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30+ days ago

Experienced Team Truck Drivers

Schneider National San Bernardino, CA

Team truck drivers are among the highest compensated in Schneider’s fleet, with many drivers earning over $71,000 per year*. This trucker position… Schneider National


13 days ago

Dedicated Truck Driver

Schneider National San Bernardino, CA

This Dedicated utility truck driver position on the GM account features daily time at home and up to $49,000 per year*. You’ll haul and unload… Schneider National


12 days ago

Dedicated Truck Driver – Sprouts Farmers Market

Schneider National San Bernardino, CA

This Dedicated truck driver position features daily time at home, up to $53,000 per year* and a predictable work schedule. Truckers will haul… Schneider National


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    Overworked, underpaid, and unappreciated

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    Former Employee - Driver Business Leader in Fontana, CA
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    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Great management experience for those new to the work force (out of college or career transition). Great people, most (outside of upper management) are really down to earth, friendly, and hard working.

    Cons

    Company values are a facade. They are only emphasized or used as a guideline when convenient for management. Office culture is work to the bone, warm bodies in seats mentality. Management has no interest in developing talent, only want to keep people in the positions they are in. Front line leaders are the work horse, while other managers try to appear busy and make themselves unavailable/unapproachable. They are also very quick to place blame on anyone else but themselves. No accountability, yet preach accountability constantly. Just a terrible, toxic environment, avoid if possible. Schneider couldn't care less how you feel or what you think. They just want to drive profit at the expense of your happiness.

    Advice to Management

    Show some interest in your team. Find ways to motivate rather than constantly riding people and piling on more responsibility. Be open to suggestions for improvement or just new ideas. Drivers aren't the only associates who need to feel valued. Stop hiding information or keeping it from everyone, it undermines the team and questions people's intelligence. Invest more in your people; profit is great but the company could do so much better if people felt valued and appreciated. Take a close, long look at some of the upper managers that are in place, stop making excuses for them and brushing incidents/associate surveys under the rug. Take action! Some of these characters are a joke and everyone knows it. I could go on and on but nobody that can make any change at Schneider will read this or do anything about it because that is the company culture. What a sad situation.

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