It's not the place that sucks its the bosses that make it suck
Order Picker (Former Employee) – Elwood, IL – December 3, 2016
If u want a job don't go to schneider its the worst place u can work in. The bosses treat u like real bad , they don't know how to talk to people, act like we three, they change the rules to suit them, and they only care about production , but when u get hurt they want to know the full details then. They act like they care about safety but they don't. If u get a job at schneider god help u
Managers, leads, supervisors sucks not all but most
Good organization to work for. Many opportunities with different lines of work across the US.
OTR truck driver (Current Employee) – Green Bay, WI – December 3, 2016
Spent 13 years as a dedicated driver for Schneider National. Steady miles and steady pay. The people in office work and the mechanics are professional and always ready to help with any issue that arises so you have peace of mind while out on the road.
quarterly bonus, steady miles, home time when you need it.
Temporary Assignment (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – November 30, 2016
Well got hired on in inter-modal division was told that drivers tend to not come back to work. After doing 12 hour days and running my clock out constantly. I found that between Rail, Traffic, Live Loads, and filling Day cab drivers deliveries I was running errands instead of regional miles. Schneider does the bait and switch your told this and that but when the rubber meets the road you are left with a flat tire.
No discipline, dispatch department needs to be monitor and or manager better. My overall rating would be 3 stars because of how the drivers are being treated, they are not being respect as real people. My sister called me while on the road because our mother had an emergency hospital visit and my manager asked me why I need to visit my mom while she was in the hospital.
Company Driver (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – November 9, 2016
Schneider is a cool place to work. They have plenty of freight so less time spent waiting for loads. DBL's are cool for the most part (a few outliers aside). The pay could be a lot better for company drivers. Equipment is well maintained.
Dedicated driver (Current Employee) – Green Bay, WI – November 9, 2016
With notice it is easy to get time off and they are real good at working with you on getting the required time off. Many different options to work for and you can change to different driving jobs within the company
Driver Associate (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 4, 2016
A typical day at work it required me to drive to different states and locations. I learned teamwork, punctuality, and hard work. The management team was good. I got along with all my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was the mental aspect, and the most enjoyable part was traveling and going to different states.
I had a chance to see different states and cities.
Tractor Trailer Driver (Former Employee) – Carlisle, PA – October 31, 2016
Was only OTR dedicated Amazon but the runs were simple, work loads were easy, and Qualcomm was a plus to use because of the user friendly interface. Help from SNI support was always available when you needed it and I never had an issue with a load ever. Communication is key that's all.
Class A CDL Driver (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – October 29, 2016
Schneider is an internationally known company that has reach into many different career fields. Compensation is fair, benefits are competitive. I would certainly suggest seeking a job opportunity at Schneider, Inc. if even to use as a stepping stool to another career. Advancement from within is highly endorsed at Schneider, but position change is also fairly frequent.
Schneider national is a great company to start out with. The higher ups really do care about the workers and will put the drivers first before anything. they also except military expreiance as road time which will make you even more on start out. they always kept me moving. the only thing i didnt like was how slow the trucks are. they except you to stay under 60 mph.