Here’s my advice/insight after 14 months with C.R. England, and about eight days left of my two weeks notice:
-They’re a garbage company.
-They will constantly give you “just-in-time loads” that are either impossible to complete on time, or are planned by 65mph, which puts you at liability for a service failure because that doesn’t account for possible delays.
-They do not care about following the trip planning rules, and their bosses up the chain of command don’t either. You will exhaust yourself reaching out to HR and Operations managers who will give offenders perpetual slaps on the wrist for screwing you over.
-Even though they don’t give a rip about you, maintain politeness and professionalism with these creeps. The reason is they can put “unsatisfactory performance” on your hireright report, which future employers will look at.
-Even though the Driver Safety Profile score resets after a certain amount of time, they report to hireright, which is a permanent record. The tow you called in is now on your hire right report: C.R. England is friendly, aren’t they?
I could go on and on but my hand is starting to hurt.