company lease program needs to be changed and camera in side truck make some driver uncomfortable it is a violation of privacy they say they care about driver But what i seen they do not care about nothing except themselves
If you work for Bay and Bay dont plan to stay for long. Either the workload will get you, the fact you have to work from home most nights, or the lack of communication will. If you are going to work for this company do so as a driver
Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Rosemount, MN – January 30, 2017
company at the high level, friendly people, providing work, family atmosphere as with the right equipment/ new trl/ truck service and road service a big help when help is needed on the road in a different state
awards for accident-free and safe driving/bonus, gift cards/
an appreciation week/free breakfast, lunch and dinner/
Director of Logistics Operations (Current Employee) – Eagan, MN – March 17, 2016
When I started at the company a few years ago, we had less than 10 people in our logistics division. Today we've got around 70. We keep growing, adding customers, adding people, improving process. If you like working in an office full of people who enjoy what they're doing and who have fun thrilling Customers while working as a team, this is an awesome place to be.
Vehicle Check For Mechanical Safety, Apptopriate Procedures For Transporting goods,Fleet Manager Dispatch,Work W/Coworker And Customer On A Professional Level,Checking And Cleaning some Trl. Del And Geting Started Again.
If you want to make $400 a week . They will play you and your time . I will never recommended this company to any one . New Cdl driver to get your experience maybe you work for them one month and join other company or find local delivery jobs likes MacLaine , coke or Pepsi
Driver (Current Employee) – Rosemount Mn – March 8, 2015
I was a CDL Class A driver for Bay and Bay during 2014 and 2015....the managers at this company use accounting fraud tricks to rob drivers so that all of the drivers are paid 25 cents per mile. They use a driver accounting system that they call "P3" - P3 is nothing but a negative-balance escrow accounting system where they keep your driver pay account in a negative-balance state so that your net paycheck is kept below $300 / week . The trick they use is to never give you more than 1,800 miles a week - then at the end of the week they tell you "Oh - gee, you should have driven at least 2,800 miles this week - but you didn't !! - so we're going to have to keep your driver balance account NEGATIVE - therefore we can only pay you 25 cents per mile, ie, $400 / week.........they do this to ALL the drivers - especially the lease-purchase drivers. Their trailers break down every week - when the trailers break-down they don't have any spare trailers for you, so you're stuck for days waiting at truck stops until the find you a trailer ! - ........IT'S A TRULY SICK COMPANY FOR DRIVERS - DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME BAY AND BAY........you wind up leaving simply because you can't afford to make $300-$400 / week......FIND YOURRSELF A MUCH BETTER TRUCKING COMPANY!!!
the only pro for this company is if you never waste your time here....
Drivers make $300-$400 / week because they keep your account negative
The owner of this company gave to much power to his employees whout any reguard to his most valuable assetshis drivers
Professional Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Rosemount, MN – May 2, 2014
As usual; like most trucking companies,this one started out nice.But i have learned that the people that work at these trucking companies,(the driver mangers) can make life good for those they favor or know,And very bad for others.management or professional,attitude was not adhered to, or taught t.here .A more circus like ,or If you don"t like it you can leave attitude existed,abundantly. The more desirable drive to locations were given to friends and relatives, They talked to their drivers like they were children. Not all were bad just a few.Its a very good comp[any to work for, if you're of Caucasian descent.
pizza for everyone during orentation, plus room and board
sales (Former Employee) – Rosemount, MN – April 8, 2014
Titles play a major role in daily operations. The belief is that if you have a title, you are all knowing and are masters of any job, and are therefore much more qualified to understand job specifics than the people that have actually functioned in that role for years. Watch your back. Management has become so good at lying to your face that they don't even flinch anymore.