I see the press release from the chief of the CDC tell people to still---NOT travel . Domestic or internationally. Great !! I am a C.D.L.-A TRUCK DRIVER and am forced to TRAVEL---O.T.R. ( Over The Road) my employer tells me I have no choices as that is for other and FORCED to work / drive 70 hours a week / driving 11 hours a day and work other than driving 4 hours a day. My pay scale is 'MILEAGE' if an employer decides to NOT pay you no state can help you as this is a separate agreement as gov't only protects those getting an HOURLY RATE, you are never paid for the whole or all the 70 hours--it is way less than minimum wage. SLAVERY DOES EXIST , how would you have to sleep / eat / work at your work not seeing others and stuck pay BIG bucks to buy food at work and only from the 'COMPANY STORE'. The model for TRUCKING is the old company store first seen in COAL MINING COMPANIES --they own the mine--that owns the town which owns the store you are force you buy food / equipment / tools / clothes , etc. that the mining company makes up. Everyone forced to buy on credit due to the expense of it all. This has to change. #TRUCKDRIVERS #cdl #stressful
Littleton, CO - C.R. England’s is offering a $10,000 signing bonus for long-haul truck drivers willing to join its team.
Need CDL Jobs? Learn more about C.R. England paid training and CDL program, see C.R. England - CDL Training
Waste Management has several CDL Driver (No Experience Required) employment opportunities throughout the Greater Chicago area.
Waste Management is another Fortune 250 company attending the CityWide job fair next Tuesday 9June 18). WM is the leading provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services in North America.
Check out the Driver and non Drive job openings currently available in your area.
Altoona, PA - Meet with US Foods hiring managers during the US Foods Hiring Event on Wednesday, March 3, from 12p - 5p, (EST).
Why You Should Attend:
Pay and Benefits:
Waste Management is Accepting applications for Residential Drivers! Home daily, competitive pay, great benefits, opportunity for growth!
Learn more about these exciting opportunities by attending one of their virtual hiring event and career information sessions on April 4th and April 8th. Go to WM - Residential CDL Driver - Hiring Event 4/7 & 4/8, 11am-6pm for more event details and registration instructions.
When you drive for Waste Management, you join a team of the best drivers in the nation - professional, well trained, and skilled. Our drivers work hard and drive safe.
They know they are valued front-line team members who are the key in making Waste Management number one in the industry. They are rewarded with competitive pay, great benefits, opportunity for growth, and they are home at night and on the weekends.
C.R. England, one of the nation’s leaders in transportation solutions, has announced its largest driver pay raise in company history and third historic pay increase for drivers since 2018.
The pay increase will benefit C.R. England’s line haul drivers in the Over the Road Division (OTR) and drivers in training and takes effect April 22, 2021.
C.R. England projects new drivers could expect to make more than 35 percent more in compensation compared to what their counterparts made last year.
This increase benefits every OTR driver that is paid mileage pay, which makes up the vast majority of our OTR fleet, read more
hi my name is freddy. i have a felony conviction from 1996. i have no parole or probation. i am trying to get my cdl through tdi but i can only try if i can get a truck company to be willing to hire me as soon as i get my cdl. its not easy but im trying to get a company to say that they will hire me. all i wnt is to be given a chance to prove my sincerety and willingness to start my life clean and not let my past choices stop me from reaching a better life. on my felony somebody died because of my negligence but i took responsibility and did my time. I was 26 when this happened and Im 45 now. we all make mistakes and all im asking is for an opportunity to prove my sincerety and willingness for work. It seems all the applicastions ive filled as soon as they see that i have a past conviction dont even think twice in throwing my application away. but im not goig to give up or get overwhelmed. Im sure someone outthere knows of a truck company willing to give me a chance if i get my CDL license or any place where I can get a job. if anyone knows how to help my email is Alfredomarty1970@yahoo.com or 205-352-3040
I live in Brewton Alabama. There are a few jobs in the area. Mostly truck driving. My question is, for the truck driving companies that provide cdl training, do you pay up front or does it come out of your paycheck after being hired? I've never driven a truck, but I have thought about it.