Company Driver (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – April 7, 2015
Drove cross country with company trainer: Responsible for picking up and dropping customer loads and trailers, record arrival and departure time, quality of product upon arrival and hours on the road or breaks in Call Quam, responsible for pre & post maintenance of equipment
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee), Indianola, MS – December 30, 2014
A typical day at work consist of pushing carts about 300 to 500 pounds. Summertime can be very hard got to stay hydrated, and some stores are very hard to back in so u have to have good backing skills.
Driver (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – December 16, 2014
My day would start around 11 o clock i would wake up do my pre-trip inspection and drive to my first stop if I did not make it the following night. When i make it to my stop i would then give the paper work to the Rep. and begin to unload the trailer. Then i will pick up the empty rolltainers from the week before. I would repeat that like 2 or 3 times a day
Over the Road Driver (Former Employee), Dallas, TX – June 27, 2014
Setting at terms are at site I learn coming straight out of trucking school you get the jobs that really don't as much lol management could have been a little better the hardest part about this job is the start up pay co workers are not that nice I guess because of that pay thing the thing I like about this job is that I got the chance to see how bad it could really be..