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Class A CDL Drivers $1050.00 Sign On Bonus

Andrus Transportation Services, Inc. Kent, WA

Are you a driver who wants to be home every week? Are you looking for steady consistent miles each week and a company that cares about your personal… Andrus Transportation Services, Inc.


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Team Drivers – new

Andrus Transportation Salt Lake City, UT

TEAM DRIVERS: GET NATIONAL PAY FOR REGIONAL WORK! Only Run 11 Western States ------ Your Starting Pay is based on Verifiable Experience… Jobg8


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    Freight Broker

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    Current Employee - Freight Broker  in  North Salt Lake, UT
    Current Employee - Freight Broker in North Salt Lake, UT

    I have been working at Andrus Transportation full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Decent opportunities for bonus. Asset based brokerage, therefore some trucks available to move some freight. Recently hired a data entry clerk to enter carrier info for brokers.

    Cons

    Inexperienced brokers, cutthroat on loads in house, new brokers will steal loads and customers from you without regard for time with customer or time spent on load, management renegotiates bonus and pay structure to their benefit regularly, no regard for long term clients or haulers that you bring with you, poor communications from management staff increases stress in an already stressful work environment. They will tell you that you are a salaried employee, but they will dock you a days pay when you are not in house. They expect you to work through breaks, lunches and after hours, but offer NO compensation for the extra time you put in for the company. The term "salary" serves to protect them from paying overtime, but goes out the window when you need time off. In essence, you are a hourly employee expected to work overtime but have NO opportunity to be paid for your extra time worked.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consistent, clear and open communication with staff regarding procedures and pay would promote less stress in the office. When someones work merits a raise, giving them praise may work for the day, but true appreciation is shown in their pay.

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