has been short period of time since we are working with KAG and they are taking care of their employees in a very professional manner the main office at Ohio is always open if you have any questions, benefits are good and the job environment is great
Fuel Transport Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – North Canton, OH – July 19, 2018
I love the work, but there is a lot of gossip around the yard. I'm the type of person that goes to work, does my job, and goes home. I've been on midnights since I started and don't see any chance of getting off of them. Leads to no family life and feeling like a vampire.
enjoy the job.
hazardous driving in winter, no room for advancement.
CDL TRUCK DRIVER - Gasoline Transportation (Former Employee) – Carson, CA – July 19, 2018
Stressful at times, because the dispatchers play with your assignment if you're not kool with them. The Pay could have been much better for the type of work we do. I worked for them for 6 years, and the pay was higher when I started initially, and change once the union got involved, which because of an issue later.
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 9, 2018
I worked for this company for 2 months as a Dispatcher and it was the worst 2 months of my life. As a new employee I needed to be trained and nobody really took the time to do that with me, they just kept throwing me on the fire with no hesitation. The terminal manager sucks !! She doesn't like to give time off to anyone but her favorites, she switches schedules up like crazy, you cant have no type of personal life, and she is always screaming and cussing. Not a professional place to work for.
Benefits & Pay
No lunch break, the people are rude, not professional
Fuel Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Evansville, IN – July 5, 2018
The local manager in Evansville area was unfair and treated certain employees with favortism and others as outcast. He has never driven a truck and trys to tell you how. He’s a two faced idiot that lies to potential new hires. More like a recruiter than a driver manager. Also, there are two dispatchers you desl with. One competent and the other not so much.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Newell, WV – June 26, 2018
Good place to work, will work with your schedule let you take whatever days off you want and you had freedom, overall not a bad place to work upper management with there rule changes would get old but everyone at the Newell terminal was great to work with
If you do your job they work with your schedule real relaxed place
Healthcare expensive pay is subpar to anything else in area
enjoyed the work just too many Hrs. you were working like to full time jobs without getting paid like you were.
SEMI DRIVER (Former Employee) – Green Bay, WI – June 20, 2018
Long days out in all types of weather. Then you wait in long lines for product. Work 65 to 70 Hrs. week. If a holiday falls on a day you are schedule to work you are going to work. They say if you are not comfortable to drive in snow storms don't but then get mad if you say you're not comfortable.
Good benefits, equipment is kept in good condition, and they supply uniforms and personal protective equipment
Long Hrs. and you are technically a 80, 000 lb.Bomb
Billing Specialist (Current Employee) – Federal Way, WA – May 22, 2018
No room to advance in the company. Not competitive in pay. Bonus opportunity not offered to all employees. Made to feel guilty for taking any time off, even scheduled time. You work so hard for the company and you are not appreciated for it at all. You ate expected to put work before anything at all in your life, including your kids. They allow a daughter to be her mothers boss, favoritism shown.
Dishwasher/prep food (Former Employee) – North Canton, OH – April 28, 2018
Busy from the moment you walk in the door. Fast paced getting food prepared for different likes and dislikes of the employees. I learned to cope with people needs and wants in the busy work force, and was glad I could accommodate every individual with what they needed.
Able to keep up with the demands of the peoples needs.
Cryogenic driver (Current Employee) – Pryor, OK – April 27, 2018
I love doing what I do. I run in the cryogenic division. I have plenty of work and I get the days off I request. My terminal manager is a dream. My only complaint is I truly hate the paccar motor and transmission in my truck. Other than that, it's a great place to be.
Scanning Department (Former Employee) – North Canton, OH – April 25, 2018
fast paced. I had learned several jobs while I was there. I loved what I did there. They have Micro Management Style. No talking at all allowed there. The hardest part of the job is getting though the day.
They buy pizza now and then. On Special Occasions they have Special Cutout Cookies.
Driver (Former Employee) – Tukwila, WA – April 23, 2018
If you like pushing 70 hrs a week, they have the work. Most drivers keep to themselves, but no one will leave you standing there with your thumb in your butt...every single driver in the company will help you regardless, but that's the culture when driving fuel...even guys from other companies will help if they can. The fleet is mixed with some decent automatics and sticks, and some very horrible ones, but is expected to upgrade to newer trucks. I went through 3 managers and for the most part, they were all fair. They will do what they can, if they can. Pay is good and you can make some SERIOUS money if you like pushing the 70, but the medical is expensive especially if you have a family. Don't even think of having any scheduled weekends off because you will never see it unless you ask for a day off or vacation. Be expected to work weekends and nights when you start. It could slow down during the winter, but not long or that bad. Dispatch is a demon all its own...some days are good, some are bad but once you get into the swing of things, the stops will be all the same. Oh, if you can handle this job, you will be assigned a truck and you better hope your partner communicates well because a lot of trouble between drivers is because of truck assignments.