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Pay is horrible
Driver (Former Employee), Hesperia caApril 23, 2014
Pros: nothing
Cons: no money poor pay per mile should be per load
Truck drivers that want to make money are not going to make it hear you will start around 800 a week working 5 10 to 14 hour days as a truck driver you should be compensated for your work until they offer better pay they will have hard time getting drivers that's what you get when your ad is up all the time year round
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over worked
Truck driver (Former Employee), Adelanto, CAFebruary 9, 2014
management takes no care in dealing with employees and not doing job to make sure safety is number one priority
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Always on the road
Truck Driver Class (Former Employee), Adelanto, CAJuly 22, 2013
Pros: job security
Cons: very stressful job
Very challenging job, always starting at different hours, it is a non-stop job, always on the go
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productive workplace family orientated
Dispatcher (Former Employee), Adelanto, CAJanuary 9, 2013
a typical day working at apex is simple you go in to work you do your task or job title duties around friendly,and caring supervisor, managers, and coworkers. you learn something new every day about the job and the people who work around you. the atmosphere at the work place is probably the most enjoyable part of the job.
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Too many hours for the pay
Truck Driver (Former Employee), North Las Vegas, NVDecember 12, 2012
Typically a 14 hour day, no "overtime" pay so you average $12-$16 an hour with no home life during the week.
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I loved dispatching truck drivers
Dispatcher (Former Employee), Adelanto, CAJuly 9, 2012
i went to work at the 2:30 pm and left at 10:30 pm. i learned how to use the as 400 system and learned what dispatching is all about.