Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at P.A.M. Transportation full-time (More than a year)
Flexible in loads and planning critria
Lack of direction in job function
Advice to Management
Learn to Train employees on your specific criteria for their job
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at P.A.M. Transportation (Tontitown, AR) in January 2015.
Sent resume and received email following day to set up interview. Went in to do interview asked the questions and answers truthfully gave profile about what I do now and what I've done, HR talked a good game but couldn't back it up, gave me all the perks and was speaking with me like I had the job, HR stated would hear back by end of week. Couple days passed heard back to set up second interview with director and another person, felt that the interview went really well; both stated they enjoyed Interviewing with me and if I did not hear anything in a couple days to contact HR next day HR sent email stating interview went well and should have an update by Thursday, Thursday rolled around didn't hear anything via phone or email, neither the following Friday or Monday or Tuesday sent email to check status never heard back, called on 1-14-15 left voice mail still nothing, chalked it up as they hired someone else, lack of professionalism to not let someone know they did not get the job, ignore emails and calls was rude of that HR , vowed to never apply for P.A.M again.
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Pretty Awesome Mileage, that's the goal! Through its subsidiaries, truckload carrier P.A.M. Transportation Services moves freight over the road throughout the US and in parts of Canada; the company offers service in Mexico via arrangements with other carriers. It has a fleet of 1,700-plus trucks, including 4,600 trailers. A majority of the company's sales come from automakers and suppliers to the auto industry; General Motors represents more than 25%. For large accounts, P.A.M. provides a dedicated fleet, in which drivers and equipment are assigned to a ...