Gate Guard (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 3, 2018
There are good people here, and a good job. But they let the details slip through the cracks and it's the employees that Pay for it. This could be the best line in the industry of they'd care for others and perform less than half assedly.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT 84104 – April 12, 2018
I'm still in training with Navajo. Very frustrated with my trainer. He always makes sure he gets to be home everyday. We pass by my house everyday, all I've asked is to let me pull in and get more clothes, personal stuff etc. there was always an excuse why he didn't want to stop at my house. I had to spend money I didn't have cause I was stuck spending most of my time at the depot when my trainer gets to be at home. Very frustrating for me. I don't like living in a box, and I've tried to make that very clear to everyone
Regional Texas Truck Driver CDL-A Operator (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – January 17, 2018
I have nothing good to say about Navajo Driving it was an in between jobs until I could get up to Colorado with my family, not very good home time, they promise you home time after 2 weeks driving but not until 6-8 weeks do they get you home. Like most OTR companies they Promise you one thing but don't commit unless it benefits them and the company you work for.
Ex Driver (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – January 16, 2018
This is the worst company with the sorriest dispatchers! I attended orientation in Denver to find out they was going to send me to Atlanta to recover a truck. The truck didn't start and it was so dirty and raggedy. Also it had a broken apu belt. I spent a day in Atlanta, no load! I bobtailed from Atlanta to NC. 3 days at home and still no load! They have the worst planners and managers and dispatchers. If you want to waste time, work here!! But I think they find loads for certain ones. I rated 1 star because I had to. Really they deserve zero stars.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – December 13, 2017
they always got me home every 4-6 weeks. If some thing came up they were very understanding. They also had multiply companies. that they had owned. If you were sick you would be able to get the time off.
If dispatch didn't think they were gods it be great.
Truck Driver (OTR) (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – December 6, 2017
I enjoyed getting on the "open road"; bad part is dispatch would like you leave way before your appointment to pick-up a load (i.e. in the "beef patch"), or at a brewery. Once under a load; they would send messages to make sure you are time or a head of it.
Nice size company w/ 900 trucks, looks out for drivers.
Driver (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – November 29, 2017
OTR drivers put in long hours, can be as much as 14 when live loads/unloads are delayed, which happens frequently. Retention pay for delays pretty much non-existent. Overall good company, nice equipment.
Friendly, helpful staff, maintains equipment in good order
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – November 10, 2017
Ran detected Costco out of the salt lake terminal Office personal play favorites so if your not a suck up expect to get loaded out late.. mostly night runs. Very pushy to get the load there on time no matter the weather and road conditions. Owner is not very professional getting into arguments with driver's on Facebook witch should never happen. Have been known for firing driver's on the spot after giving 2 weeks notice...
Home time was great as a detected drive
Horrible management. And owner who thinks nothing of his driver's
Former Compliance Manager (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – October 28, 2017
Greatly over exaggerated interpretation of the rules and regulations by people who “think this is what the rule means or says”, attempts to put standardized policy and procedures in place where met with great resistance, when departmental employees where told they needed to actually work -they balked and cited “shady” business decisions when they quit, these same people where of little help to anyone but the chairs they kept attached to the floors, the harder a person worked -the less they where recognized -on the flip side the less they did -the more they where rewarded and pay advanced
Director (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – September 27, 2017
Trucking is stressful in general so don't expect nothing different here. This is a real trucking company ran by knowledgeable and experienced personnel. They've got their problems but overall it's a good place to work. Good atmosphere, decent location, nice office, nice people, great benefits. Salary is good for management, average for lower tier employees. Respectable within the industry, need a little improvement with talent in operations. Overall a great company.