R&L Carriers good Company to work for?

Discussion in 'R&L Carriers' started by brickhead, Jul 17, 2006.

  1. Eightbawl

    Eightbawl Member

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    LOL nothing but a bunch of wanna be's....
     
  2. Eightbawl

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    Mechanix, I don't care how much time you have with the company, stop your crying, you come here to whine?...LOL, take it up with your TM
     
  3. TruckDiver

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    Ya know eightbawl, you really aren't making a good impression. A newbie and a smartass too? :nono:
    Tsk, Tsk, Tsk............ I think you'd be wise to realize that some of us on here probably have more time at R&L than you have in trucking period.

    R&L shared services?? I call B.S. What are you some office type trying to pass yourself off as a driver? If so it ain't working.
    I think I'll just add you to my ignore list, that way I won't have to even acknowledge your existence....

    Bye bye now.......:smilie_132:
     
  4. Eightbawl

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    LOL what a bunch of whining asses on here, just like on the road (LOL) dammit boy I must have really got under his skin. Hey Truckdriver give yourself and enemma and have a moon pie to go along with it....
     
  5. insider

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    background checks

    they are done right after the hiring process, the TM has nothing to do with it. it is done at the corporate level
     
  6. 2Dumb2Quit

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    Damn Eightbawl...Who tinkled in your Wheaties. I've been here long enough to know that they ride your (_!_) to the ground when it benefits them. I'll stay for the pay and the fact that it only takes me 3 minutes to get home every night. Oh yeah, I won a free car too. Place nice and just enjoy what you got...for tomorrow may change your life forever.
     
  7. Eightbawl

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    LOL, Drink I was just toying with Trucker he kept asking for it and I gave it to him, I was just addressing some of the issues with some of the New Hires welcomed aboard with R+L,...
    :funky:
     
  8. Eightbawl

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    Yeah, you know for the short time I have been with the company P/D driver I have witnessed plenty come and go here, and most of it is the driver error...
     
  9. sco2012

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    I'll agree about the bad choice in TMs. My husband is trying to transfer and they're taking him around in circles... think HR could help him? He's been with the company 4+ years.
     
  10. insider

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    have him contact the driver recruiter in wilmington ( Ralph Helfinstine )
     
  11. HardWorker

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    I just signed on also, but there have been some things written on here that should be included information before you sign on! I worked at USFR and some drivers bought their own equipment. When the company equipment wasn't available sups would cut their chains and use their equipment. If I buy my own, can I expect this to happen to me?:toxic:
     
  12. playsinmud

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    I've never seen a substitute worker at R&L. Atleast not in my area....... I never lock my tools and I've never even had them moved on me.
     
  13. imported_Sling Blade

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    You have to lock your stuff here or it will disappear.

    You keep straps in your truck? Better lock those up too or they'll also walk.
     
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    Slingblade is right,lock your stuff up... Your pallet jack may end up being used on the dock.... Speaking of the dock why would a guy work without bennies and low pay drag a pallet jack up and down the dock????????Also I think R&L should drug test those guys:1036316054:..
     

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