driver (Current Employee), west Memphis ar – April 28, 2013
Why is everyone complaining about not home enough i was in the army for 10 yrs i was hardly ever in the country due to deployments you know what your getting in to when u area professional truck driver home time is nice but being in the same country as your family is awesome your family should understand and support you on your career stop crying it – more... takes sacrifice to earn a living and take care of your family i love driving i did it in army now i am doing it civilian you get out of it what u put in to it – less
Team Leader (Former Employee), Port Wentworth, Georgia – April 18, 2013
Pros: no pros
Cons: unprofessional/racial discrimination
The Georgia locations are horrible. Managment is blantantly rude, and discrimination is horrible. The benefits are horrible, and the management team shows favortism towards a certain race of people. How do you allow your black employess to come in and work as temps, but hire the white employess on full-time permanent. There will be a class action lawsuit – more... against this company, because there is no way this is right. I along with many other black employees worked as temps for months and some years, and whites were hired on right away. To make things worst the whites do not have any logistics experience. One lady came in as a permanent employee and she had only bartender experience. I on the other hand worked in logistics all of my adult life and had to work a year without any benefits, and for two years received a .37 cent increase. I had major accounts and was really good and what I did, but because of my race I was not compensated in anyway. If you notice this company is always hiring, because the good employees are not able to take the unprofessionalism that this company creates in a daily enviroment. I hope and pray the Green Bay Headquarters for this company do something fast, because what the Port Wentworth location is doing will cause them to be sued!!! Discrimination is against the law, and there is enough information about this company to start the ball rolling in a class action lawsuit. – less
Former dedicated driver (Former Employee), Aurora Colorado – April 11, 2013
Pros: very nice and respectful management
Cons: no cons what so ever
I have nothing bad to say about Schneider I worked for them for about 8 years and they were great unlike knight transport Schneider knows how to run a transportation company in every way they do things by the book no cutting corners or breaking d.o.t laws like some company's in courage and sometimes demand you to do it don't know how they stay in business. – more... Thank you for the great 8 years you employed me will never forget it. – less
Driver (Current Employee), chicago,IL – April 11, 2013
They require you to work your whole 12 hour shifts, and get mad if you need off for a family emergency or for any reason. The trucks are horrible, and the mechanics barely fixing anything that is wrong with them. The dispachers are jerks and they do not care about you as a driver. I would not recommend working here.
This was a very busy and customer service driven position
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Green Bay, WI – April 4, 2013
I worked a four day on, two day off, 10 hrs a shift position, evenings. As a CSR, we utilized up to 6 programs at a time to perform in the role of assisting the drivers and clients for on-time delivery.