My current job is wearing me out and today I saw that they are hiring out of Knoxville TN and I remember hearing from somewhere about their vacation time and just wondering if it still is going on.
Are the details in pay and everything different between the regional and otr fleet? Time off is 2-3 days every 12-14 days out?
Does Millis still offer three weeks of vacation each year?
Discussion in 'Millis' started by A Bug, Feb 3, 2020.
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Chinatown Road Train Member
- Aug 28, 2011
This company advertises 4 weeks paid vacation starting the first year.
Call and ask if that's correct.
Don't know how good the company is.
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You get 3 weeks of vacation after your first year if you're on their per-diem pay. After that it's 1 week paid vacation per year. No paid vacation on straight pay.
Regional pay will be different than the OTR pay. Midwest, Southeast, and Texas regional all have different pay. Don't know what the pay is off the top of my head.
Hometime is 1.5 days for every 7 days out, up to a max of 4 days hometime at a time. Though it's not that strictly enforced. Millis is great on hometime, just don't take advantage of it too much.A Bug Thanks this.
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You can take up to a week of home time without it being an issue. By taking advantage I meant for example let's say you worked 2 weeks and you want to take 6 days off. They'll let you, but if it becomes a regular thing they'll probably request you do it "by the book", which is the 1.5 days for every 7 days that you technically earn.
I typically will do 4 days for every two weeks and it's never been a problem
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