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- "They will lie to you, your pay will never be what it is supposed to be and then they will offer to give you some of what you were owed but charge you a fee for doing it, terrible communication, terrible management." (in 12 reviews)
- "Upper management doesn’t care about their employees and they treated us like we wasn’t part of the company." (in 10 reviews)
- "Bad communication..not organized.." (in 10 reviews)
- "The 'paid' training is actually a $100 advance on your first paycheck." (in 6 reviews)
- "Fleet Managers are humans and therefore make mistakes." (in 6 reviews)
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- 4.0Mar 26, 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Pretty good pay for starting otr driving Lots of loads No chain policy, if there's too much snow you are encouraged to stop driving
Always sitting a truck, it's boring. Most of the drivers you would be teaming with are not people you would pick to be your roommates The hotel and accomodations in chaat are absolutely terrible.
- 1.0Feb 26, 2015Student DiverFormer Employee, less than 1 yearChattanooga, TN
If they were to give you a truck after the so called 10 day training period and pay you like they say they will. The trucks would be great if they were only two years old like the recruiter sells you. The only trucks I saw were at least 10 years old and beat up and filthy. So if you want to deal with all that for a driving job that only pays you 19 cents per mile when they say it is going to be 50 cents per mile starting out then go right ahead! Have fun with it!
Everything they tell you is a lie. I went to orientation and they refuse to pay for the time I was there. They said training would be 7 to 10 days. When I got there it turned into 6 weeks. They also said when training was over you get paid normal driving rate. That turned into the training pay rate of $450 a week when it should have been $900 a week. They also said you would get your own truck after training. When I got there that turned into 6 months over the road with a trainer...4