Schneider – Clark, NV
• Accessorial pay plus the potential for $0.02/mile performance bonuses • Flexible Scheduling • Paid orientation/training • Paid vacation… Schneider
Schneider – Racine, WI
Dedicated truck drivers on the Harley-Davidson account earn up to $66,000 per year*, get home weekly and have a predictable work schedule. This… Schneider
Schneider – Mc Cook, IL
No experience or equipment? No problem! We will provide you the best training in the industry and help you acquire the equipment needed. Visit… Schneider
Schneider – Dallas, TX
• Mileage and accessorial pay plus potential $0.02/mile performance bonuses • Significant short haul pay for runs less than 300 miles… Schneider
The Business Skills Development Exchange Program (BSDEP) provides an opportunity for a foreign government or non-governmental organization to sponsor… Schneider
Schneider – Chatham City, GA
This Local Port Dray Owner-Operator truck driver position features daily time at home, a predictable work schedule and an earning potential of up to… Schneider
Schneider – Multnomah, OR
This Dedicated truck driver position on the Ford account features daily time at home, up to $46,000 per year* and a predictable work schedule. As a… Schneider
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I have been working at Schneider full-time for more than 5 yearsPros
Once you show how much you will drive - and do it their way - the miles will come as long as the freight is there. I did the five live loads in LA in a day to go to Phoenix. Then from Phoenix to Miami.
The office staff is willing to work with you.
They know their drivers in the office.
The mechanics take care of the equipment. Not the fastest shop. But light years better than Fontana, Gary and Atlanta.
2,700 miles per week is realistic. My norm was 12,500 per month.Cons
Like any OTR job, time away from home. The pay is lower for starting out than when I started. But if you can show a good record after six months and then negotiate a higher wage than they offer, they will pay it. I raised my CPM by almost ten cents in a three year period.
When it is slow for freight, it is really slow. So don't plan on always getting home on time.
The food at various terminals is bad. The food prepared is cheap and sold at a premium like it was a truck stop and not a home away from home.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Quit making it hard to stay as a rookie by raising the pay.
Provide a truck wash to drivers who do not get to Gary or West Memphis at least every other month.
Actually have nutrition/fitness classes available for drivers at the larger terminals. Not posters and hope to get an appointment with the rehab.
When the terminal managers, operations manager and all dbl in office recommend an office job for a driver, but that driver does not have a four year degree, listen to them. Don't tell the driver he is stuck as either a driver or mechanic. The office workers know the person much better than a generic employee in Green Bay.RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO