If you have a cdl, apply here, get the job, quit, and give it a bad review, then you probably haven't ever liked anything.
Driver (Current Employee) – Auburn, AL – July 10, 2018
I don't know what these other guys are used to. Good company. Home every day. Training I was given a Marriott $125 for food and it was paid training. 4 digit paychecks available out of the gate. Yearly raises, no cap. Full benefits after 60 days. Minimum pay of 32 hours weekly even if there was no work. 1100 yearly safety bonus with no accidents, hecl, still 600 if you did have one. On top of other bonuses. After 40 hours you get hourly rate plus load rate. Holidays too, if you work. Assigned truck. Managers have a sense of humor. Mine called and met me at CVS and handed me a $125 gift card, let me stay at whatever hotel I wanted, even airbnb. But, if its a commercial contract and not residential, which is uncommon, you may have to come in at night. Its not like they call you in you already know ahead of time your schedule. Longest trip maybe 40 miles.
These guys complain. Managers don't care. Oh boohoo. Do you care about the managers? What it is, these guys agree to the work at first then get comfortable. Now they're passed the 'proving myself to a new company stage' and don't want to keep that same pace. Good. Glad you didn't, they hired me. Love yal. Not just for that. I mean as a person. Whew almost wrote a paragraph that wasn't weird.
Money, staff, benefits, accommodations, hearing folks complain about such a gravy job makes you feel like a warrior
Schedule can require a 2 am start time, but you know in advance