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I worked at CTL Transportation full-time (More than 5 years)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
I appreciated the opportunity to become a driver trainer, they gave me a lot of useful tools that came with the intercompany training.
Being a satellite terminal sometimes it felt like the office wasn't given the attention it needed in regard to equipment and information. They also took ten percent of our pay with the promise that it would be given back and it never was.
Advice to Management
In my seven years with the company there were at least five different terminal managers, I cant help but wonder why, was it bad hiring practices or were they not given the support they needed from upper management.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied in-person. The process took 1 day – interviewed at CTL Transportation (Mulberry, FL) in September 2009.
After initial job application review of qualifications and job history, was sent immediately for drug test and DOT physical. Was told I needed to obtain tanker endorsement immediately and HAZMAT endorsement within 30 days of employment. Was sent to local terminal where I was to be based for physical endurance test of climbing and descending a ladder, standing on top of a high platform. and carrying or lifting various weights. I was then scheduled for classroom HAZMAT training and testing at the same facility. After passing all tests, I was scheduled for OTJ training with an experienced driver trainer to learn the specific functions of my job for one week. People were generally friendly, some dispatchers were somewhat power trippers who delighted in denying requests for time off or advising you on what you could get fired for, even if it was just a question about a particular situation. It was somewhat of a kindergarten atmosphere and mentality. Other drivers would routinely state how they never worked for a company that hired people just so they could find ways to fire them, I somewhat agree with that assessment!
- did not have any difficult or unexpected questions Answer Question
Compensation based on pay per load. Pay was determined by driving experience and was automatically raised upon reaching the next longevity level, ie. 24 months, 36 months, etc.
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