Driver (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – February 28, 2017
Dispatch has no idea of what it's like on the road . Home time didn't matter their home every night Pay is not that great . Pick up loads at shipper you might be there 4hours and they expect driver to make appointments.10 to 11 hours driving
Safety Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Wayne, MI – December 16, 2016
Safety Support Specialist Strong understanding and commitment to FMCSA, CSA 2010 & DOT Regulations Maintained Driver Electronic Logs Provided operation and safety training Monitor current log violations and work toward resolutions Ensured drivers compliance DOT regulations regarding hours of service Proficient Microsoft Office software
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Wayme – October 23, 2016
I am willing to give 100% of my ability to my job, to make sure I get the job done right. I am the type of person who will show up to work on time, to make sure everything is in order and safe. I like to have clear communication with my management team and co-workers. I like to manage my time correctly, so I can stay ahead of schedule.
Operation Coordinator (Current Employee) – Wayne, MI – July 8, 2016
The company office is so disorganized. Company is understaffed and inconsistent and management is inconsiderate in my opinion. Pay is decent ....environment is very relaxed. I don't see too many opportunities for growth. Just an OK place to work.
Diesel Technician (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – March 29, 2016
a typical work day was ok I my book. I learned a lot under the foreman I started with. management doesn't have your back they will throw you under the bus, and also with firer you over another companies word.co-workers were cool, but a lot of arguments. the hardest part of the job was no training. at first it was a fun place to work then it went down hill from that point on
managment, fighting with co-workers, back stabbing from managment and co-workers
Owner operator (Former Employee) – Hopkinsville, KY - Kansas City, MO – March 10, 2016
Leased 3 trucks to Rush for dedicated automotive route. Would show up at plant only to find out the loads were cancelled that day. This was a repetitive problem. Poor dispatch. "Forget" to pay for certain days or trips. Get to drop and hook point on Friday night and have no trailer to return with until Sunday night or Monday morning. High turnover company. Very poor pay. I had my routes at 1.05 per mile plus a sub-standard industry fuel surcharge. Was underbid at .86 cents per mile.
TRUCK DRIVER (Former Employee) – Wayne, MI – February 12, 2016
Work till job is done usually 6 hrs pay 180.00 Per day even if you worked 3 hrs loved this job worked 6 day a week at an average of 36b hrs plus 50 dpllars per stop which was 4 stops a day do the math .Mo money mo money
Driver Trainee (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 14, 2015
Not a bad company if your an experienced driver have yet to find a trucking company that offers what Rush does. First they don't pay for orientation even though they said they do. They hold your first three pay checks so on the fourth week you'll receive your first check. The recruiter will tell you a position is open when you don't actually know till you get there.
As a trainee straight out of trucking school the management expects a lot from a new guy pretty hostile towards you throughout the process. Wouldn't recommend brand new people to attempt their training program. The trainers at least at the location I was at basically don't give real instructions basically either you know or you don't know is the way they explain it and blame and bash the trucking school you attend. The most horrible experience I've ever had at any job
Driver (Former Employee) – Washington Park, IL – October 1, 2015
Promised 5 days a week..barely got 3. Paychecks constantly messed up. No set schedule. Manager calls randomly to ask if you could work that day. No training aside from orientation in Kansas City. Slow nasty trucks...I could go on for days of everything wrong with this company.