Professional Driver (Current Employee) – Marshfield, WI – November 6, 2017
Get your CDL here and finish the contract. During that time you will see the good and bad of Driving Truck Professionally and Driving for "Mega Companies". With the Gaping hole for Truck Drivers in the current economy there will be better opportunities for you after the contract is up.
"Free" Cdl, Job Securement, Experiance for future jobs.
Poorly Managed, You are a truck number, Pay advances require long trips away from home.
National Flatbed Driver Trainer (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 6, 2017
Loved the company, work was great, management was great. Plenty of miles if you want them, My fleet manager was easy to work with and was extremely well balanced. I truly hated to leave but the family wanted me home.
New trucks, electronic logs, electronic paperwork.
Professional Freight Relocation Specialist (Former Employee) – Marshfield, WI – October 1, 2017
Never work here, They fill your head with dreams of making lots of money. After your sixth month you get a .10 per mile raise which is great but they will starve you out or just plain fire you for no reason. They keep the seats warm with new recruits every Monday. BEWARE!!!!!!
OTR Flatbed driver (Former Employee) – Marshfield, WI – September 23, 2017
Be prepared to hear what you want and get the reverse results. This is a company that just wants drivers to fill the seat. Regardless it will always be the drivers fault ( why are you late/ early etc etc) managers have purposely positioned themselves to keep there hands clean of any drama. you work to make them look good and build there career, good luck in you deception.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Marshfield, WI – September 12, 2017
Roehl had a great home time benefit that helps out drivers that want to be at home more. Just the disadvantage of that is that when the wheels aren't moving, you aren't making any money. I would prefer this company to new drivers though. Their trainers put you on their level.
Driver (Former Employee) – Marshfield, WI – September 9, 2017
As my first driving job it was a nice experience. Although they would say they couldn't help you if the road you're on is a no truck zone. Also they did not inform you of having to pay for this training just out of CDL school.. NOT VERY HAPPY!!!
Flatbed Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Conley, GA – September 1, 2017
Roehl has the most honest, fair, respectful, and competent fleet managers (dispatchers) of any starter company. Trucks and even trailers are kept in safe operational condition through quality maintenance program. Miles are consistent if you wake up on time, cooperate with your fleet manager, and perform to at least average standards.
Long days driving with some stress typical of the trucking industry
Over the Road Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Marshfield, WI – August 24, 2017
Days start time varies due to the start/stop times of the previous day or when a shipment is due for pick up or delivery and also depends upon your hours of service. the rest of this can be discussed further upon request.
lots of time alone on the open road with little supervision as long as you do your job well.
A lot of time away from family and home. Info from company is incorrect.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Gary, IN – August 15, 2017
well spent 7 days training in the yard then another 3 weeks in the truck with trainer, which was good to do. after I got my truck was on my own except for the guy or girl that helped get me loads and fuel.
Not for experienced drivers unless you want an alternate schedule like 7 days out 7 at home.
OTR Driver (Former Employee) – Marshfield, WI – August 14, 2017
Way to much micro management. Very much oriented to Marshfield, WI. If you want to live in the middle of nowhere, then great. Decent company to train with, then plan to move on. Don't let management learn your name, for any reason, good or bad. It can only hurt a drive to be known by management. Someone may explain that to you as "longevity by anonymity."
Use people then toss them to the side after their pay and benifits climb
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – WI – August 9, 2017
Bad management, no loyalty to workers especially long time 10+ years workers. Too many hours asked to work free. No straight answers from Supervisors when a problem arises and no fix or care about the problem.
Indoor desk jobs
Bad management, lack of communication, lack of care for employees
Driver (Current Employee) – Marshfield, WI – August 6, 2017
Roehl is a great place for a driver without experience to learn the trade with out being forced into dangerous situations.Many companies will insist on new drivers to be part of a Team driving operation and Roehl does not do that. They work hard to truly build up the individual driver so that they can be successful in their driving career. Roehl also takes great pride in their fleet and is constanly updating the fleet so that the driving team is operating newer equipment to aid in driver comfort and less downtime.
OTR Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Marshfield, WI – August 5, 2017
Job was great family orientate company, I like the dedicated route I was on but they weren't consistent with there routes. Mangament was great at first, the hardest part about the job was really nothing all I was doing was driving I guess I could say the hardest part was the GPS system but I managed