Billing and Payroll Specialist (Former Employee) – Crossett, AR – June 25, 2018
Opening paperwork that drivers brought in. Matching with loads in computer. Checking billing rates for loads and billing out to customers. Print out driver moves and check that everything was in order and that driver would be paid fairly. I worked with this company for eight years and ask for a job advancement for more pay since I am single. I was never given the opportunity to advance. The job was not hard just time consuming. Talking and meeting drivers from different cities was the most enjoyable part of the job.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – June 21, 2018
I enjoyed working with this company the office personnel was very helpful. The management is very poor in communication and follow-up.The most enjoyable part of the job was my interaction with all the GM dealers in the Hampton Roads area. The hardest part of this job was not having equipment to deliver these parts "ie" pallet jack for engine's and transmissions. I was unable to secure my load many times on the trailer due to never having enough straps.
Great relationship with GM Dealers
Mangement very poor communication. Unwilling to resolve driver issues.
Driver (Former Employee) – Williamsport, MD – February 25, 2018
This is the worse place a driver can work. The pay does not equal the work. Moving transmissions and engines for under 180 per day is not worth it. They do not take care of their trucks. Your CDL will be in danger if you work here. The trucks are not maintained and the break down daily. As a driver I would turn in my CDL before I worked here.
Class C Route Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Los Angeles California – February 1, 2018
We work the graveyard shift and it was very stressful and fast-paced making deliveries in many different counties for AT&T phone company. There is many miles to drive many freeways to drive many addresses to remember and a lot of scanning of all of all of the boxes.
Good hours, paid overtime, paid time off, good place to work.
Driver (Former Employee) – Hamilton, oh – January 9, 2018
I wasn't getting paid like I should to be moving engines and transmission. I was getting 162 per day and working 10, 11 and sometimes 12 hours a day. When I would get there I would have to wait because my truck was never loaded so that's 30 to 45 minutes I had to wait and DLI didn't care cause you were paid by the day. I was making more money when I was a temp cause I was making 17 an hour. So if you can stay a temp worker cause I was lied to and treated horrible with this company. I worked for the Hamilton Ohio one.
Driver (Former Employee) – Syracuse, NY – November 18, 2017
I worked for this company for 6 years only missed 3 days of work for being sick in that time . Poor communication between dispatch and drivers . I gave my 2 week notice and worked it out i recieved a thank you text message for doing a great job . So that’s thanks I get for sacrificing my family Home time a text message. Do yourself a favor and run ...
Dockworker (Former Employee) – Hamilton, OH – September 17, 2017
This place is a joke if you need a job look somewhere else they do not work with you on anything far as school or having another job the benefits are high they try to get you in the door by promise you things
Driver (Former Employee) – United States – July 14, 2017
except for SOME people spoiling it for others DLI was a wonderful place to work. wish it hadn,t ended. wish someone would have gotten on warehouse personell to do better job loading product onto trailers before they went out.
they make sure they get some one to fix your problem asap
Dock Worker (Former Employee) – Hudson, WI – May 30, 2017
A typical day included an excess of 12 hours of work. Management was great to work for even lending a hand when a day might become overwhelming on the dock. The fast paced environment and good individuals I worked with made it an overall enjoyable experience.
Truck Driver Class A CDL (Former Employee) – Oakdale, MN – April 10, 2017
Started at 2:00 A. M.,,did paperwork and pre-tripped truck(inspect). Trained with experienced driver. Management was fair and approachable. Other drivers and loaders were good people. Seldom left on time as parts were always late to the cross dock. Driving and unloading the trailer was a good workout every day.
Spotter Driver (Current Employee) – West Chester, OH – February 8, 2017
I work at Westchester ohio as spotter for general mottors.managements and supervisors are very nice,coworkers are friendly,I work a lot of over time and is over time after 8 hours which only few companies do that.I work Monday to friday.so far they have treated me very well.I only drive 7 minutes to work .
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – Barronett, WI – February 3, 2017
Job is supposed to be one to two nights out a week. Which is normally two to three nights. Which isn't terrible. The lack of communication is frustrating. They are however flexible for appointments and family ordeals.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MN – February 3, 2017
I worked this job as a spotter ffrom 2009-2012. Long hours for very little pay, was promised raises the whole time I worked there and never received a penny from DLI. This company is extremely cheap and wants to pay their drivers the lowest wage they possibly can. I would not recommend working for them.