There is no work/life balance. It's all work. The pay was very good for me, but not for most others. The job security felt like it was constantly questioned as the direction kept changing or leadership kept changing. The culture was horrible. The amount of vacation was only 2 weeks including all sick, vaca etc. Free parking. Had a cafe on site.
You rate right up there with a piece of gum stuck to their shoe
Owner/Operator (Current Employee) – Cudahy, WI – September 6, 2018
The load planners for Milwaukee are unprofessional.One planner seems like disinterested in talking to you it’s almost like your inconveniencing him.Another planner needs to learn how to talk to drivers and I promise you he wouldn’t talk to me like that if we were in the same room.Management isn’t any better.They are always passing the buck on when issues pop up.To some it up you are nothing more then garbage to them just shut up drive your truck and make us money.
I have nothing
Recruiting is not truthful.They have absolutely no respect for their drivers
Class A CDL Driver (Former Employee) – Commerce, CA – September 1, 2018
Good experience for beginner drivers looking to gain job exoerience compensation was average bit low though for experienced drivers also scince the company leases out trucks to employees you have to be vigilant some of those guys wiiil take advantage of you money wise work wise be careful but it is a great company to work for and make money
Recruiting Coordinator Assistant (Former Employee) – Cudahy, WI – August 28, 2018
Over the five years I worked there, the culture declined. It became a revolving door because there was nothing positive. All feedback was negative and no effort was enough. There were no raises AT ALL for several years
I ruined my driving career choosing to work here, this is not a driver oriented place, they do not care at all for the owner operators, their maintenance program is horrible, it is designed to make you fail, the way you are run is designed for failure. They are set up to starve drivers. Only work here if you want to make less than brand new drivers and give 70% of your settlement back to the company in mysterious "admin" fees. There is no open door or transparency with anything. Their turn over rate is extremely high they cant keep drivers staffed and those who stay are slowly starved out.
Literally everything else, there are no redeeming qualities
Assistant (Former Employee) – Victorville, CA – July 27, 2018
A typical day at work would be anything my boss had set up from answering/returning phone calls, managing folders + records, scanning information for personnel, and running any other errands. I learned basic office etiquette and skills, with the workplace culture you really keep to your own but its nothing but a friendly environment. The hardest part was learning how to time manage to get everything done within the 8 hours.