Leased OO Pay?? 3 yrs/5 yrs/10+ yrs....Extra $$ YES or NO

Discussion in 'Ask An Owner Operator' started by JerzyTrucker, Sep 24, 2021.

Also.....Do you know of companies that do that...?

Poll closed Oct 8, 2021.
  1. No.....but they should

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  2. Yes.....I know many do

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  1. JerzyTrucker

    JerzyTrucker Bobtail Member

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    So my question is on the "Leased Owner Operators to Carrier" side

    Companies usually the same compensation to ALL Leased Owners either a flat payout zone rate or %
    Regardless the years signed on, its the same payout......thoughts please

    Should a loyal "Leased on OO" get more % pay if loyal after....
    - 3 yrs
    - 5 yrs
    - 10+ yrs
    .......if yes how much?
     
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  3. skallagrime

    skallagrime Road Train Member

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    No period.

    As an oo its your responsibility to accept and reject (or find) loads that are a good fit.

    As a loyal long term leased oo, if you arent making more than a new guy at the same place, youre doing it wrong
     
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  4. GYPSY65

    GYPSY65 Heavy Load Member

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    I think there should be a stepped pay system for any new driver Vs someone who doesn’t tear everything up

    Not company specific but rather a new driver can run as many hours. Less night driving. Etc
    Something on that order until they can prove themselves and go X months with no issues

    As an O/O leased on typically the longer you are there. Or new and prove yourself then the better runs you may get offered

    If it’s a better company then they will usually have better drivers and pay across the board
     
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