Problems with management and drivers, the way your treated and not treated as a professional driver at all
Company Driver (Current Employee) – La Porte, TX – July 1, 2018
Problems with management and not treating drivers professional or caring about them in general. Driver trainers like for you to do the job while they ride and talk in phone and don’t train or teach you nothing. Should be learning paperwork and the people’s net and the procedures that quality carriers has. Don’t need to do pre-trips and hooking up trailers like we’ve done with all our experience in chemicals up to this point. Trainors need to b trained properly so they can train you and do the job while we watch and can learn from them instead of doing job for them
Owner Operator (Former Employee) – Winnfield, LA – April 7, 2018
when I started everyone talked about watching your pay. so and so will try to get you. they kept bringing it up when I never asked anybody how their pay was going. Some 10+ experiences of money problems. After over 6 instances of charges for services not received. And, no refund as promised by management. I had to realize the care was not there. This was well on the way to always happening. Some type of normal expense.
Very poor management. Supervisors get no training and have no experience managing people. There is a "good ole boy" environment for those that have been there for a long time, before the company became so large.
The office environment is very sad. Employees are unhappy and dissatisfied with their jobs, supervisors, company policies, etc.
Every quarter you have to go to a meeting (they provide snacks haha) and listen to how successful the company is and many millions they are making!! I received $1.50 hr raise in 5 years!!!!
I do not recommend this company for a career position.
Job wasn't hard, just picked up loaded tanker and took it to where ever in the country it needed to go
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Richburg, SC – February 7, 2018
A typical day would be getting up usually early and take a preloaded tanker to a customer , it could be in Chicago , Texas, La., you would drive all day to customer and then unload, then get tanker washed out and head to get reloaded to go to another customer.
They really didn't bother you and left you alone as long as you did your job.
Very little home time, sometimes I would be gone 2 or 3 weeks, not much if a family life.
Professional Driver (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 14, 2018
Somewhat unorganized needs work too many people in charge maintenance is not good it is a Transportation company and there's a lack of professional maintenance personnel breakdown issues are troubleshot over the phone lending to errors and major delays
Never knew what you would be paid from one week to the next because employer held off paying drivers until vendor(s) would pay employer. Certain terminal managers would be abusive and expect you to drive during unsafe conditions.