Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – October 2, 2017
Good company to work for in some terminals they need to get there ducks in a row and stop flying by the set of there pants. The corporate office in GA is very helpful with there drivers and they care about them as well.
Heavy Haul Customer Service Manager (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – September 7, 2017
Begin daily at 7:30 with staff meeting, other meetings throughout the day. On a average of 850 emails a day, with questions and assistance with internal and external customers. Numerous phone calls, with 6 line phone call and cell calls. Day ends at 6pm
Administrative Intern (Former Employee) – Elkhart, IN – August 22, 2017
In this job I was and intern for a manager so I would print papers, put together packets, logged in orders for motor homes, and assisted drivers that would need my help. I learned to be very thorough with the paperwork I out together and learned better computer skills. This job helped me with knowing how an office setting was like and how to make sure my manager had everything they asked for. The hardest part for me was everydays task was usually the same and the best part was being able to better my computer skills.
Independent Contractor (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – February 15, 2017
Freight is cheap. By the time they take their cut your left with no meat on the bone. I hate to leave. They have been a good company for a long time but I guess things change. Love the people but you can't pay the bills with kindness
The bennett employees are awesome
Freight rates and freight in general. Well lack of.
PILOT CAR DRIVER (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – November 2, 2015
Great to work for, family owned company and family comes first no matter what with them. It was an honor to work for them. They paid for all my food while I was working and all my hotels. The money was great and the people that work there were very friendly.
Transporter (Former Employee) – usa – June 29, 2015
Bennett is a transporter of buses, trucks from point A to delivery at point B. The job pay is based on the amount of miles you go.
Your consider a contractor and are paid up front half and on delivery the rest. Out of the up front fee you have to cover your own transportation to point A, then all expanses Ie such as fuel over night lodging, that why most of the time to save money i slept in the bus or truck.
There easy managers, your not force dispatch. It was a good way to see the country and be paid for it.
Most of the time you have to move equipment both ways to making a good living. But most of the time it was one way only, and the expanses cut into your $$$$$ earnings for the trip.
The job was 100% on your own, with managers being there.
on your own.....good way to see the country
all the expanses are yours out of the up front money they give you based on the miles.
helper (Former Employee) – balch springs, texas – February 10, 2015
I was able to work with my hands working on trucks and trailers in a positive atmosphere. I learned how to get along with people, take orders and do the work correctly. At the end of the day knowing I had completed a good job.