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Liked the work I did, workers nice enough, weak management, had theft of parts, lacked leadership, policy and procedures.
Parts Specialist (Former Employee), Seguin, TXOctober 2, 2014
Pros: close commute, had benefits.
Cons: lack of written policy and procedure.
Hook up remote computer (worked at remote site). Review and estimate inventory needed. Online or by phone request price quotes for items to be purchased. Create Purchase Orders for multiple vendors from the quotes received. Assist mechanics by supplying parts needed. Send parts runner for parts pick up. Receive parts, check in, put into stock, resolve – more... shortages, etc. Post received items to inventory. Match packing slips to Purchase Orders, scan documents and also physically turn them into office.

I learned the importance of keeping these units road ready.

Management was nice however they lacked having written policy and procedure in place.

Co-workers were cordial. We were so busy there wasn't much conversation exchanged except work related.

Hardest part of the job was a lack of management.

Rewarding to get a unit up and running that had been down for repair. Also watching swap, shift change of drivers and 50 plus trucks w/tankers lined up for pre-work inspection. – less
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still active with gold spur
driver (Current Employee), kingsbury txMarch 6, 2014
Pros: nothing
Cons: payrate, abuse of driver, equipment, managment
stay away, payrate change to 45 cpm n 25 each stop, leases r no more than 30 miles apart, so there is no miles n they dont pay for waiting time. equipment is bad, the have some new petes but only use by seniority drivers. stay away, ohh btw the yard is located 45 miles east of san antonio. n they cancel 30 bucks a day perdiem. no company is perfect – more... but in this one r a bunch of liars running the show. – less
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Swearing??
Professional Driver (Former Employee), Vernal, UTFebruary 6, 2013
I have driven for a few companies now and have had a myriad of experiences. Not one place is perfect, of course, however this company's OTR division is the most unprofessional and keep-you-in-the-dark division I've come across. On multiple occasions the dispatcher swore at me via text and over the phone. No miles and they don't pay what they tell you – more... they would. Very hostile work environment and they leave you weekends without any idea (no matter your attempts at communication) of what the next load would be or where you were to stay for that weekend. Absolutely Horrible Employer. – less
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Mgr Toni (Former Employee), Minot, NDAugust 8, 2012
Pros: money
Cons: long drive to work
Average day was long and very cold. Learned to keep warm. Managment hard for them to manage so many. Enjoyed my co-workers. Hardest part long drive to and from work. Best part was the money.
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Drivers are good bunch
Tank driver (Former Employee), Seguin, TXApril 16, 2012
Pros: jobs fun
Cons: equipment is terrible. barely safe.
Trainers are inexperienced, tend to do things to intentionaly put you in a bind.

May 15, 2013

The trainers do stuff on purpose to put you in a bind so that you can learn from experience. Maybe you don't look at it that way but that's why it's done.

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