Durham School Services
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When you hire employees tell them the truth about hours and pay cutting drivers pay for your training sessions is illegal and wrong I left because as a cdl driver you want to pay monitor
wages during training

Answered September 5, 2019

I was fired for touching a child. What was happening was, one little boy was beating up on another one. I told him to stop. Driver told him to stop. He would not stop. So i went over and took his hands and placed them in his lap. I was fired for that.

Answered June 30, 2020

The person in question is a Sub-Driver who also works as a Monitor. It was our policy that Monitors would be paid at the Driver rate if they obtained their CDL with the necessary endorsements and would sub as needed.

Answered by Durham School ServicesOctober 21, 2016

The children are happy to see you everyday.

Answered July 11, 2020

Poor Management. Unsafe buses. Poor health benefits.

Answered October 4, 2019

The benefits offered vary by location. For specific information please contact your local Durham office.

Answered by Durham School ServicesApril 11, 2017

It does take a bit longer than expected especially when you are trying to start working immediately after you completed your interview your background check is cleared your classroom training obtaining a DOT physical/drug test and then going and getting your school bus endorsement certificate in order to even do the driving training portion. And especially is tough when any of this farzan holidays or anytime that School may be out the process is quite warm in the communication is very little soooo my suggestion is to communicate everything upfront right away because it’s like they tell you as you go which is not the best way to learn the job because I have my baby I’m taking Along with me that is why I chose this position and I’m more than grateful to be able to take my seven-month-old therefore the waiting is just a matter of time before I’m able to say it’s probably been five or six weeks and I don’t start for another week.

Answered December 28, 2019
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