Discussion in 'Southeastern Freight Lines' started by imported_rooster, May 23, 2007.
.52cents per mile,whats everyone think,I'm happy with it!!
I used to work in TPA.
What is the hourly now?
How much is the co-pay on insurance, was $37.50 a week for a family when I left.
Still $37.50 for family on insurance. Hourly depends on where you are, with the new raise it will be $21.25.
Was $20.05 when I left 19 months ago.
Are they still doing a rotation on the city boards, with guys having to take days off?
I was pleased as well as suprised with our raise. With the way things are now,I think it was very generous.
DC I'm not sure if they are still doing rotation days in the city at WAT or not. I'll try to find out.
I am very happy with our Raise
.52 cpm is a strong wage. I see a lot of your equipment going south from Atlanta when I make my turn to Mobile. It looks sharp and well maintained.
Thanx Unionman,they do more than a lot of companies I've driven for as far as PM goes. They seem to be doing alright on replacing equipment the last couple of years. With the new EPA engines and (I'm sure) the tax benifits for new equipment we're fortunate.
yes they are still rotating , at least in florida. not as bad as before sometimes once every 2 weeks
the raise wasn't bad . they didn't have to give us anything. but if you look at it from a percentage standpoint it is less than the cost living and less than last years based on the percentage. but like i said they didn't have to give us anything.
You are right on all accounts !!!