Fleet Manager (Current Employee) – Tunnel Hill, GA – June 26, 2017
They let the drivers abuse you and do nothing about it. It's a horrible job that requires medication just to cope with day to day. Nothing matters but if the drivers are happy even if they are the worst employees on the planet. I cannot recommend against this place enough.
Driver Meijer dedicated. (Current Employee) – Tipp City, OH – June 25, 2017
This is a job that can reward you one day and punish you the next. It is like going to the casino everyday and pulling the job leaver. Seniority is meaningless here you are just a guy at the window with a cdl every day. Management does the best they can they are polite and listen well. I feel bad for them because a lot of drivers are not seeing the big picture, they get a lot of flack for things beyond their control.
Steady work lax enviroment
no vacation mandatory six day weeks on holidays high insurance costs
Good place for new drivers fresh out of school to start their career in driving. Management tends to come up with rules and don't inform the driver of the changes. I may have changed since I was there.
Dedicated Driver (Current Employee) – Ashley, IN – June 19, 2017
I'm a USX dedicated driver on the Family Dollar dedicated account out of Ashley, Indiana. To my knowledge it's one of the best accounts USX has. Pay is excellent. Be prepared to work. I've seen people come and go. This is no picnic
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Shippensburg, PA – June 16, 2017
This company would be the best company if they decide to pay the driver a lil more money i was running 2,500 miles a week and was not even getting a decent check. But i love the system they treat you nice. And always have a load available
As hard as it was for a solo driver to learn the ins and outs of the road, tis was a good company where I feel like became stronger as I learn the trucking industry. hardest part was learning the road, how to get to and from a place to either deliver or pick up. I enjoyed the most the fact that I could drive a big semi truck all alone.
Stay far far away from this company. The pay is good, but when you complain the will get rid of you for any reason. Cannot get rid of the whiniing union guys who complain all the time about minor things such as moving a box on the dock.
Driver (Former Employee) – Austell, GA – June 5, 2017
Get into my truck and head to my customer for p/u of freight. Pretty much all trucking companies are the same when it comes to how they operate. The is pretty much the same everywhere to. And the waiting is hardest part of the job. the traveling to places you never been is cool.
Parts Coordinator (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – June 4, 2017
Former Parts Coordinator Irving Tx. Upper Management Sux. Coworkers friendly, but will throw you under the bus to protect themselves. Decent Job, if you can stay away from the fakes and drama. Techs will order wrong part and then blame you. In short, Just do your Job and go home. Don't get sucked into fake friendships, they will stab you in the back 1st chance they get. Toxic work atmosphere created by Upper Management.
Work, 40 years experience in Parts industery, I know my Job
Over the Road Tractor Trailer Driver (Former Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – June 2, 2017
Not for drivers who want or need to be home regularly. I had to go to a different company to get away from training. Even if you fail a student. USXP will employ them anyway. This is a waist of good training.
Sucks when you dont have a load and you sit for nothing.
Logistics Driver (Former Employee) – Berwick, PA – June 2, 2017
Lifestyle is a drag. Management sees you as a number; get in the mindset of it and things are dandy. Pay is OK too. Didnt get too know to many people cause my work ethic dosent make me stop to conversation, delivery, drop trailer, pick up new paper work, pick up new trailer, off to next destination.