Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Burns Harbor, IN – November 26, 2013
only care about freight not the drivers if your a student then thay tried to push you to become an ic when you graduate thay push you to have a student on your truck so freight can be delivered at a cheeper cost
easy to get started driving not like alliance tractor trl training
Truck Driver (OTR) (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 22, 2017
I went through their CDL training program and that was not too bad. what came afterwords is another story. I will admit that i fell for their trap of lease purchase and training since it was the only way to make money. if you didn't lease purchase and you didn't train you didn't make money.
Service Writer and helped drivers (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 21, 2017
Really nice managment. Working as Service Writer was very stressful but everyone working the shift workes very well with each other and that is because we were trained as team and worked as such. it was really great.
Recruiter (Current Employee) – West Valley City, UT – June 20, 2017
Working for this company they are about their customers enjoyed working for them. Managers always have fun little game that they play with the employees to motivate the employee. Everyone here are friendly and helpful when you need the help
OTR Driver (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City Utah – June 19, 2017
C.R. England promises a lot. The told me that the would do all they can to get me home to my family every three to four weeks. It was three months and two days before I saw my wife and children again. The Management was unconcerned that I had not seen my family in so long. The company has no culture. The hardest part of the job was Having to train to make a decent pay check. Having to let a green no experience drive drive your truck as you slept or tried to sleep. Worsted six months sleep of my 43 years. The most enjoyable part of the job is the sudden views you see coming across the country. Gorgeous...
I was able to be an owner operator and determine my own money
Having to train to make enough to make it worth while
Phase 1, Phase 2, and Solo driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 8, 2017
I took this position with a lot promised and unfortunately they were not able to follow through. The average pay they promise was not even close. the miles they promise was not close and the times they say to get through training was also not consistent. You will learn a lot and the experience is awesome as far as learning to drive the trucks but at the expense of financially going to the poor house. If you have a family or wife stay away this will be very rough on the both of you both mentally and physically.
Truck Driver Class A OTR (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 6, 2017
They take money out of your check for everything. I bought stuff for there equipment with there check and it came out of my pay check.. The pay is to low and they think you should never have a break. Drove like crazy and the pay was cheap
Team Driver (OTR) (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – June 6, 2017
Not a company I care to work for again. Driving 11 hrs./day is a standard work day. When you're not driving, you're trying to sleep in a noisy, bouncing sleeper. Learned the basics of driving a semi but not enough training to back into loading docks. Management was ok. Hardest part of the job was not getting enough sleep and worrying about the other team driver having an accident.