Good place to work, but no other work in Jacksonville. Fla.
Driver, Supervisor, Manger, of yard drivers, (Current Employee) – Forest Park, GA – February 20, 2019
Good place to work. But doesn't have any other work in Jacksonville Florida, if they did i would stay with them, need more work in Jacksonville, a good size company and should get more work, lot of work out there, has tried to get them to get work here before our contract is done. And haven't had any information on them looking or getting work....
Safety Clerk/Billing Clerk/Front Desk Receptionist (Former Employee) – Forest Park, GA – February 18, 2019
This is a very Stressful, Stressful, and More Stressful company. The opportunities are not open for everyone. This company has the most revolving doors that I have ever seen. However if you can handle all of these and more than I say go for it!!!!!!
Loader/Unloader (Current Employee) – Lakeland, FL – February 11, 2019
The day shift is okay but the night shift supervisor is VERY sketchy and hypocritical.they need to hire someone else on night shift bc there should be no way that anyone who walks around speaking negatively about their employees to other employees and then acts like nothing is wrong should be in any position of authority. On top of that I have called and texted the supervisor numerous times asking about work and he does not return calls or texts.But other than the night shift supervisor the company is a decent place to make a few extra dollars. Oh and don't bother trying to call after 3 p.m......(remember what I said about the night shift supervisor)
Former Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – January 24, 2019
Run away from this place ... There is no professionalism everyone is full of cuss words including managment. They hire you and just stick you some where with no training. Everybody always throwing each other under the bus.. And always talking and cussing at their drivers
Management is only worried about pushing loads out and that's it...
lead driver (Former Employee) – Midway, GA – January 5, 2019
can be a little stressful,had to meet equipment movement time requirements while maintaining a high level of safety, the trick is to find the balance to do the job as safe as possible and the constant demands of operations.
The job was dropping trailers at different department stores. I had to work at night and by myself. The management was good, but the truck broke down and wasn't able to accomplish the duties. The job was very stressful. I was hoping for more help so I had to do my job along. Being on a job at night was good for me. I enjoyed the job but it was long hours. learned that it takes working as a team to be able to accomplish the duties as a truck driver. I enjoyed the job dropping hook because I didn't have to pick up or unload. I had to find another job because I needed to get more hours and be at home with my family.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Forest Park, GA – December 13, 2018
This company does not treat their employees fair. There is favoritism. Some managers should never be in a management position. You will be talked to like a dog and treated like you’re less than human. The rules do not apply to everyone, they only apply if management doesn’t like you. You will be cussed at and disrespected. The owner is a good guy. But management makes sure none of their bs gets to him.
If productive for management and supervision and that's it
Driver (Former Employee) – Pendleton Indiana – November 20, 2018
Out of being in the trucking industry 34 years I have never seen a company that it was so dishonest to their drivers then Premier has been they do not and will not stand behind their words and you will not work any local work here and make 70000 or more