Driver (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – June 21, 2017
The last two years I had a dedicated route from Albany, OR to Nampa, ID. Got along great with my dispatcher. The hardest part was when they would close the passes I had to drive during the winter. I enjoyed this dedicate route because I was able to be home with my family more.
Service Team Leader (Former Employee) – Gordonsville, VA – June 20, 2017
Worked for the Walmart dedicated account and it was a meat grinder. Long nights and early mornings and midnight phone calls. You stayed busy so the day went by fast just seemed like the days never ended.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – June 20, 2017
Great place to work. Management has favorites who are allowed to get a way with so much. I learned a lot about the transportation industry. Third shift is a great place to start and learn the job however you get stuck on third shift due to never ending job freezes.
Commercial Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – June 19, 2017
I had an amazing Driver Manager that had been with the company for over 20 years. She did everything she could to take care of me. No pressure from management if you had to deal with issues on the road. Just keep them informed and they work with you. You are in control of your truck and day as long as the load gets there when it is supposed to.
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – McCalla, AL – June 15, 2017
To Much Driving for not enough pay.
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Truck Driver CDL A (Former Employee) – West Memphis, AR – June 14, 2017
the only thing I disliked about this company was when they changed my dispatcher, from a good one to a really bad one. I still got good loads but the new dispatcher was off the hinges. I really had good experience with this company and would love to return
Driver (Current Employee) – Green Bay, WI – June 13, 2017
the company would be better if the recruiters gave accurate information. I was told I was only going to be in trining for 5 days and to pack light. after my training I was dispatched to my assignment to work for 3 weeks without having the neccesities for my truck.
Regional Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 12, 2017
This company has nice trucks and if your a careful driver and have no accidents they will up grade your truck to either a brand new one or one year less than the current year. Great place to get experience
I was honored to have been hired by this company, but after working there for several weeks I noticed that my supervisor was not presenting herself in a professional manner by talking badly to coworkers about other employees in an immature way. Someone with her title should have behaved a bit more adult-like and not like she was in high school.
Driver (Former Employee) – Front Royal, VA – June 5, 2017
I had a amazing experience working for them and I learned a lot about being an aware and safe driver of the many obstacles truck drivers face every day. They taught me that I wasn't a just a truck driver, I was an trailer driver.
Solo Over The Road Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX 75241 – June 5, 2017
Schneider is one of the big 4 trucking companies in North America. They are the ones with the orange trailers. Their equipment is ok if you get a newer truck, but their trailers especially if you are pulling a Hyundai Translead trailer are top notch. They are so light, its like pulling nothing behind you unless you are loaded. They are mostly an OTR trucking company. I applied and did a "regional" gig with them. They told me that they would run me in an 800 mile radius around the Dallas OC but several times they routed me like an OTR driver. The recruiter lied to me about the "regional" gig. I was OTR the whole time I was there. Oh well, WHEN they get you home, they usually have a load when you are ready to go home. For me that was a Unilever load from Jefferson city MO to Wilmer tx then after that I would bobtail back to the Dallas OC, which was 7 miles away for my hometime.
Regional Van Driver (Former Employee) – Tunkhannock, PA 18657 – June 4, 2017
not enough time at home 7am start pick up or deliver load assigned .use e-logs stay at truck stop overnight .finding locations.going new places. More to driving a truck than I had anticipated. Did not like being on road so much
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – June 4, 2017
Great training and professionalism with management and good morale among co-workers. Good benefits and fairly healthy work/life balance. Good and up to date tech and mechanical equipment. Pay rate was good but could have been more.