Driver (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – February 20, 2017
Not a bad company have some good accounts but during training I had made a mistake then came the probation my advice soon as you make a mistake look for a new job....cause at the end of the day your just a number
This is, hands down the worst company I've ever worked for
OTR Truck driver (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – February 20, 2017
Couldn't bring home a part check. They took it money for benefits. When it come time to use them they told me I didn't have any. I asked for a reimbursement they said we'll sign you up. Horrible trainers. Home the times in a year. I could go on. There are so many good companies... I would strongly to go any where but here.
None in comparison to other companies.
Low pay. No home time. They intercept your long loads and give them to other drivers.
CDL Driver (Former Employee) – South Eastern Region – February 11, 2017
I trip on qualcom and obtain directions. I then proceed and locate the company/container and complete the delivery to the assigned customer. I learned different people attitudes/requirements.Management always provide heads up information. There were a variety of workers with whom it was a pleasure to work. The hardest part of the job was when there is not sufficient information but the most enjoyable part is the completion and a well done smile on faces.
Fleet Sales Foreman (Former Employee) – Lithia Springs, GA – February 7, 2017
Top management at Atlanta terminal does not know how to manage effectively. No consequences for lack of performance. No recognition for exceeding expectations. Yearly performance reviews are generic with a standard raise usually under 3%.
Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – February 7, 2017
They low ball you when it comes to pay and there is absolutely no room for growth once you are hired. Don't apply here if you want to a career that you can depend on. Also, it appears that the company is losing a lot of money and business, and therefore they are downsizing and letting a lot of people go through no fault of their own (myself included).
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – February 6, 2017
Great Benefits with outstanding leadership, well maintained semi-tractors. I would drive around 8-10 hours a day and they have no problem sending you back home on a bus to see your family. Trucks are up to date with standard technology and I am currently on a local waiting list for a Dollar General account.
Truck Driver (OTR) (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – January 31, 2017
OTR for this company is a great opportunity for first time truck drivers. I visited 48 states including the states I went to with my trainer. Fleet managers were always communicating, making sure I had the right information. I could always call them when I had a problem. The hardest part was staying out for 6 or more weeks without returning home.
visiting states, being your own boss so to speak, communication
short time at home and not coming home for 6 or more weeks at a time.
Commercial Driver (Former Employee) – Fontana, CA – January 31, 2017
A workplace that teaches the values of safety. A hard and rough job that involves in any weather. With low wages for first time drivers. Effective training is random depending on which driver is training you.
Professional Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 31, 2017
Everyday is a challenge due to having to unload our trailer without a pallet jack. Each day I learn how to work through adversity, fatigue, and bad weather. The hardest part of the job is being away from my family 6days out the week. The most enjoyable part of the job is that I don't have to sit around to wait on a load. I get to stay busy, which makes the day go by faster.
CDL Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 30, 2017
Good company to get started in the trucking industry. Good training or retraining. Trainers easy to work with. You are assigned to a "Team" of dispatchers, some are OK, some are not. What you get is what you get.
Nice people, decent pay.
Assigned to a team of dispatchers, never know who you will get.
OTR Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 29, 2017
The time That was spent out on the road was not worth the money they paid. The management would no listen to any concerns. Also, would not listen to their drivers when they were trying to get information.