I worked at southeastern 4.5 years i was a p and d driver. I just recently left due to the fact of our local operations at the terminal I worked at, southeastern is a great company. the terminal I worked at became like the marine corps. We had 32 city drivers they would pile as much freight as they could 16-19 stops minimum on trailers, you couldn't even get your pallet jack on. Our city units left looking like line haul units, freight on logistic bars to customers that didn't have a dock etc etc. They would cut runs to cut cost to make their goals, running 24 drivers out of 32 normally we always had 2 to 3 out due to knee, neck, or back surgery so that left us with 30 to 29 drivers then they'd let the rest go home and you would do 25-30 stops a day get back to terminal at 6:30 to 7:30 pm go swap a trailer or start pallet jacking freight on the dock, part timers got forklifts while 20 yer old veterns were pushing drum trucks. This all started taking place within the last 6 to 7 monthes that's when it got real bad. Drivers are quiting and they can't keep dock workers. I believe in working hard but this is non sense however all terminals are not like this. I miss my co worker s and my benefits but I do not miss the way things were being done at the terminal.