Does Pam take care of their teams..?

Discussion in 'PAM' started by Darkwing662, May 8, 2012.

  1. Noggin

    Noggin Road Train Member

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    No, this was just sarcasm. ;)
     
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  3. skokz

    skokz Light Load Member

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    Msg me if you live near akron or columbus, ohio. Dallas or houston, texas. Danville or wytheville, va since we don't take our trucks home so you need to live near a terminal.
     
  4. airforcetoo

    airforcetoo Heavy Load Member

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    Huh?? Why message you?? And what do you mean you dont take your truck home? Why not???
     
  5. skokz

    skokz Light Load Member

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    In your last post you said name a company but since you don't remember dont worry about it. Means we dont take trucks home they stay at terminals during home time.
     
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  6. airforcetoo

    airforcetoo Heavy Load Member

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    ooh ok, sorry I have short term memory on here ... yeah but I don't live anywhere near there, thanks!
     
  7. mattbh23

    mattbh23 Heavy Load Member

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    PAM taking care of the teams....lol....that's a slap in the face. I am contempt with the equipment (even though we got stranded in Tucson for almost a week) pay sucks but gotta look over my C1B1 paper work to make sure I read that we will be stuck at 0.25 or 0.175 for a year. Stretched out solo runs....but it's alright.
     
  8. airforcetoo

    airforcetoo Heavy Load Member

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    it's not 25 cents a mile for the whole year. I got a raise a few weeks, if not a month ago. I think you may have to reach certain miles to get the raise though, dont take my word for it tho
     
  9. djtrype

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    17.5 cpm for teams is the starting pay. That won't be your pay the entire year. You'll should get a half cent pay increase either quarterly or bi-annually. When I started as a solo driver in 2007 it was a penny increase every quarter the first year, then half a cent increase bi-annually.
     
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  10. Noggin

    Noggin Road Train Member

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    when i started in 09 I was at 28, was at 32 by first years end, was at 34 by end of second year...
     
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  11. mattbh23

    mattbh23 Heavy Load Member

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    Ok, because I had called Payroll and Idk what she was talking about. She was saying 17 1/2 cpm for a year with teams and 0.25 cpm for solo for a year in the "contract" lol...
     
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