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I have been working at Yellow - Checker - Star Transportation full-time for less than a year
Pros – You get take home tips every night from $35-$150. I average $3,800/month take home pay after taxes. You get bonuses for taking passengers to Strip Clubs, Massage Parlors, Escort Services and other business. There are lots of side bonus opportunities which can be better than the actually pay from Yellow Checker Star Cab. The longer you work their the better quality of Cabs you get.
Cons – You work a lot of hours a week. Strange nightly hours can mess with your social life or your sleeping schedule. Also it is extremely difficult to take a day off. You will need to bring in a doctors note for not being to work for just one day.
Advice to Senior Management – Allow new drivers to take an occasional day off.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-07-12 14:30 PDT
I worked at Yellow - Checker - Star Transportation
Pros – Easy refueling , great equipment maintenance, convenient employee parking, occasional free lunch. If you did your job and followed the rules they left you alone.
Cons – Management was not very progressive, no recognition for a satisfactory or even better than average job performance did not honor negotiated contracts always trying to push the limit of collective bargaining agreement not a very generous company
Advice to Senior Management – As far as I could tell they were happy with the way things where and had no intention of changing anything.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2011-11-08 18:23 PST
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