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    Keim Ts. Is A Bad Company

    KEIM TS is not a good place to start your Trucking career. Very bad Trainers, If you make a commit or forget to buy your Trainer his morning coffee or evening dinner he will kick you off the Truck. I didn't have any incidents or accidents or a traffic ticket or even make 1 mistake, didn't even run over a curb. One day I said I was not tired of driving after only 3 hours on the road, the next morning I forgot to bring him his coffee and buy him his dinner so he kicked me off the truck, so I quit. I was on the truck for 2 weeks, his name starts with D.F so beware of him,
    you'll have to kiss his (you know what) day and night just to have a job.

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    Light Load Member durrty's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Intheoutfeild View Post
    KEIM TS is not a good place to start your Trucking career. Very bad Trainers, If you make a commit or forget to buy your Trainer his morning coffee or evening dinner he will kick you off the Truck. I didn't have any incidents or accidents or a traffic ticket or even make 1 mistake, didn't even run over a curb. One day I said I was not tired of driving after only 3 hours on the road, the next morning I forgot to bring him his coffee and buy him his dinner so he kicked me off the truck, so I quit. I was on the truck for 2 weeks, his name starts with D.F so beware of him,
    you'll have to kiss his (you know what) day and night just to have a job.
    threw you off the truck ? because u didnt buy him coffee,man if i bought his coffee i would have loved to see him drink it....stay strong and keep your head up

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    Medium Load Member Ken Worth's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Intheoutfeild View Post
    KEIM TS is not a good place to start your Trucking career. Very bad Trainers, If you make a commit or forget to buy your Trainer his morning coffee or evening dinner he will kick you off the Truck. I didn't have any incidents or accidents or a traffic ticket or even make 1 mistake, didn't even run over a curb. One day I said I was not tired of driving after only 3 hours on the road, the next morning I forgot to bring him his coffee and buy him his dinner so he kicked me off the truck, so I quit. I was on the truck for 2 weeks, his name starts with D.F so beware of him,
    you'll have to kiss his (you know what) day and night just to have a job.
    This is a joke,right? If that's the reason he got rid of you, then you need to talk to the owner.

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    Heavy Load Member Cerberus's Avatar
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    this can't be true. i would have used toilet water to make that coffee then laughed as he drank it. treat me like crap then drink crap loser.

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    Me too. No one should have to put up with such crapola.

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    What's the rest of the story? If there isn't any, I'd be filing papers on them...

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    Medium Load Member Ken Worth's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Dirt View Post
    What's the rest of the story? If there isn't any, I'd be filing papers on them...
    I'm sure there's another side to this. I'd sure like to hear what it is? My trainer was excellent and I wasn't the easiest guy to train. Like I said...if this was true, that trainer would be looking for a new job and that student would be riding with someone else.

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    i worked for keim for three years and enjoyed all my time there. the only reason i left was to take a home everyday ltl job, otherwise i would still be there.
    i still keep in touch with a couple of the people there, and i believe there is more to this story, hopefully we''ll hear "the rest of the story" how bout it G***Y.
    this person never even made it off the trainer, so how does he know what a good or bad company is?

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    My boyfriend is thinking about applying with Keim. Their website says that family is important and since he has 2 kids he thinks that this might be a good company to work for. Any comments?

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    how far from ft dodge do you live?

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