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- "Low pay and a lot of bad loads" (in 29 reviews)
- "Driver Managers that have never driven and don’t know how it is completely clueless, you get paid pennies, have to be on the road for one whole week to get one day off and can’t exceed 5 days off, don’t care about truck issues either tell you don’t worry about or send you to a truck stop with zero certified mechanics that don’t fix the problem" (in 11 reviews)
- "Incompetent management." (in 9 reviews)
- "Very poor communication and direction given by supervisors." (in 8 reviews)
- "They told me this wouldn't happen if ' you just sign a lease' DO NOT SIGN A LEASE. you will inevitably have to train to make money." (in 6 reviews)
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- 1.0Nov 16, 2016Truck DriverFormer Employee, less than 1 yearDallas, TX
This Company is a great starter for those single driver. Good miles and ok pay. Trucks are well maintained. Travel this great country and get payed for it.
The biggest cons are You will never get home (meaning no home time). Detention pay was not there. I hated the dumb and dumber program. My co driver was a scary driver and Stevens didn't care.3Stevens Transport Response7y
There is always room for improvement. For instance, the Dumb and Dumber program was eliminated 2-3 years ago! We understand that being away from family is defiantly one of the most challenging aspects of the industry. We have been developing new training for our Driver Managers and working on new processes to ensure that our drivers make it home on time. Safety is our number one concern here at Stevens, and I apologize for your experience.
- 3.0Oct 16, 2014Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
The training is top notch and the company is very patient in teaching beginner the skills necessary to drive a truck.
The hours can be very long and you can forget about getting any home time if you want to make a decent living. Expect to spend many days at the terminal for training and matience on your equipment which is unpaid time. Very difficult to get routed close to home when you do have hometime available