If your not getting miles ......

Discussion in 'Southeastern Freight Lines' started by supertrucker72, Oct 12, 2015.

  1. supertrucker72

    supertrucker72 Active Member

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    Attention linehaul/city/combo/dock if you are not getting miles or hours that are equal to a 32hour work week or a 40 hour work week deppending on state check with your local unemployment office to,see if you qualify for temporary benefits if so file file file this is more for the road drivers i can not stress this enough fellas if you are not getting miles equal to your states full time hours then go down and file for temporary unemployment on the weeks you do not reach full time status now that being said this is how the state of MO KS operate so please check and if you can please file maybe this will put a stop to the comtract carriers hauling ourfreight when southeastern has to pay unemployment. To someone STAND UP

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