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24 days ago

Dedicated Fleet - Variety of Home Times

Crete Carrier Kansas City, MO +3 locations

• Deposited $6.3 Million in 2013 • Average driver receives $1,500 per year • Industry Leading CSA Scores • Average Equipment age of 2 years… Glassdoor


4 days ago

Home Weekly Fleet

Crete Carrier Kansas City, MO +2 locations

• Deposited $6.3 million in 2013 • Average driver receives $1,500 per year • Industry leading CSA Scores • Debt Free and Privately owned… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Top Pay Over the Road Truck Driving Jobs In Kansas City, KS

Crete Carrier Kansas City, KS

• Deposited $6.3 Million in 2013 • Average driver receives $1,500 per year • Industry Leading CSA Scores • Average Equipment age of 2 years… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Top Pay Over the Road Truck Driving Jobs

Crete Carrier Corporation Olathe, KS

Deposited $6.3 Million in 2013 Average driver receives $1,500 per year Industry Leading CSA Scores Average Equipment age of 2 years Dedicated… Classadrivers.com


30+ days ago

Top Pay Over the Road Truck Driving Jobs In Olathe, KS

Crete Carrier Olathe, KS

• Deposited $6.3 Million in 2013 • Average driver receives $1,500 per year • Industry Leading CSA Scores • Average Equipment age of 2 years… Glassdoor


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Tonn M. Ostergard
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    KC maintenance department is a joke.

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    Current Employee - Tractor Trailer Mechanic  in  Kansas City, MO
    Current Employee - Tractor Trailer Mechanic in Kansas City, MO

    I have been working at Crete Carrier full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    PTO available upon starting. No discipline at all, you can mess up a lot and not get in trouble.

    Cons

    Politics, too much of management playing favorites. New employees with lower experience and no certifications make more than older seasoned employees. High turnover rate, about one mechanic a month leaves.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Upper management (manager, not foremans) need to sit down with each employee and figure out what the problem is. The manager never leaves the office so some foremans do as they please. Don't know if you know or not but you do have a shop with some talented individuals, quit sending work out to third parties. All the money we would save doing work in-house would allow for raises for shop employees. It would be nice if middle management (foremen) were required to have an education, at least high school (which some don't). Try and keep people at Crete, our reputation is badly damaged in KC because all the former employees talking about us.

    Doesn't Recommend
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