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Start enforcing all the company policies you come up with. No smoking in the trucks is a great idea, no enforcement though. No harassment and discrimination policy, great idea and the law, no enforcement at all. Contact multiple supervisors, management, and H.R. Department, nothing done!

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Two face to the drivers not ready respert from management

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It's a little rough after a while working 6 days a week but overall the money is good

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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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I've been working with Mail Contractors since 2-89 until retiring this year. Some were shabby companies. Eagle was one of the better ones to work for. New Equipment & plenty on hours.I don't complain about working weekends, holidays or six days a week like some guys that complain about it. They've paid my bills & put plenty of food on my tables over the years. Eagle is as will always be # 1 in my book. I'M HAPPY

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You never see the $$$ from a "raise". What ever increase you expect, Eagle will take it back by increasing your insurance, cut your trip times, fueling times,pretrips, or not paying for mandatory safety meetings. It never ends.

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

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Trying to get work done when your supervisor doesn't have a clue. Spend a whole day wasting time and then he's upset when equipment is still down at 5:00 p.m. when it's time to go home.

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