Schneider chat room - Closed see new thread linked in the last post

Discussion in 'Schneider' started by TennMan, Dec 14, 2011.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. jakecat22

    jakecat22 Road Train Member

    1,523
    26,293
    Jul 1, 2011
    Ohio
    0
    I got pulled in and I was empty LOL
     
  2. Truckers Report Jobs

    Trucking Jobs in 30 seconds

    Every month 400 people find a job with the help of TruckersReport.

  3. oragonads

    oragonads Road Train Member

    1,116
    353
    Dec 14, 2011
    The Pacific Northwest
    0
    Well this ####### blows! Been out for 7 weeks 5 days, was scheduled to be home on the 25th but got back early. I was planning on taking 8 days off but it turns out that the portland oc only allows 5 consecutive days off but will occasionally give a 6th day if your out long. Complete BS. Just another way SNI screws you.

    Anyways, im gonna be looking at getting a local driving job on my time off. I'd like to leave a 2 week notice but dont know if I'll be able to depending when I need to start driving local. Will SNI still pay out vacation pay if im unable to give a full 2 week notice? Anyone know how far in advance vacation time has to be set and if its possible to use vacation time for a 2 week notice?
     
  4. Glp

    Glp Medium Load Member

    348
    285
    Dec 23, 2012
    Oakland, CA
    0
    I didn't have time to give a full 2 weeks notice, but I gave 1 week. Of course they send me to an area with no freight and It takes me 2 weeks to get home anyway. Getting my hourly M-F local job was the best decision I've made since getting my CDL
     
  5. Razororange

    Razororange Road Train Member

    2,082
    19,355
    Dec 20, 2011
    Milwaukee, WI
    0
    They will pay out vacation time with no 2 week notice. You don't have to give them notice either. I gave them a few days notice while my truck was in the shop for a week and Maverick was calling asking for information. My DBL also assured me that I was welcome to come back any time even though I left on such short notice.
     
  6. stevep1977

    stevep1977 Road Train Member

    3,688
    20,868
    Dec 23, 2010
    Chicago, IL
    0
    Just push out your NAT 8 days in the future and disappear for 8 days. What are they going to do, fire you? LOL
     
  7. Klatu

    Klatu Road Train Member

    1,039
    230
    Nov 26, 2010
    Argyle, TX
    0
    The company I worked for, it was the only way to get out. When vacation time came I cleaned the truck and got me a local job with Ryder. They like to put me under a load while I'm at home. So you can't leave. They get you with abandoning under load. Then put it on your DAC. Get your job. Then go on vacation. Get out quick. I even cleaned the truck out real good and took it to terminal. Make sure someone sees it nice and clean. Be safe. I wasn't worried about the vacation pay. I just wanted out.
     
  8. mickeyrat

    mickeyrat Road Train Member

    7,834
    7,505
    Nov 24, 2011
    on my 30 min break
    0
    assign that truck to someone else, is what they can and would likely do.
     
  9. BossOutlaw88

    BossOutlaw88 Road Train Member

    1,451
    352
    Oct 30, 2011
    Cali
    0
    I'm right behind you. I can't take much more of this crap. You save their truck from damage and they still #####h and moan. They micro manage through the Qualcomm too much also. I'm currently looking for a local job before they try to hurt my DAC.

    Sent from my HTC ONE courtesy of Tapatalk.
     
  10. moosc

    moosc Road Train Member

    3,284
    1,171
    Mar 5, 2009
    Lincolnton NC
    0
    Not to be a ### but did you request to be home 8 days? Must company's don't allow it unless u put in for vacation. Just because you have been out 2 months doesn't guarantee a week at home. And if you take that much time there's a high probability that they will have a another driver using that truck while your home.


    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Xparent Cyan Tapatalk 2
     
  11. oragonads

    oragonads Road Train Member

    1,116
    353
    Dec 14, 2011
    The Pacific Northwest
    0
    I actually pushed out my nat until 6/3 as that's what my home time was scheduled for. I was hoping to take the extra 2 days off since I was home earlier then planned. I called in to make sure I could start my home time early and have the extra days off and my dbl got all but hurt that I set my nat for 10 days off. He said it was against company policy to take more then 5 consecutive days off bit sometimes they can give 6 days off if your out extra long.

    Kind of pisses me off considering the only reason I was staying out for 8 weeks was to have 8 days off, also the fact I sent a message with my home time request which stated I was going to take 8 days off when I first hit the road yet he still accepted it...
     
  • Truckers Report Jobs

    Trucking Jobs in 30 seconds

    Every month 400 people find a job with the help of TruckersReport.

  • Thread Status:
    Not open for further replies.