Well, THIS isnt true. They have orientation centers here and there, Rockford, IL used to be one, but they just have a safety and billing department there, and a lot of people "work from home" in various parts of the country. The old office manager of the MIN agency (in So St Paul, MN) retired, moved to Arizona, and is working for Landstar in some capacity from there. So it IS possible they have some people outside the US, but the Landstar brokers are like their drivers, they are independent contractors not employed by the company.
That may be true, but what I am saying is that the only employees Landstar has are corporate level employees. They are all program administrators, like hazmat, compliance, accounting, etc. A HUGE part of people's issues with the place is that they don't understand what Landstar is, and what it isn't. When you understand that every load is a totally separate business to business transaction and go from there, it is much easier to handle.