Western Express Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at Western Express?

2.5Work/Life Balance
2.7Job Security/Advancement
Training is prolonged and unorganized
Written by Company driver (Current Employee) from Bloomington, CA on November 2, 2018
First you aren't paid for orientation, so kiss three days of your life goodbye, second you have a hard time having the company reimburse you for cost of showing up to their yard. Now once you go through that non sense you are stuck in a hotel waiting for a trainer. Your trainer could show up the very same day or you can sit there for two weeks waiting, - more... I've seen people at the hotel there for weeks waiting. Once you are in the truck with the trainer you are paid $100/day and the goal is to drive 10 hours a day, good luck. I'm still with the company getting ready to depart but if you can make it ... - less
ProsNone that I can think of
ConsStuck in truck away from home, driving 10 hours/day
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