As the title states, I have never worked for a company that exhibits such hypocrisy, especially at the Greenville terminal! For all the sunshine and rainbows they shove up your hind parts with all the constatant/unnecessary IQ meetings, they sure know how to run you into the ground and could care less about your family time, despite preaching about their company being about family Christian values! HA! Getting called into the office constantly for any petty thing they can come up with, no matter that you put up exceptional telzon numbers day in/day out(many drivers have this complaint in Greenville). Having your integrity questioned because you forgot to wear your belt one day, give me a damn break! Oh and being blamed for getting for the POS plastic door handle breaking off one of the international prostars I drove one day! Oh and let's not forget the warning I received from a DOT cop, not an actual citation/ticket, just a warning which, because I'm an honest person with good INTEGRITY, I reported to my management and was swiftly put on final notice! Unreal! Now one small incident later in which no damage was caused, I'm now a former driver... a former driver who busted my ass for this company despite being treated like I had a target on my back, and now having my unemployment benefits denied because the scumbag arrogant management completely and in some cases falsely exaggerated my employment record to the state! Not to mention always making me feel guilty for taking extra time off under FMLA when my 1st child was born, and also when I needed a few days here and there when my wife and I were having problems(much of which was due to the long hours at SEFL). I think Tobin misunderstood the whole leadership by servitude mentality that he loves to quote from his Jesus preaching, or at least his local management surely did. The drivers in this company, and especially Greenville, get treated anything like we're "valued", and more like the Hebrew slaves of old. Depending on how my appeal goes, the Cassels family may be hearing from our attorney.