Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 22, 2017
Never drove a big rig good place to learn how as long as you listen to the instructors. They will teach you how. Think the classes are a little to big but overall good place to learn how to drive truck and get your cdl
The course is fast paced, really meant for people with a natural sense of trucking. But if your dedicated you can learn the basics. Instructors need to be on one accord, but overall you can pass if you apply your self. Pay could be better but you do crawl then walk. I'm over satified.
student (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 16, 2017
Place is nice. most of the people are nice. Wish they had a fund for people that came here with no money to eat. For example if the company drivers donated $5 a month to help there fellow new drivers, that would be great!
Phase 1training (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 16, 2017
C r England salt lake facility Is great place to learn. A better way to get your cdls with more knowledge n experience! From the class room all the way to the road Instructor n backing it hands on experience n fast learning
Decent place to work , work out room and arcade in lunch room .
Class A CDL Driver (Former Employee) – Colton, CA – March 14, 2017
Working for cr England was actually a great experience for me and I hope I'll be able to jump back on the wagon . Trainers are a bit grouchy when you need some help but who wouldn't be when you aren't getting ur full 8
Great place to start driving, and become a driver trainer.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Reno, NV – March 13, 2017
I worked on a Walmart dedicated dry/refrigerated fleet. I started my day at the Walmart DC picking up my load, continuing on to make several delivery stops to Walmart stores in Nevada, California, and Oregon. Occasionally there were loads that were picked up from vendors on behalf of our customer after the initial delivery route had been completed. Driver Managers, office staff, and fellow drivers consider each other family, and work closely together to get the best results for the customers. The hardest part of the job is dealing with being away from family and working long hours, but that is tied to the trucking industry in general. The most enjoyable part of the job for me was the feeling after making all my deliveries safely and on time, and having a safe and reliable place to stop for the night in my truck. You get what you put in, if you work hard and do your job to the best of your ability anybody can be successful with C.R. England.
Steady work, Good pay, Safe docks at Walmart stores.
Away from family for a week or longer at a time, long hours.
Professinal Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 13, 2017
I have to say they're more upscale in comparison to other companies. However, their driving program is accelerated; do not do it if you have a second thought. You will lose your money and potentially hurt yourself.
However, it is a matter of them finding the right mentor after trucking school.
Facilities, equipment, loads/work
Student driver program, time to transition from student to professional driver, safety program
Driver Manager/Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – March 12, 2017
I learned a lot and worked my way up from the shop to management. The pay was good. Being salary you were required to work seven days a week leaving little time for family. Family is important to me. I prefer a healthy work life/home life balance.
Salary, forces to work 7 days a week, over 65 hours a week, little time for family