Absolutely nothing special about this place. In the P&D operation, expect to be rotated off once at least every other week. When it is really slow (Jan-Feb) you may be rotated off twice in one week, however that it rare. On a typical day you will have 15 to 20 deliveries and about 4-8 pickups. It's a go go go mentality so be ready to be pressured by dispatch. My advice, one stop at a time. Here at SEFL, they love young management, of whom a lot do not have experience, driving the company into the ground. Linehaul is the only job I would recommend at this company. It's laid back, no pressure and the pay is pretty good. Management in this capacity, leaves you alone for the most part. They preach culture here a lot, but don't pay it any attention, it's just a punch line. They don't live the culture from the corporate level but expect you to do it. If you just do your job, keep your mouth shut, don't get into any accidents and show up to work mostly on time, you will be just fine. As a final note, Do not be an over achiever, it will only result in more work. Do just enough to get by and you will have more time with your family. Those that want to be a super trucker get to work long hard days working late every night while those that do just enough are rewarded to be home by 5:30 to eat dinner with your family. And for general information, seniority means absolutely nothing except for vacation and linehaul runs.
Pay, benefits, occasional cook outs, modern equipment
Young management, seniority in p&d means nothing