- 5.0Apr 26, 2023
Great community and experience in ITSoftware DeveloperCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSalt Lake City, UT
IT management looks for people with drive and a willingness to learn-- I've seen many people onboarded from personal referrals with little to no experience and all of them have grown into their positions. The people already working there are similarly trusting of employees to make decisions as needed and are supportive. IT department is tight-knit and generally has good judgement, from what I've seen this extends to the top of the company who despite the red-tape that comes from corporate structures, still give room for employees to take initiative.
Trucking industry means a high focus on reliability and the necessity to be available at all hours if/when something goes wrong. For most people this is a pro, but a lot of IT remains work from home. For me, I find it hard to meet and branch out to people in other departments, where I would have no common work goals but would still enjoy getting to know more about my C.R. England family.1
- 5.0Aug 9, 2023Class A DriverCurrent Employee
Their dedicated accounts are pretty darn good, 2300 miles most weeks, stay out as much as you want for the most part. Good training imo but there are a lot of people with backing difficulty for their first year. Love running the western states.
They have been taking a lot of brokered freight lately, most people seem to be and obviously some of it consists of ridiculously tight docks and bs appointment windows. DM's are overworked, hard to contact.
- 1.0Sep 27, 2023Class A Truck DriverFormer Employee, more than 5 years
If you live near a hub, thats the only perk.
Office politics. No respect for drivers. No loyalty to their drivers. HR is incompetent and unreachable. Pay is based on cost of living in your hubs zip code.