driving for walmart

Discussion in 'Wal-Mart' started by toombsjt, Nov 9, 2010.

  1. foggy

    foggy Light Load Member

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    Seems like a lot of what he has said has come true...are you a wal mart it monitor??
     
  2. Rubicon

    Rubicon Light Load Member

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    I personally would very much enjoy sitting in heavy traffic for 38 an hour. Just sayin
     
  3. foggy

    foggy Light Load Member

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    In trucking...there is no small stuff!!!!
     
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  4. Chewey2

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    Hello wally wife, this is Chewey as chewey2 now. I noticed this was some old postings you sited...may I askwhat things I have said that you feel are false? Things have changed somewhat since that post thanks to some of us who try to approach management artfully but most of it has come to ruin from the upper echelon at the company. Check my postings for updates and I can clarify anything you feel is wrong with citations added as to where to find the info or who to ask. Have a good day...
     
  5. Chewey2

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    lol..might be:) Their have been several on here. If you notice, bad mouthing wal mart threads have a way of disappearing on here. The company has its lawyer call them and make legal threats...and they sure are not going to fight them;)
     
  6. Chewey2

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    Quick update; the company has decided to go with forward facing cams and in cab microphones....no driver facing cams. No change in phone policy though and drivers are still getting fired for any violation of policy. Several drivers are leaving and retiring. Should be several openings but will only pay 38 cents per mile now.
     
  7. inandoutoftrouble

    inandoutoftrouble Road Train Member

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    It is good that driver facing cameras will not be in the trucks.

    HOWEVER, in cab microphones are also an invasion of privacy.

    The forward facing cameras would be more than sufficient, which could actually protect both the driver and the trucking company itself.

    God bless every American and their families! God bless the U.S.A.!
     
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  8. Chewey2

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    That is 4 weeks vac and one paid ghost vac....remember this is an open forum, not ujst wally steer techs only;)
     
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