Middle management is aloof, they sit on conference calls with senior management for hours on end, unable, and unwilling to assist with driver issues or needs.
The company will hire any driver with a heartbeat and a CDL and it is your job to make them suitable to run their own business.
Charts, graphs and other meaningless utilization figures are thrown at you at a rapid pace from upper management, the majority of which have never ran a truck or even dispatched one, so they have no reference of what someone should do, just what they have been told by their superior is the right 'numbers to hit'.
The entire company goes through sporadic 'culture changes' and after 2 weeks they go away.
I've heard of Fleet Managers making $50k a year, I'm not there and I've been here for over 4 years.
They do not care about a home life. work life balance. Stay until the job is done.