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Listen people long driving hours, and mixing dock work = accidents, you have no rest working 70 hrs a week, it’s too much and it will catch up with you maybe not right away, but we had over 10 jack knifes at our terminal, that’s from a Allentown manager?

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Sounds like average

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I used to be LH driver. Avg 1.5 to 2 hrs

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No, employee pays, Company pays for nothing, and I can't stress that enough, nothing, employees pay for everything,

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Central transport is a good working place good pay long hours but they don’t believe. In given seconds chances to people who were accused of things other people did that’s my promble with them all they won’t do is shop freight with bad trailers

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Unskilled management promoted beyond their capabilities, defensive type attitudes that leads to attitudes, ( bad attitudes ) that in turn are disreptective, and at times threatening with physical violence, then there's the favoritism and long hrs in illegal equipment and open dock on absolute junk forklifts, damaged freight , short paychecks, CT IS everything a place of employment is not suppose to be

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Remember your in charge of this interview, in fact you probably have more knowledge of what it takes to run a successful company than the person conducting the CT interview, also print out and take with you reviews from Indeed,

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No direct deposit, payroll is weeks behind, payed through your assigned HH, intentionally hard to impossible to keep accurate accounts of hrs worked, vs Hrs payed, YOU WILL BE SHORTED, at some point in time,

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Just had initial starting raise at $25/hr with a yearly $1 raise a year following first year to cap out at $28/hr after your third year. You can easily make $300 plus a night with route raises and cross-dock at terminals. Some sign on bonuses are $5k and vary from state with some being as high as $10k. Referals are as much as $3k to $5k. Your will to work and just do your job is as easy as anywhere as things are changing here, just the patience to wait and do so and watch the processes develop. Just a bunch of prissy, picky grown adults who thinks these companies revolve around them is what gives this company a bad name. There are other bad ones out there even worse. Updates are happening, just be here when they do. Freight practices are changing and getting better.

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Bluecross/blueshield

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