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They will lose their contracts and go out of vusiness

Answered December 23, 2018

Sick leave is a joke here. You get no PTO for a full year. Then for the next two years you get only 5 days each year. That includes sick days. If you’re sick you can either use one of your 5 PTO days or just not get paid at all. Also if no one is willing to cover your shift for 16 hours then you’re forced to come into work even with an emergency or when sick.

Answered May 27, 2020

Organize the trucks better than what they are now, place 2 wheel cart cone holders in trucks, keep tools and batteries for tools maintained all the time, have safety training every 2 months,

Answered January 3, 2020

Dangerous work practices, and discrimination

Answered February 2, 2019

There are times that you get dispatched to an event extending your normal 8hr day-but you will get compensated. Some operations run M-F and some go all 7 days-you may work weekend or evenings.

Answered February 9, 2019

You work about 10 hours a day but get paid for 8.5 unless you wash truck or have to get maintenance done then it's more then 10 but you still get paid 8.5

Answered December 14, 2019

Just be yourself. If you are the helping type of person, you’ll be good

Answered November 14, 2019

No just talked about how dangerous it was

Answered February 18, 2019

Hours vary by city. You’re expected to show up a half hour early everyday (without being paid) to check your truck. Half of the trucks don’t work right, some no A/C, some busted tires, some have a death wobble and you’re still expected to drive them all day. You’re even made to do maintenance on the trucks without extra pay like changing the tires and batteries and lights on the board. Then you head out on the road, where procedurally you’re trained one way but will get yelled at for doing that you were trained to do. Only good thing is police and fire and medical will all thank you for what you do, but they still complain about how we are limited because the owners want to act like first responders yet get mad when drivers use the shoulders, turnarounds, or follow the police when they are heading to a scene.

Answered May 27, 2020

No benefits for part time employees

Answered March 16, 2020
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