Each service center is ran like an individual company. In my opinion the most important thing corporate office cares about is the operating ratio, bottom line numbers, and attendance. Moral, working conditions, personal issues, and several other issues go unnoticed. The largest service center requires the workers to work 55+ hours without overtime and made to come in on an extra day. Attention has been sent to the manager, human resources, and regional VP by numerous current (and past) employees without any response. Hourly pay is very good but would advise not to go into a salaried position with ODFL as the people you supervise will be at a higher pay rate. Hardest part has to be the constant pressure faced in making all the goals and amount of tonnage. ODFL will help get your CDL's if wanted.
Pay, in house CDL training, discounts with numerous companies.
no overtime until after 60 hours, schedule, strict policies, zero understanding on issues outside of work