Class B CDL Driver (Current Employee) – Baltimore, MD – February 12, 2018
I only went back here because they bought my company out the pay was very well but I believe it’s a very stressful work environment which to me causes unsafe work environment you are paid by can so you have to chase the cans in order to make money management among supervisors and operations mngr were poor to say the least they micro manage and it’s always the drivers fault the superviser I had seemed very happy when he got to write you up money benefits good driver turn around probably around 78% because of poor management
Roll-Off Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Revere, MA – December 9, 2017
You arrive early every day. your responsibilities include a pre inspection of your truck and equipment, also coordinating your route. during the day you can expect to encounter many customers, it is important to maintain a positive working relationship with all. then you drive your route safely and efficiently as possible. you must come into the day rested and focused. do your very best to be independent but ask for help if needed. co workers are good go to people when you need advise so a good working relationship is a must. Then at the end of the day post trip and any necessary must be completed and then see you tomorrow!! lol
If you want long hours horrible management horrible pay well then this is the place for you and the list goes on and on i wouldn't work at this company if it was The last job on Earth also a lot of shady business practices
Don't bother with this place. Unless you need a few bucks to survive. Way better paying jobs for CDL driver then this.
CDL A Driver (Former Employee) – Michigan – September 20, 2017
You get a quick callback and answer a few questions. If they like your voice, they will schedule you an in person interview. During that, they will send a random supervisor in to ask you several dumb "tell me about a time when..." type questions. If they like you, they will give you a tour of the building. If they don't, they will tell you someone will be in touch and let you leave.
Truck Driver Class A (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – August 29, 2017
I rather get paid by the hour instead of by the day, because some of the days are long! You can finish your route in good time, but someone else have problem with theirs, you have to help them. The extra work and the money don't add up!
Class B Truck Driver (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – July 10, 2017
They keep you on you toes about safety first. Everyone is helpful and it is seen. Most days the earlier you start the earlier you get off. Uniforms and washing is provided every week. Most weekends off. Paid holidays and vacation and personal time is also given.