Driver/Driver Trainer (Current Employee) – Erlanger, KY – January 1, 2018
A day consists of about 10 to 12 hours of you like it or not. Management isn't really that fair, more friends and family. It started out to be a nice place to work but they started hiring to many friends and family. The hardest part about the job is trying to move up in the company, that's why I moved to northern Kentucky. I used to enjoy driving but to many rules and regulations.
Worker (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – December 28, 2017
Its a place to be because you dont find the job too stressful and the managers there are so lovely, welcoming and understanding . They take there time to teach you more about what is needed to be learnt and they are great people.
I feel it is Averitt is a great company. I started in a bad time of the year so there was very little freight. I wasn't happy with the equipment though. My truck stayed broke down more than on the road
DOCK STOCKER (Current Employee) – Lawrenceville, GA – December 13, 2017
Averitt is a great company to work for and pays well. They treat their employees like family. I would recommend anyone to join there team. I currently part time but there is room for advancement which Im looking forward to in the near future.
Starting pay is good
As a part time employ your not qualified for vacation or holidays
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Marietta, GA – November 29, 2017
Clock in and receive delivery schedule, load any necessary equipment need for the days deliveries Hook up tractor trailer and inspect to insure the rig is mechanically in good working order and that there are no safety issues Enjoyed meeting and servicing many customers and keeping them happy with professional service No hardest part of this job for me I love this type of work and atmosphere and am very comfortable doing it
Loader (Current Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – November 25, 2017
As a long time employee, the workplace culture is very stressful at times.The hardest part of the job is trying to please someone in upper management.Who spends more time trying to find fault in what we do then making the workplace enjoyable.