Discussion in 'Wilson Trucking' started by bigbird42368, Mar 16, 2014.
So true that's why I left Cooper and at holland now
These talks need to be out in the open to all the employees they have left. Not from managers but from the guys with their last name on the truck door.
today is Mr. Lilly's (ATL) last. After around 12 years or so he is going to OD....good luck
heard that someone in sales management has just left
i herd it was the CFO (Chief Financial Officer)...or the money man
Chris B. in FISH left. He was the "Money Man", and handled the 401k plan for WTVA for years.
thanks for the update Spam, your the man,the brain. the guts,pig liver,cow tongue and what ever else they put in that stuff ....lol
CLT- W is losing another city driver to Holland.
Sounds like their really feeling some pain there
And yet another city driver from CLT is on the way to O.D. He hasn't made it public yet,so no names for now, but they are going to miss him for sure.
It was rumored that Greg W had left WTVA and went to Holland but he in fact went to SAIA.
I didn't get this guys name, he was taking road test. He said they'd lost about 5 city in the last couple weeks, and more were on their way out, that haven't made it official yet.
Big W is going to have to throw some money at this problem if they want to stop the bleeding. That doesn't appear to be the only complaint guys are having but it is number 1
Think of all the vacation money they are saving.I bet they are.
I heard they lost their top National Sales guy a couple of weeks back
Welcome to T-Boards WTVARetired
Wanted to say Good Luck to our friend R Shoaf (CLT LH) . Robert worked hard, invested wisely and saved to retire early. Great job and good luck on the Golf Course.
I have not checked in this board in a very long time, but some of you guys remember me. I put in notice back in late March, and was allowed to work a week, then escort me off the property after 27 years, and not allowed to finish out my 4 days left of work. I wish the brothers would have asked me my opinion on what needed to be done to stop people from leaving, as I would have given an true account of my concerns, but that is the past. Lynchburg was a great terminal to work for for many years, and we never lost money there. When I was transferred up Roanoke, and being under the command of a joke of a terminal manager, I knew the end was near, when we was promoted for me. I met many good people in my years with the company, and hopefully keep a lot of friends now, after I left, but I know Wilson has seen the better days and will never be the same company it was.
Office worker in Greensboro for 30 years,was told yesterday her job had been eliminated.Guess to much accrued vacation time was responsible.
Talked to a longtime W city driver that left and is currently working through his probation period at Holland.
He had a nice route at W and left to be bottom of 100+ at Holland, so it must be getting ugly
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