You'd figure with as many years in the business they'd have it together, but they are lacking.
If you're looking to work here as a student driver, to get your cdl, my advice don't. While you're in training you won't get paid for the routes you go out on, and you're on routes more often then not. Some how every Friday they are late loading the trucks. You don't even get to clock in till they are done either so you sit around waiting anywhere from 30 to 90+ minutes. Your route can change without any prior notice, and multiple times in less then 24 hours. Your typical route is 12 to 15 hours long, and if you run out of time you have to lay over. Trainers are more concerned with personal phone calls then doing any actual training or keeping track of it. Some of the drivers are completely nuts and drive aggressively. Trainers smoke in the trucks even though it's against company policy... Great example of what not to be.
In short, I've been there a short time and already want out, I could care less about the sign on bonus I'd get after 2 years.
Over work under paid, management doesn't care, 12 to 15 hour days, insane trainers, dirty trucks, poor training, lack of communication, poor routing, only 5 days of vacation a year