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samuel brumfield
over 3 years ago
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truck driver would like to talk to randy clarke i have already submitted a app.

I have over 28 years driving

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Alyssa Hicks
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Hi Samuel, I suggest giving them a call to follow up on your application. Here's their number: (601) 276-9322 Good luck!

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Michael Hunter
4 months ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #HeartlandExpress as a #Driver ...

Don't go to Heartland if you want to make money or if you don't like being disrespected

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Jerimiah DeVries
almost 4 years ago
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Son of a....

Anyone else ever been the victim of a he said/she said argument at work? I work as a driver and a customer of mine accused me of driving drunk, when I clearly was not. She just was the worst backseat driver ever. My employer is taking the customer's side, and it's really destroyed my ability to earn money for my family.

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Brooke Plum
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I am sorry to hear that this happened to you. I would recommend that you first check and see if the company you work for has any written policies and procedures for this type of situation and how to handle them. If so did your boss follow that policy? If not then I would print out a copy of it and also if you have not had complaints from other customers for the same thing, I would email your boss so what u say is in writing with the date and explain to them that one the accusations were not true, that u have never had any other customers make complaints about this in the past, and that they did not follow the policy ( copy and paste the policy to the email) and that if given the opportunity you would have been more than willing to take either a drug test or fitness of duty exam to prove your innocence but that option was not offered. Also that u are still willing to take a test if they would like even though alcohol will only show up for 72/hours. I would stay positive and try not to be blaming anyone explain that u do understand that they have to take these complaints serious and follow up but that if there would have been a proper investigation that they would have seen that you were telling the truth and that u feel that it is unfair to be punished for something that u did not do and were not even given the opportunity to prove it. If your boss continues to not work with u then I would go over their heads to their boss and explain the situation. Tell them u tried to work it out with your boss but they are not willing to work with u. Have a copy of the email u sent as well as a copy of the policy and then it shows that u attempted to follow the chain of commands and were and are willing to take a drug test to prove yourself. Again you may want to do this in the form of an email so u have it in writing. If again they continue to refuse to work with u then I would talk with a lawyer just to see what your rights were. And look for a new job at a company that backs up their employees and treats them with respect and dignity. Good luck.

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JUDITH STONE
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Maybe you should sue her for defimation of character!

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John Somma
4 months ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #driver at #NyTimes ...

I really can't think of any mistakes I've ever made while working for the New York Times

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Erin Price
4 months ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #Uber as a #Driver ...

You should try it because it was a great experience!!

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Carlos alvira
4 months ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #Uber as a #Driver ...

On my experience is a great company that will help you in any possible way they can.

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John Huang
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Thanks for sharing Carlos! How has Coronavirus impacted you as a driver? Would love to hear more if you don't mind sharing your story in another post

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John Somma
4 months ago
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My advice to people interested in working at #NyTimes as a #driver ...

I would tell them it is a great company to work for

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Carlos alvira
4 months ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #Driver at #Uber ...

None at the contrary the driving make me a better human being

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Erin Price
4 months ago
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The biggest mistake I made as a #Driver at #Uber ...

The biggest mistake would be not going the way the customer wanted me to go and me following the gps!

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Vito DeCandia
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No, the biggest mistake you made is not knowing how to handle the rider and make him think you're doing him a favor

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Dennis Johnson
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It happens that way sometimes

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