Discussion in 'XPO Logistics' started by freightman68, May 18, 2006.
He's mostly right.I'm a very happy dsr. I thought my replay was nice.
I actually thought your reply was nice, believe it or not. I applaud you for being honest and straightforward, instead of the usual sarcasm. I don't think Sister would have recognized the sarcasm as well as us "seasoned" CF posters would have.
Thats why I did it nice.
Thanks for your honesty and help.
My brother and I are located in Atlanta, however, he is currently OTR with Covenant and has not been home for almost 3 months. We know he is not likely to find a local/ regional postion with only 3 months driving but he really wants to come home in order to get his kids back from the wicked ex-wife. Do you have any suggestions of local companies in Atlanta?
uh- i don't think so
FedEx hasn't given their people anything, yet, for this year. and when they do i doubt very seriously it will be a dollar an hour, if it was, by the way, it would be 21.10/hr, for they make 20.10 now.
in this area they make 22.07/.52.75 a mile.No word on raise here yet
Wow... if I squint really hard I can see all you guys stuck in the back seat of a station wagon together screaming "are we there yet?...he's touching me... stop looking at me!" What's the common thread here?, we are all in an uncomfortable position wanting relief. Relief in the form of answers and/or relief in the form of job security. Do you want a better job or more money? Seldome do the two show up together. If I quit this company tomorrow it would not be to go to another trucking company. I drive 45 miles each way for work, at 16 miles per gallon. That's currently $80.00 a week in gas alone. A modest raise to address cost of living increases isn't asking too much. Dear Dave... motivate me to have a positive attitude in a positive work enviroment.
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