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25 days ago

Co. Drivers Local/Reg/OTR HomeTime &

Koch Trucking Tulsa, OK

As a Koch Company Driver, you ll get the miles you need and still get plentry of home time. You ll enjoy state of the art equipment in a fleet of APU… TopUSAJobs


30+ days ago

O/O's

Koch Trucking Tulsa, OK

Owner Operators won t find a better business partner than with Koch Trucking! We know what it takes to stay profitable on the road and we strive to… TopUSAJobs


27 days ago

Dedicated Flatbed fleet-$3000 orientation Bonus

Koch Trucking Tulsa, OK

Average age of trucks is 1.5 years old! 2012 or newer Volvo 670 or International Pro Star! We have a… Getit.me


30+ days ago

Koch Trucking Seeking Owner Operators

Koch Trucking Tulsa, OK +2 locations

Divisions: Koch's many divisions offer opportunities for drivers living all across the country. Coast to coast and north to south, we have it… Classadrivers.com


Koch Companies Reviews

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Randy Koch
2 Ratings
  1.  

    Not as good as they used to be.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Regional Driver  in  Flower Mound, TX
    Current Employee - Regional Driver in Flower Mound, TX

    I have been working at Koch Companies full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    95% of the people I have dealt with seem to be genuinely happy people. A pleasure to talk to. Newer equipment that is well maintained.

    Cons

    Management makes poor/bad decisions many times without knowing everything that is needed to make a good decision. They do not want you to make money. If you make more than someone else they will cut your pay yet expect you to still work long hard hours for much less pay. I've watch multiple employees take large pay cuts that seriously hampered their lives.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Look at the work your employees are doing to earn their money instead of doing a blanket pay cut. Perhaps there are a few people making excessive money that haven't earned it.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO