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Everyday it gets worse. If you ask for a day off it gets denied, so you have to call in "sick". The latest letter posted is if you get caught with no lock on your trailer you get 3 days off, 5 days off for 2nd offense. So you work 6 days per week and do your job properly, you have no time off, but if you violate policy you do get time off. Make any sense to you? NOT!

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I get nauseous when the alarm goes off to come to work, I don't feel better until I get away from this asylum. It gets worse everyday, I don't see any hope in sight.

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A step up from being homeless. Terrible insurance,no 401k match,odd hours, no time and a half, actually make less $ after 40 hours,6 day work week,filthy poorly maintained tractors and trailers,clueless middle and upper management. I feel sorry for on-site driver supervisors, they have to deal with unqualified drivers and mindless upper management with little compensation.

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Get in your car and drive away, don't waste your time,it's not worth the aggravation.

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I never admit to it, I just tell everyone I'm unemployed, or working for a temporary agency.

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I have a CDL and I walked in the door. That's about all that is required.

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$.15 isn’t a raise it’s an insult

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Eagle Express is only interested in profits. They have no concern for employee's health, family,or well being. Constantly cutting run times, changing start times, not enough time for pretrips,or fueling. Then they wonder why there is such a high driver turnover.

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If you fill out everything correctly and completely, it shouldn't be long at all, first background, employment verification and driver's license report is what takes long, if that gets done in a week, you can be working the next week as long as you pass drug test and physical, 2-3 weeks if everything is good

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