Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Roehl Transport in March 2014.
Interview Details – Lengthy hiring process treat you like a kid been a driver for over 30years but they treat you like crap they say they pay for everything during orientation but you get. A breakfast at the motel for lunch they throw you a brown bag with half a sandwich n a tiny bag of chips n no drink n for dinner they give you voucher for 8dlrs from a buffet restaurant costs you 15 Ford what a joke they say all new equipment but that's a lie I wouldn't work for them what they are to important for and old trucker they want rookies so they can bs them
Interview Question – ask very invasive personal questions about your medical history which has nothing to do with View Answer
Reason for Declining – See above remarks
Very Easy Interview
I applied online - interviewed at Roehl Transport in May 2014.
Interview Details – Very Articulate and understanding young woman helped me to get thru a difficult process of clearing my name with a warrant i didnt even know i had so i could continue on with the hiring process. Patience and understanding past the Mark. I totally recommend them.
Interview Question – Did u know there is a warrant out for you. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Very simple and easy
Interviewed at Roehl Transport
Interview Details – Basic Phone Screen and then they bring you into either there Marshfield, WI/Gary, IN or Atlanta, GA Terminals for a week of training both in the class room and in the truck. Feels a little like CDL school but it is worth it to screen out the bad drivers/backers. Pass a week of physical/drug screen/outside training on inspections, backing manuvers and a roadtrip you will be just fine. Just leave the floating of the gears at home.
Interview Question – They will do a background check on you... toughest part was actually just the final roadtest being that you have to drive their way. Like I said... don't float the gears and stay off any curbs. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Easy.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Roehl Transport in July 2012.
Interview Details – You will first complete your very long online application. In about 3 days I had a phone call from a recruiter she informed me she would send me some paperwork to fill out and I had to send it back. THEY ARE NOT KIDDING ABOUT THE PAPERWORK. I had a stack of paperwork that took me hours to complete. They want every detail about your work experience and DETAILED explanations about unemployed time. Do not lie at all they do verify and if a place refuses to verify you will be faxing in your w-2's for them. By the end of your packet your eyes may bleed for how many times you wrote the same information over and over again. Once the recruiter receives it they will call you and figure out a date for you to start orientation, they will bus you to the hotel. NOTE if you are going to school their and you want to finance that is another form and your credit score must be high enough, if you are going to school you WILL have to pay for your lodging and you are fully responsible for your own transportation they will not take you to and from the yard that is only for experienced drivers. So you better make friends with someone who brought their car if you aren't driving there.
Interview Question – No interview questions, if your license and background check is clean you are almost guaranteed you will get in, they need drivers Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There is no negotiation it is a set pay scale depending on your experience and if you go dry van, reefer, or flat bed.
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