Driver (Former Employee) – Cherokee, OK – March 7, 2014
worked long hours that i liked. But you where just a number to be used at anytime regardless if you just got in from a 20 hour job they would bully you to go back out. I learned alot because im intuitive, i like to ask alot of questions and do things ie im not lazy. Co-workers where great got along with everyone hardest part of job was leaving all my new friends.
Driver and supervisor (Former Employee) – Alvarado, TX – November 2, 2016
It was a great place to work, we hauled water for the natural gas wells in the dfw area. We hauled off water from Chesapeake loacations to disposal sites Management was great, cow-wotkers were great pay was excellent. I cant speak for the other yards but as for this one it was a good company over all. In the end we got under bid for the work with Chesapeake and lost all of our jobs to 3 star daylighting and big star i believe.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Hobbs, NM – September 1, 2016
Terrible management! Terminal manager is not qualified and very hostile. Cannot keep drivers at all as extreme favoritism is shown to certain employee's. Manager blocks repairs on the trucks and sends out drivers with trucks with known DOT violations. HR does not back employee's at all. Safety regulations are not followed at all and if you object you will be fired.
Stay away from here, all you will get is a low paying job with corrupt managers. Management pressuring drivers to take risks to make revenue. The average driver only works one or two days a week. No holiday pay
poor management, to much favortism from management and dispatch. lucky to get 20 hours a week.
truck driver cdl driver, Class A (Former Employee) – Greensboro, Pa / Wheeling, Wv – December 31, 2015
Its a game to pay you 26.00 an hour to haul acid - just to draw your attention to work there. Then after hired they put you in straight trucks hauling, mud and brine etc at 21.00 an hour. They don't split loads up with people fairly they pick who does what loads because they can and don't care if your family is doing well and have dinner on the table or not. Not organized, poor mechanics, only have 2 and they are in Waynesburg, Oh and good luck getting it fixed when your truck breaks down. Don't believe when they say we have lots of work and lots of acid coming. They don't have! Not dependable income, Treated unfair and very unprofessional. Go some where where you can have a future. As of December they took all the drivers Holliday pay so no pay for Christmas. First sign of going in the hole and out of business. No Future, No Respect, No good money cause they don't work you like you need to be working.....Happy New Year all!
Decent straight trucks, semi's and trailors are junk
Unorganized, no communication. Unfair and don"t care
Driver/dispatch (Former Employee) – Brockway, PA – December 6, 2015
Good equipment. Good pay. BUT!!!!!!! They are like wacky a mole pop up in a small town hire 40 people then close there doors without notice. Promised a career and got a season winter at that. And management didn't even have the balls to let there employees know they had an hr lady that nobody knew call. Pathetic
Management is terrible, could care less about employees. I would give 0 stars if I could. Wouldn't recommend this company to anyone. the only good thing about qc is the benefits. But overall would not recommend this company to anyone
EH&S Field Coordinator (Former Employee) – Williamsport, PA – July 4, 2013
I found QC to be better than average. The benefits and retirement are competitive and the overall work atmosphere is better than most.
In my own experience I was allowed to run my shift the way I wanted to. I was able to create a team made up of employees of various subcontractors who shared the common goals of delivering excellent customer service by doing the job right every time.
I would recommend QC to anyone seeking a long term career in the transportation sector.
Unstable work environment with no communication present.
Terminal Support Coordinator (Former Employee) – Towanda, PA – March 14, 2013
I never had a typical day at work. Some days I was busy beyond belief and the next we would have no work to do. I was always based on how many trucks we had out working for us at a given time. I learned in my time there, you cannot wait around to have something you need done, done. You need to go for it and make things happen. My co-workers in my terminal were amazing. We answered to management at our Williamsport, PA terminal because we were only considered a satellite location. Management was horrible with communication and recognition. The hardest part of my job occurred when work was slow. I am not one to sit with nothing to do, as I need to stay busy to be happy. The most rewarding part of my job was seeing how happy the drivers were with how my secretary and I handled problems, and seeing the revenue our small little terminal produced.