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Complaint Review: Schneider National Carriers Inc

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  • Submitted: Fri, February 15, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, June 02, 2014

  • Reported By: Don S — Green Bay Wisconsin U.S.A.
Schneider National Carriers Inc
green bay, Wisconsin United States of America

Schneider National Carriers Inc *New Drivers Beware!!!* 99% of company dirvers earn less then $22,000/year! *Beware!!!* green bay, Wisconsin

*Author of original report: $800 to $900 a week equals 4000 miles a week hahaha!!!

*UPDATE EX-employee responds: It is Only Fair to Hear Both Sides of the Story

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If you want to end in the class of the working poor you'll love getting a** raped by Schitter National.  99% of company drivers earn less then $22,000/year.  Of course Schitter has its disgusting brown nosers who get all the gravy runs and these are the retards who get trotted out everytime Schitter National wants to "prove" everything is "just peachy" here and there are only a few hundred working here.  Don't want to believe me?  

Walk up to any company pumpkin truck and ask him what the length of his average run is.   LOL    Most of the runs the company drivers are getting are in the 200 to 300 mile length.   You'll be looking at $50 a day pay so your're talking McDonald's pay.  You can't get in the middle class making less then $300/week.  And alot of the DBL dispatchers are rabid they"ll start screwing with you if you don't kiss their a** and they'll fire you at the drop of a hat for no reason they just make one up.

Everytime I hear someone say they gonna work for Schitter National I tell them don't do it unless u want to end up povertized with no retirement worth a crap as Schitter likes to steal 401k retirement money and then refuses to pay it back when they raking in big money like they doing now.

If you got half a brain don't work for Schitter National!!!

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#1 Author of original report

$800 to $900 a week equals 4000 miles a week hahaha!!!

AUTHOR: The evil dwarf - ()

You gotta be on drugs 99% of company drivers here make less then $300/week takehome.   The runs average 200 t0 300 miles a day and plan to be stuck in the northeast dealing with killer traffic and having a hell of a time finding a parking spot too boot at night.


Don't believe me?   Walk upto any pumpkin truck driver you see and ask him the average length of his runs and where he's spending most of his time driving.  99% of the time your are going to hear a horror story about wat a bummer it is to be trapped in this hellhole company.


That previous post was a complete fabrication no doubt by a company brown noser who lies when he says he's making more the $300 a week.  All i gotta say is ask around i talk to company drivers all the time and the story is always the same that working for Schitter National blows.


And in order to take home $900 a week when the average driver is makin 36cents a mile you would have to be driving around 4000 miles a week every week and if your gullible enough to believe that you gonna end up stuck in a complete loser job here.

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#2 UPDATE EX-employee responds

It is Only Fair to Hear Both Sides of the Story

AUTHOR: Lady Truck - ()

 I am an ex-employee of Schneider National Carriers.  I think it is only fair that the general public should be able to read more than one viewpoint regarding this company in order to make an informed decision about whether they want to work for this company, or not.

I began working for Schneider National after leaving USA Truck (where some weeks after my deductions I actually owed the company money instead of receiving a check and I almost never got home).  From my first day at the experienced hire orientation, I could tell this company was different.  They were very "by the book" when it comes to doing the job, stressing safety above all else.  They provided such ammentities as a company car at the operating centers, business class accomodations, a concierge desk, a physical therapy clinic, lots of clean shower rooms, and a cafeteria. The drivers that I spoke with had been driving for Schneider for years (most of them for eight years and much more), and they were very happy there. 

 I was hired, and went to work out of Obetz, Ohio as an OTR longhaul driver.  I had a wonderful driver business leader, and my paychecks varied each week based on miles- but they were good checks (usually between $600-$800 per week).  They paid me for detention and layover, paid me my sign-on bonus, stop-off pay was great for multi-stop loads, and they got me home when they said they were going to.  Attitude went a long way for me.  I tried to consistently maintain a positive attitude, do my job the way they wanted it done,

kept the door shut and the wheels turning, and provided a professional level of customer service to all of the customers I dealt with.  True, things happen- I did sit and wait for a relay that never took place once, and I did get a few loads I would rather not have been asigned, and lost a few for no apparent reason as well and had to wait a couple of hours for a new one.  But that's truck driving.  Those things happen with any company. I never waited more than a few hours for a new load assignment. 

When I had a problem, they always took care of it- and treated me with respect while doing it.  When they had to put me in a motel, it was always business class and it was paid for.  When I got sick at an operating center, they drove me to the doctor and then to pick up my prescriptions.  One time when I had to wait all day for a trailer repair and was too tired to make the delivery on time because of dealing with repairs all day, they rearranged my appointment time because they agreed with me that safety was more important than a timely delivery.  "Nothing we do is worth getting anyone hurt," is what they told me.  I did not make a habit of this- it only happened once.  The point is that they took care of me, and I enjoyed my time there.

Maybe some of you would count me as a brown noser because I believe in being a professional and my experience with Schneider was a good one.  You can call me whatever you want. I would rather be called that than to be categorized as a crybaby.   There are professionals out there who take their jobs seriously and know how to do what it takes to get the job done and form positive relationships with their coworkers, and there are disgruntled former drivers and crybabies out there who would rather blame anyone but themselves for their failures. 

I know that some people do have legitimate complaints, and I am not including them in that second category.  But it is only fair to have all of the facts before making an informed decision- and I could not read the comments I saw hear about Schneider without sharing my experience as well.  The author of the above says "If you got half a brain, do not work for Schitter National."  I agree-  If you have half of a brain, then a professional company like Schneider doesn't need you (and the general public would be safer without you sharing the road with them while driving a seventy foot long vehicle).  GO ORANGE!!!!

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