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P.A.M. Transportation Reviews

34 Reviews
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34 Reviews
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Daniel H. Cushman
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    Limousine driver

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    Former Employee - Limousine Driver in Astoria, NY
    Former Employee - Limousine Driver in Astoria, NY

    I worked at P.A.M. Transportation full-time (less than a year)

    Pros

    The company division located in Queens/New York, prior to 2014 was a good place to work for in terms of management and generous benefits, whereas the immediate supervisors were always looking out for the well-being and quality of life of their drivers. In addition, the limousines were of quality class and well kept. Also, the HR department is very well-run.

    Cons

    After 2014 the management changed whereas there was no buffer between drivers and central dispatch and since there was no union drivers were getting abused. In addition, the new management had no idea how to run the driver division whereas putting politics first and quality of life second for their drivers. Also, the benefits were not so generous anymore, especially health benefits were too much on a monthly basis. Finally, the ouster of senior drivers due to company budget constraints and replacing them with new drivers that are paid less.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Management needs to stop playing politics and listen more to their veteran drivers if they want to keep good drivers and run a well maintained company instead of having a high turnover rate. Also, there needs to be a buffer between the drivers and fleet control whereas stop blaming the drivers for everything that goes wrong. In fact, the supervisors need to own up to their mistakes as well, instead of playing the blame game. Finally, the benefits need to be more generous and affordable in comparison to the rate of pay of the drivers.

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