Report: #217911

Complaint Review: Oreilly Auto Parts - North Little Rock Arkansas

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  • Reported By: Springfield Missouri
  • Oreilly Auto Parts 4350 Stockton Dr North Little Rock, Arkansas U.S.A.

Oreilly Auto Parts Cutting Truck Drivers Wages ripoff North Little Rock Arkansas

*UPDATE Employee: Good reason

*Consumer Suggestion: You have options! Organize! Get a union contract at O'Reilly's

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Oreilly Auto Parts located in Springfield, MO Is cutting the wages for their Class A truck drivers. We were getting paid by the hour with overtime then they decided it would be better just to pay the drivers route pay with no overtime. Which wasnt to bad because you were allowed 30 minute stops and a 30 minute lunch and the way it was set up, if you hustled you could get done a couple of hours ahead of your route.

Well now the company doesnt like this setup any more and plan on cutting back on the allowed delivery time which means less money for the driver.The way it is now I lose about four thousand dollars year compared to getting paid over time and now there is no telling how much this paycut will be. So drivers beware!! This company could careless for the drivers.

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Springfield, Missouri

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#2 UPDATE Employee

Good reason

AUTHOR: Jack - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Wednesday, May 30, 2007
I work for this company and im sure that they are cutting back your ours for a good reason. If yall cared about how good of a job you did maybe this wouldnt happen. The truck driver that brings us our parts couldnt care about how he puts everything efects us he just cares about getting out of there even if it means we cant even get in our store in the morning.

P.S. Quit stealing our shrink wrap you know who you are
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#1 Consumer Suggestion

You have options! Organize! Get a union contract at O'Reilly's

AUTHOR: Steve - (U.S.A.)

POSTED: Friday, October 27, 2006

They only got away with this because the employees ALLOWED it!

Upon first presentation you should have all parked the trucks. This is called organization.

I would suggest you seek union representation. You have the legal right to form a union. I am a union truck driver. The Teamsters has most of the trucking contracts.

It is very easy to organize a small workplace, as this is your bargaining unit. If you have for example 6 drivers or so in your workplace, get together with a union rep and do a card signing. Thats all it takes! Organization after that is iminent, and everytime they violate your rights by engaging in illegal union busting,coercion, etc, you get paid!

Union labor is the only way to go. Organize NOW! And when you vote, always vote the labor ticket.

FYI..How can they cut down on the "allowed" delivery time? It takes as long as it takes! Here's how you all fight that. Trucks tend to break down...Often. AND, as an employee in control and custody of your employers equipment, you MUST be paid for your time. It is the law.

Again, it is all up to you. You are in control, NOT O'Reilly's.
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