Hey there I was just trying to get a little information to see if kllm hires felons

Discussion in 'KLLM' started by City boi, Jun 22, 2017.

  1. City boi

    City boi Bobtail Member

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    I just trying to see if kllm hires on a case-by-case basis and also do they provide a training program and if they do hire on a case-by-case basis how long does it have to be since your last felony anyone can help me please let me know
     
  2. Opus

    Opus Road Train Member

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    dude, from what I've seen, it's mostly about how long ago it was and what it was.

    Chinatown will be responding shortly.......guaranteed.
     
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  3. pattyj

    pattyj Road Train Member

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    Depends on what your felony is.If it has anything to do with burglary unlikely any company will hire you especially if its recent.Drug charge probably not as well.I would suggest call kllm or visit their webpage.
     
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  4. City boi

    City boi Bobtail Member

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    Yeah it was like back from 2008 the end of 2008 trying to find a company that will take me on and give me training just let me get my foot in the door that's all I need need some leads us all on top of that my case was possession of marijuana I don't see the big deal about it a lot other people seem to freak out about it when it's basically legal and half of the United States now
     
  5. UsualSuspect

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    While it may be legal in some states, it is not legal when you posses a CDL, so to the company hiring you, it is a big deal.
     
  6. G13Tomcat

    G13Tomcat Road Train Member

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    Carolina Cargo is a 2nd chance company, it's not on that list, and I'm not sure why. Western Express is very forgiving, as well. Trans Am is another possibility. Best wishes, man!
     
  7. x1Heavy

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    Pot is NOT "Basically Legal" in these United States.

    Remember, Trucking is FEDERALLY REGULATED beyond belief. And POT is Federally ILLEGAL.

    I don't feel the need to get into this too deeply. Those two little factoids should be enough to provide enough corrective thinking to "Basically." toss that out the window. Nothing is done basically in this industry.
     
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  8. Opus

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    well, you shouldn't have too much trouble finding a company. Looks like you need training too. You might want to look into grants and whatnot at your local community college as well.
     
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