Pros: dispatchers great, pay was good when it was correct.
Cons: pay was wrong, managers are horrible and never there, you are micromanaged, broken promises. be advised.
Worst company I have ever worked for. Trucks are all junk. My first assigned truck I put in the shop was taken to another terminal and I never did get it back after I wrote it up to get fixed. The loaner I was in at the time was full of cockroaches in the beds and the A/C didn't work. I turned it in to be fixed and the next loaner leaked oil terribly, but was forced to drive it because all they had were day cabs after it if I wanted to make any money. Sure you're assigned a truck but they don't tell you it'll be in the shop the next day, and you are the last on the totem pole to get a newer truck. I turned in receipts for various things I needed on the job and never was reimbursed after countless attempts. Paychecks were never right, and when I tried to call to get them fixed the manager was always out that day. I eventually lost count and gave up ever getting what was owed to me. To top it all off, Martin's driver manual states, that their drivers do not need a union because their job is secure and basically Martin takes care of their employees. If they had a union I would still have a job today. I was let go because STUSCO changed their requirements on the amount of experience you had to have to haul oil for them. When I asked my manager for a letter of recommendation so I could get another job, he said he simply didn't know if he could do that. I didn't get so much as an apology after I was told I couldn't work for them any more. If you are looking for a place to make money hauling oil, look elsewhere, there are plenty of companies that will hire that have better equipment. I also found out after working there that Martin pays the driver the least of all of their competitors. Open door policy doesn't apply if no one is on the other side of the door to talk to. Hope this helps the next driver. Would give no stars if possible.