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Mauricha Smith
11 days ago

Lamb Weston 🍟 is #HIRING! For our Quincy, WA facility. We have an urgent need to hire a Material Planning Coordinator & for multiple positions at ALL different skill levels. $1,000 💰 SIGN 💰 ON 💰 BONUS Current employees can earn 💰 with our referral bonus program. Check out our careers page for more info: https://lnkd.in/g3GgJAR #signonbonus #401k #benefits #careers #employeereferralbonus #potatoes #materialplanningcoordinator #planningcoordinator #materialcoordinator #coordinator #dispatch #transportation

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Omar Medeiros
over 6 months ago

Reliable Transportation Question?

What do employers consider to be reliable transportation? I see this question frequently asked on applications but I don’t know if managers want to know if I own a car or if I can get to the job on time. I don’t have a car right now but the bus system around my house and in the city gets me pretty much wherever I need to go. Would it be misleading on an application if I answer Yes or disqualify me from a job #interview if I tell them I don’t own my own car?

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Sandy Martin
over 6 months ago

I Finally Paid Off My Loans!!!

So after 3 years of college I left because it wasn’t for me. I looked into trucking since my uncle did trucking fora few years. I went and did the CDL school and have been working for this company for about 10 months now. I don’t think I want to stay OTR, I will probably go do local work after another 6 months to a year, but being able to live pretty much rent free and not worry about tons of bills is nice. I’ve been putting half my check towards my loans and as of last week I am now fully paid off… talk about a relief. I just wanted wanted to share some good news with everyone!! Stay safe, drivers

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Gregory Cherny
over 6 months ago

An icy drive

I was a trucker. A few years back I was drivin up a icy hill in the middle of winter when another semi coming down the hill started to jackknife. His trailer swung out sideways blocking the entire road and headed straight towards me!! The whole time all i could think of was this is it. Thank god no one was hurt. Must have angels on my side or something. We all walked away and I learned a lesson to never under estimate mother nature when your drivin.

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Bahram Safari
4 months ago
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Edward Breland

Hi it’s a great diverse culture in a Union environment with good benefits that are negotiated between the company and the Union in a collective bargaining agreement.

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
6 months ago

C.R. England announces its largest Driver pay raise in company history !!

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

Learn more about C.R. England compensation and employee benefits at C.R. England Careers

#CREngland #hiringnews #CDL #Transportation #Drivers #jobsearch #OTR #salary #NationWideUSA

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Vanessa Cangemi
over 6 months ago

Vanessa

Looking for a job close to home. Hate working downtown Las Vegas. So.... wheres the job site?

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Ashley Lunday
over 6 months ago

HR Professional

OK, I have been in HR for many years now and just learned something new. Now, whether it's legal or not, I need to do my research. My guess is that it's not illegal but very unprofessional and if you are going to do this to someone just don't. Double check your facts and just don't even get into it. Don't call the potential candidate if this is your "thing". OK, so you are probably wondering"What is this thing?" Simply put, a company that I spoke with puts a milage limit on how far away from the office you can live so they may foster a better work/life balance. There are so many things wrong with this. First, if you live more than 20 miles from the office is it really going to make a huge impact? Where I live everywhere is a commute. I don't mind. Second, shouldn't that decision be left to the candidate! I mean, what if they can ride the train in or something similar? Third, it's downright unprofessional in my opinion. Who are you to tell me that I won't be productive because I live five miles further down the road. Seriously, I could go on. I am going to research this. Thoughts?

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over 6 months ago

Mary Love

How do you expect to get a job if you don't have a drivers license, especially if the job requires you to have transportation. I agree with one of the writers stating what planet are you on? I'm 63 years old and I'm not having trouble getting a job due to my age. I just recently had a back surgery so I will start job seeking again once I heal up. Also, I do not now what writer wrote because of our age the employer will pay more for our insurance. NOT true, they pay the same rate for all their employees no matter what their age is. I was a school teacher for years and I paid the same amount for insurance as a young just graduating out of college teacher did.

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