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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at Stevens Transport.

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37 English questions out of 37

January 27, 2020

What are perks and other benefits like at Stevens Transport?

Pros

The company side has some real benefits

Cons

However they wanted extend my time out to be a trainer to 10 months from 7

Advice to Management

Do what you say and adhere to the rules of the FMCSA

The company side has some real benefits

January 27, 2020

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September 17, 2019

What is health insurance like at Stevens Transport?

Pros

Good place to start in industry, Health benefits are good, Equipment is new, Good training programs.

Cons

Half of the people Ive experienced are toxic, don't want to do their jobs, or are incompetent, shady pay practices.

Advice to Management

Pay closer attention to the quality of services to your employees, don't overwork your people to the point where other employees suffer.

Good place to start in industry, Health benefits are good, Equipment is new, Good training programs.

September 17, 2019

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September 15, 2019

Does Stevens Transport offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

1. Recruiters will attract people with a degree and help you to get higher than industry average pay 2. Chance to interact with ownership and involvement in some overall decisions

Cons

I would definitely read the reviews of the office staff before joining this company. They have captured the overall ambiance of this place. Here is a quick summation of what I experienced: 1. Countless hours of excess work due to lack of proper staffing, outdated technology, and individuals who are not qualified to do their job purposely creating barriers against one another. Expect to work Saturdays and long hours. 2. Loyalty comes from employees who have been given jobs they have no business being in; creating barriers to any type of improvements 3. Generational ownership where claims to knowing every portion of the operation is the spiel. Sorry but working one month in one department does not mean you experienced it all. 4. Culture if you don't mind being berated and demoralized by the owners then this is the place for you. Those who have worked a long time for the family believe in their job protection at all costs. 5. Benefits suck. For a company who tries to gain overall competitiveness with employees through retaining and attracting top talent, they don't have much to offer. They match 401k up to 1600 per year which does not get vested until year 6 (that's literally less than 2% per year). No HSA plan, No FSA plan, No tuition reimbursement, Employee discounts, etc. You would also think that for the hard work you do you should deserve some time off; you earn first 3 months no PTO then you occur PTO at an incremental measurement of .375 hours a week capped at 6 days. So hopefully you or your kids don't get sick. 6. One of the flattest organizations I have ever worked for or have ever heard off. Driving employees are the bread winners for the owners; if the owners get wind of "poor treatment" of a driver by a manager, be prepared to get yelled out or an email war chain against all of the "stupid" decisions that you made. Owners watch all traffic on employee review sites and seek to destroy anyone who puts truths about their fear based leadership

Advice to Management

-Managers can't change anything if the owners are the ones who are creating the atmosphere and culture -If you have any talent or confidence in yourself, RUN AWAY!!

No HSA plan, No FSA plan, No tuition reimbursement, Employee discounts, etc.

September 15, 2019

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September 15, 2019

Does Stevens Transport offer unlimited time off?

Pros

1. Recruiters will attract people with a degree and help you to get higher than industry average pay 2. Chance to interact with ownership and involvement in some overall decisions

Cons

I would definitely read the reviews of the office staff before joining this company. They have captured the overall ambiance of this place. Here is a quick summation of what I experienced: 1. Countless hours of excess work due to lack of proper staffing, outdated technology, and individuals who are not qualified to do their job purposely creating barriers against one another. Expect to work Saturdays and long hours. 2. Loyalty comes from employees who have been given jobs they have no business being in; creating barriers to any type of improvements 3. Generational ownership where claims to knowing every portion of the operation is the spiel. Sorry but working one month in one department does not mean you experienced it all. 4. Culture if you don't mind being berated and demoralized by the owners then this is the place for you. Those who have worked a long time for the family believe in their job protection at all costs. 5. Benefits suck. For a company who tries to gain overall competitiveness with employees through retaining and attracting top talent, they don't have much to offer. They match 401k up to 1600 per year which does not get vested until year 6 (that's literally less than 2% per year). No HSA plan, No FSA plan, No tuition reimbursement, Employee discounts, etc. You would also think that for the hard work you do you should deserve some time off; you earn first 3 months no PTO then you occur PTO at an incremental measurement of .375 hours a week capped at 6 days. So hopefully you or your kids don't get sick. 6. One of the flattest organizations I have ever worked for or have ever heard off. Driving employees are the bread winners for the owners; if the owners get wind of "poor treatment" of a driver by a manager, be prepared to get yelled out or an email war chain against all of the "stupid" decisions that you made. Owners watch all traffic on employee review sites and seek to destroy anyone who puts truths about their fear based leadership

Advice to Management

-Managers can't change anything if the owners are the ones who are creating the atmosphere and culture -If you have any talent or confidence in yourself, RUN AWAY!!

You would also think that for the hard work you do you should deserve some time off; you earn first 3 months no PTO then you occur PTO at an incremental measurement of .375 hours a week capped at 6 days.

September 15, 2019

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August 21, 2019

What is paid time off like at Stevens Transport?

Pros

Really can’t think of any

Cons

Micro managing, zero work life balance, low PTO, low salary, unrealistic expectations, archaic systems, no opportunity for advancement.

Advice to Management

Be realistic with your expectations and lower the fleet count on your driver managers. Change the culture.

Micro managing, zero work life balance, low PTO, low salary, unrealistic expectations, archaic systems, no opportunity for advancement.

August 21, 2019

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