Many of you have heard about the Celadon Bankruptcy situation that has affected over 3,000 drivers across the country. The Indianapolis-based company has left thousands of employees jobless right before the holidays, leaving many drivers stranded mid-route.
As more of this scheme gets unraveled, it becomes more obvious that the situation is more convoluted than it once seemed.
Curious to hear your thoughts about this...
I recently asked six different recruiters and hiring managers to tell me what the biggest mistake applicants make during the interview process is. If they repeated a mistake given by the preceding recruiter/hiring manager, I asked them to give me a different mistake.
Here are the six mistakes that could end an interview, or lead an applicant to not get a second interview/job offer...
1) Being Unaware That it's an Interview, Not an Interrogation... see more
It may be Perrysburg, Ohio, I'm not entirely sure. I just know there's a new warehouse for Amazon being built there. I would love to know when they will start hiring bodies for the actual Warehouse.
Trucking has changed so much since I retired back in 2003. The quality of drivers are not as courteous and not as professional as before.The reason is the Electronic logs and the rate of pay have been reduced. The amount of training required to obtain a CDL has dropped. I would to get back on the road but the body say I’m too old.
I may seek a local dispatcher position in Houston area.
Looking for honest work
Be patient, be careful.
Waiting for a load in the field or an empty trailer at the plant
very clean environment ,it was like everybody was family everybody helped each other even management stepped in and helped you
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Hey everyone - what's the single best piece of advice you can give to a newbie trucker? I've been asking around and love to hear everyone's thoughts. Thanks!
Keep an eye on them springs. The company says they have a good maintenance schedule to catch these problems and there have been two trucks that had broken springs. One was in a turn and caused a rollover.