Driver (Former Employee) – Sheridan, WY – January 10, 2018
Worked here for 6 months, they fired a very capable manager because she ran an efficient operation. They interviewed me to replace her and made it known that they expected less efficiency then the last manager, oh and offered half the salary.
Van Driver (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – December 12, 2017
Terriblecompany to work for have no loyalty to long term drivers with no incidents looking to always fire someone can’t keep good drivers. Has a very hi turnover rate. Drivers are quitting faster then they can hire them
Revenue Analyst (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – December 11, 2017
The job descriptions are misleading. The interview is misleading. The pay is depressing. Their main software was written by a high school student and is very user unfriendly with numerous errors. They expect more and more from you without compensation. They force you to sit in meetings telling how great they are doing while you are wondering how you can pay your rent because they certainly don't share the profits. The raises they take such pride in consists of .10¢ per hour each year. They will dangle a carrot in front of you just to make an excuse and pull it away. There is no integrity in their policies. A lot of smart and good people treated like peons. I would only recommend this place as a last resort.
Revenue Specialist (Former Employee) – Evansville, IN – November 27, 2017
This place is so unorganized and most days you will have to work over to cover someone else. People quit left and right, so with the high turnover rate and being short staffed, it was awful. I haven't had a day off since June and I finally quit at the end of October. They punish their good workers. We are promised 4 raises within the 1st year of employment (it's in our contract we signed when we were hired on. I still have mine!) And they have not given a raise in over 3 years. Ridiculous. Lies after lies after lies to try to keep people. And that's why they leave. Do NOT get tangled up with this place and the awful management!
Unorganized, no raises, low wages, awful management, rude employees, short staff, very high turnover rate
Transport Driver (Current Employee) – Great Falls, MT – November 14, 2017
great way to start. Wanted employment that would allow me to grow with the company without high levels of stress and back breaking work. Wanted a place to belong and it seems that PTI can do that for me.
They wouldn't tell me the pay rate until after I went through orientation and "training", there was a reason for that. I literally could not afford to work for this company, that's how low the pay is. I didn't bother going back.
Driver (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – July 29, 2017
We deliver vans to over 150 offices across the US. Since working for PTI I have traveled to over 44 states and visited Mt Rushmore, Grand Canyon, Niagara Falls and many other wonderful places. I would now like to be able to be home most nights.
Was fired almost killed in a equipment failure accident
driver (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – July 18, 2017
fired after I was in a wreck this past jan 2017 got fired then they stuck me with the ticket lost pay asked to replace vehicle b4 wreak they said no I had to go get the ticket handled on my own hours cut then they lied to LNI about what happened I was off work 2wks should have gotten back pay it was the worse the pay is ok if you work the job is exciting you travel get paid good doing it you learn aout the railroad fun always an adventure the management is horrible
over the road driver (Former Employee) – Shreveport, LA – May 26, 2017
Getting to meet different people and their cultures especially the weather climate is amazing.....Going different places everyday was exciting to me...And the kcs crews were amazing...They actually took care of you while on the journey to their destinations. I miss all of that
Going to different places
Sometimes gps didn't work got lost if crews were asleep
Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – May 19, 2017
Most unprofessional people ever. They shouldn't be able to use the word professional in the name. Dangerous work vehicles. Don't have a clue management. Not a great place to work if you have a family. They short your pay checks and take forever to correct the issue,if they correct it at all. Run far far away from this place.
Driver (Current Employee) – Everett, WA – May 16, 2017
All of these stories about the unprofessional malcontents at PTI are just stories... but they become hard facts and reality when you work for them. It is worse than having to sit through a grade - B horror flick. The deceit is subtle. Lots of promises, all lies. You return to the status of kindergarden student when you are an employee, and management plays the role of the schoolmarm from heck. They attempt to control you by instilling fear so that you will not think independently. If you have a clear conscience and a healthy self respect, they will try to destroy you until finally you just can't take it anymore and quit. It actually feels great to curse them, expunge all of the leftover paperwork and ID card from your life, and let time clean and heal that scummy feeling from your mind and body. It is really that bad.