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I worked at Atlas Oil full-time (More than a year)
The free pop and coffee was nice. There were a few good people that worked for the company.
Disappointing experience. I would not recommend this company. When I was hired, I had high expectations. Then, I knew of their dispatch department forcing drivers to drive when it was below zero and freezing, ice and snowstorms. You have to argue and fight to stay home in bad weather conditions. No support. There are some employees in dispatch that will try to make drivers feel that their job was in jeopardy if they couldn't make it to work in the middle of a snowstorm or bad road & weather conditions. It was not uncommon to know drivers who worked over 14 hours in bad weather. Most problems within the company are not discussed unless it is brought to the attention to the employees by upper management. Getting maintenance work done was like pulling teeth. When problems occurred most employees will turn the other way and pretend they do not know what's going on, because of fear of losing their jobs. Most office employees don't last more than 1-2 years with this company because they get fired or they start looking in fear of losing their jobs. I felt that the truth was seldom spoken when leaders were asked questions by employees during safety meetings. One of the most common answers to a question was I will have to get back to you on that. This is the same answer you will get for at least another year if you are looking for answers and this response usually is given by the decision makers in upper management.
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