Don't work for 7 eleven. The owner, Shakaut and manager, Natalene, at the Beecher st. Location in Adrian, MI, are a joke, so unprofessional. They favor staff and I was stuck doing everyone's job. My family and friends refuse to shop there and I won't waste 1 penny of my money in that store ever again. A lot of health code violations going on. The manager talked about all staff behind their backs and told 2 of my coworkers she was trying to get me... see more

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#1 slip seating
#2 older model trucks
#3 Third shift
#4 call ins on days off
#5 working on Holidays
#6 split days off/never two in a row
#7 delays on maintenance
#8 may have to drive hostler
#9 average $1k week gross
#10 weekly pay check
#11 frequent change of duties
#12 frequent drop and hook
#13 57’ trailers

If you have double/triple end. You will pull doubles.

#14 average 50 hours a week

Management and staff were very interesting and friendly.
The store was very near my residence,like a working distance.
I loved working there.Hours were good and flexible and sometimes overtime is encouraged.

They work you for 92 hours at a time, no breaks, and when their system gets hacked they blame you and fire you, and they only pay 8.00 hour, no holiday pay and no overtime pay

Saw this post on Facebook or somewhere and saved it because it's SO true and sharing it with this group.

1- Cover your ass. Take pictures, get it in writing, scale everything, get a dashcam and run it all the time.

2- NEVER trust a dispatcher.

3- Never enter any place you don't know how to get out of. Throw the brake, set the 4 ways and walk yourself in. always make sure you can get out.

4-. Don't screw over the next guy. Leave the truck... see more

#3 is crucial, especially if you're pulling a combination of vehicles. NEVER drive into an area that you can't back... see more

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Our house payments are lapsing and I am so scared. My wife is ill and can no longer work. We aren’t making enough to get by with the job I have now and I think we will lose our home in the next 4 months if I don’t act fast. I know it sounds nuts, but what about truck driving? I heard you can make money quickly and we really need it. Can someone please help us? What do I have to do? I’m so lost.

I own 3 small trucking company’s. There is always a shortage of good drivers. Go to local license branch and take... see more

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An old friend was the store manager so I was a quick, easy new hire

Sounds like you used your network to your advantage Justin Mithen ! This can be a great tactic for anyone to use... see more

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1. DO Not put more than 10-15 years of work experience if you have it.
2. DO NOT put the year you graduated from any or high school.
3. Do not put your birth year in your email... see more

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Thank You, very much for providing this helpful info.

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