Driver (Current Employee) – Midwest – August 8, 2018
There are now cameras installed in the trucks. The company lied to the drivers regarding how the cameras will be used. This is a violation of our privacy. They have now implemented a point system that sucks.
During the time I spent on a dedicated account with only one site manager. Main office being in Concord, NC there was no recourse if there was a problem on site. On site manager had full control, leaving staff to only have access to one manager for issues for the onsite.
Driver (Former Employee) – Concord, NC – May 29, 2018
I felt like I was on my own on the account I worked on communication was horrible with managers and maintenance on equipment was also horrible, and if you have one mishap with the company no matter how long you've been there you will be terminated, also did not receive a pay raise in almost 6 years of working there
Driver (Former Employee) – Ellenboro, WV – April 9, 2018
I worked out of the Ellenboro WV Simonton windows location. The work was steady, driving around the north east delivering windows to various construction supply locations. Manual unload of trailers each day. But I was home each weekend.
Operations Manager II (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – April 5, 2018
The only surefire way to advancement at Cardinal is to be able to move anywhere in the country when the next position opens up. Being unable or unwilling to relocate will severely hamper your growth, professionally and financially. That being said, they do operate in a very decentralized manner and in most cases, you truly are your own boss, running your own company. Though this can be a hindrance as the entire corporate body is on East Coast time and no one likes to work past 1700.
Worked 24 hours a day had to be availabe for drivers no matter what time of day or night. After working there a year management decided to change our pay from salary to hourly Witch ended up being 2.00 less than I signed on for. but still had to work and be available 24 hours.
Its a job
short pay, long uncompensated hours, dishonest managment
Company Driver (Former Employee) – Middletown, OH – March 25, 2018
I was a very loyal and dedicated driver for Cardinal for four years. Their biggest problem is listening to their drivers. They recently bought new trucks and they are extremely unsafe for hauling tankers. I tried for several months to get them to listen to me through my driver manager but they simply do not care! I could spend an hour writing a well thought out review but they aren't worth my time. Don't waste your time on them!
Team Driver (Former Employee) – Upper Marlboro, MD – February 27, 2018
Worked at cardinal for four and one half years running teams. Gave them all my loyalty, sacrificed family time and a lot more. Had to take time off due to medical issues, was terminated after six months. At that point in time I was two weeks away from returning to work. Was told by management to fill out application and would be rehired. They refused to rehire me stating they had applicants more qualified. I have thirty years accident/major citation free commercial driving experience. You don't get anymore qualified than that. I suggest to you not to work here. WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING!!!!
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) – Pearl River, LA 70452 – February 1, 2018
It wasn't a bad place to work its a very fast pace and time sensitive workplace. I would have stayed there but my life at home changed by me having a child so I was not able to work the harsh schedule,