Roehl begins contracts to work there?!?!?!!

Discussion in 'Roehl' started by flatbeddr3182, Sep 21, 2014.

  1. Scott72

    Scott72 Road Train Member

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    Oh that never happens.. ;)
     
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  2. TROOPER to TRUCKER

    TROOPER to TRUCKER Prayer Changes Everything

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    uh don't believe recruiters either unless they will give it to you in writing.
     
  3. Jrivas23

    Jrivas23 Light Load Member

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    What company did you start as an O/O?
     
  4. cursemark87

    cursemark87 Bobtail Member

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    can someone tell me if i can put what i owe roehl filed under bankruptcy?
     
  5. DrFlush

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  6. Texnmidwest

    Texnmidwest Light Load Member

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    BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA!!!!! I don't care who ya are....that there is funny!:D
     
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  7. cursemark87

    cursemark87 Bobtail Member

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    nevermind i got an answer from somebody thats actually smart... it got put into collections... i can indeed file it under bankruptcy <3
     

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  8. RoseWild

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    Contracting with Roehl doesn't deter me. It's a fair consideration for the fact that not only do they train you, but they pay you, pay for your hotel and most of your food for 4 weeks. I would only have a problem with the contract if I never intended to stay with them after training in the first place.
     
  9. Texnmidwest

    Texnmidwest Light Load Member

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    My sincere apologies. I truly thought you were joking. I was wrong.

    Everyone goes through hard times and when those times happen it is never a laughing matter. We have all been there and I am sure you will be fine. Good luck.
     
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  10. x1Heavy

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    Trainers are paid salary, there is a great deal amount of costs in the office to have YOU in the cab with that trainer.

    Consider this. You might spend a day backing into a dock with a delivery 20 miles away due tomorrow, carefully designed to give you a slow time to learn everything. FFE did that with me sometimes so I can throw the wife at the dock and see to it that she backs into it some days of the work week as she learns (Or not...) Deliveries don't matter much, the training does because it's your future.

    So you quit. Fine. Pay the 3000 or whatever and move on. You will discover that every one who owns a bunch of trucks will discover this stragety in time everywhere. To quit is so weak, to resolve problems... now that rocks. However...

    There are things that cross the line and you should quit instantly.
     
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