Please Describe What an Ideal Company Would Be Like...
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Trade was an important historical aspect of all Native tribes, both between themselves and with the explorers and settlers moving to this land. This would just continue that tradition.
I'm confident it will work out well.
I'm thinking instead of across the board profit sharing, breaking it up into units of trucks. Have say five trucks in a unit, with specific goals and dollar amounts attached to them if achieved. Then spread that across the entire company, with company wide goals and dollar amounts attached. Make it easier to manage and identify problems.dwells40 Thanks this.
Just give me a truck with cold ac and hot heat. Give me some fuel , a load, some miles and i get it there!! And when i ask to go home then get me home so i can go lay the pipe to my woman , when she starts #####in and moanin well get me another load and we do it all over again
They would provide daily food allowance.
Pay near .70 cpm.
Offer paid or discount insurance.
Throw employee party's every year.
Give choice of ELD or Exempt trucks.
Offer manual, and auto transmissions.
Allow a dog.
Have choice of 90mph truck for real drivers.
Offer 75% to 90% linehaul for owner ops.
Truck washes required weekly.
D.O.T. inspections every 2 months.
Shop at terminal.
Driver lounge, and showers, and beds also.
Trucks are all equipped with inverters, APU, microwaves, mini fridge with actual freezer compartment. And TV mounts. But no video gaming sytems allowed.
Tire discounts for owner ops.
Shop labor discounts for owner ops.
Trailers are equipped with a leaf blower.
I know I'm forgetting a few other things maybe just work with your employees strengths, and treat them with respect.
Good drivers won’t be getting tickets in a wide open truck.
I run west Texas often hauling crude in a truck that’s set at 85. I run the speed limit but when I get stuck behind a slow moving water truck or work over rig it’s nice to have a little extra pedal when I need it.
The guys who would over use it are easy to find. They are the same ones who get speeding tickets in their personal vehicles.
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