A typical day was putting in a lot of hours for little pay. Almost all loads were short mileage, usually running two trips a day. The better paying loads were farmed out to a 3rd party trucking outfit. You could make more money driving a garbage truck or water bottle - much more.
They need to pay a higher hourly wage for all hours worked and get rid of the mileage pay to make this a competitive position.
Decent benefits, home daily, partially set your own hours.
Regional Sales Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 13, 2019
There are a number of key people who make up the character of the company. The company has grown enormously and now routinely encounters high pressure obstacles which are narrowing company focus to the near term.
A lot of extremely competent people
Focus has changed from growth to line item management
Utility Worker (Former Employee) – Warsaw, KY – April 21, 2019
I worked for Mississippi lime for many years, and put in many hours there. I was promoted a couple of times only to get my job and hours taken from me. They cut my hours in half, and got rid of my job once they got a new manager. The management there is ridiculous. I would not recommend this company unless you're single with no family.