Stevens Transport – Huntsville, TX
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Stevens Transport – Huntsville, TX
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“Only pro is you get your cdl and training but other than that a horrible horrible place of employment. ”
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I have been working at Stevens Transport as an intern (more than an year)Pros
You learn to protect the motoring public and drive a heavy truck safely. But thats is pretty much it after that is all down hill.Cons
Nothing i say here is an exaggeration. This company prefers familyless, homeless, non intelligence types, or people whoms parents made then get jobs. Very Low pay so Money should not be the reason you work for this company.
They demand 4-5 weeks on the road minimum as a driver. Up to 3 months for people that do not complain. And only 3 to 4 days home after that. On the 4th day they will be calling you to get back in the truck. You will have to go thru all chains of command to get home when you request. Personell actually tell you " if you need to be home on the 15th tell you driver mgr you need to be home on the 5th. And you may get in by the 15th."
Being that you get paid by the mile, if you moniter your milage you will notice they skim or remove miles that you should have been paid for. When attempting to get reimbursed for these miles noone will cooperate with you. It like trying to find a needle in a haystack thats in the middle of an active circus with the circus tent on fire during an earthquake.
Everyone in the main office is over worked, over managed, under paid and bitter. One lady worked there for 10 yrs and barely made above minimum wage. Her fault ...yes but as a company with a ten year employee they should be ashamed. The staff does mean to take their anger and bitterness out on the students and drivers but the do. You cannot believe ANYTHING you are told by office staff. Incorrect information is given to to satisfy the person asking the question. And when that is proven wrong everyone says the says the same the...who told you that... they were wrong.
Everything that happens to there truck is your fault. If you are legally parked and in a shower and your truck is damaged.... you should not have parked there..... you need to pay..... The truck breaks down you should have caught it in you daily inspection.
If/When you leave, this company will sue you for the student loan payment before you can even setup a payment plan with them. Just not a good place to work. And no matter where you go.. any city any state there will always be an ex stevens driver that will come up to you and say the same thing. I know what your going through. I drove for stevens its one of the worst companys out here! Leave as soon as you can.
Every thing I have said here is true... even the part about the circus fire.Advice to ManagementAdvice
The system of the working poor keeps you rich so you can continue to drive the multiple $100k+ vehicles and live in the big fancy houses. while your employees walk, ride buses, or carpool and struggle to make ends meet. You company will continue to fail because there are so may drivers that you have done wrong that are spreading the word to your current drivers that not all trucking companys are as horrible as you try to brain wash everyone to think that are in the classrooms. If this message could magically end up in the right persons hands I would say to them. Improve your relationship with your drivers. Thats all.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO