When I was first contacted by the recruiting department, I had my doubts and for good reason. Recruiter lied! Comes with the territory right, wrong. We do not have to keep doing this to other drivers, we do not have to accept it, you promise it, you should deliver it.
It's forced dispatch.
Anything west of Laredo and Dallas, 5 to 6 weeks before home time.
Dedicated goes to seniority, unless you out perform them if you can manage to get on.
Medical is over 125 a week, unless your single.
They do not care if your sick as long as job gets done and would rather to give you days off in the truck instead of send you home to get better.
At first they do make it seem like a good company spending that money to get you to orientation but it's most defiantly not training.
After orientation, they throw you to the wolf's. Set you up for failure but they do give you a list of driver trainers to call when you realize that they didn't show you how to do that in orientation but did talk about it or mention it, briefly.
I am disappointed in the company. I expected better not more BS.
The welcome is awesome
They rush you through orientation without proper training. Not enough home time. Forced dispatch.