Training companies still holding orientations

Discussion in 'Motor Carrier Questions - The Inside Scoop' started by ronjeremyjr, May 12, 2020.

  1. againstthewind

    againstthewind Road Train Member

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    if you worked in their accounting dept it would all make perfect sense.
     
  2. ronjeremyjr

    ronjeremyjr Light Load Member

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    With too many drivers there’s not enough freight to go around. Put the pause on hiring.
     
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  3. bryan21384

    bryan21384 Road Train Member

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    You still sitting?
     
  4. rachi

    rachi Road Train Member

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    It seems that is what they are doing right now but its going to break wide open again as the country is opening up for business again in my humble opinion!!
     
  5. exACT driver

    exACT driver Light Load Member

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    AMEN
     
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  6. mud23609

    mud23609 Medium Load Member

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    I’m looking at touching 3200 miles this week. Freight is picking up a bit it seems.
     
  7. ronjeremyjr

    ronjeremyjr Light Load Member

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    Lucky you maybe I’ll get 3200 miles next week.
     
  8. ronjeremyjr

    ronjeremyjr Light Load Member

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    If I worked in accounting would the remodels make perfect sense too?.
     
  9. againstthewind

    againstthewind Road Train Member

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    if they understood business then yes it should make sense. even going out of business makes sense, why? just because the employees walk away with nothing doesnt mean the Ceo and owners do. example, if walmart went out of business do you think the ceos and owners would be broke like most of their employees? im no business expert but im guessn not.
     
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  10. VolunteerTrucker

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    Those trucks aren't gonna wreck themselves. This isn't maximum overdrive.
     
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