Walmart here I come!

Discussion in 'Wal-Mart' started by drozzer69, May 4, 2013.

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  1. Woodenleg

    Woodenleg Medium Load Member

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    If I get hired and I have a plan vacations already do you think Walmart would give me the time off
     
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  3. TomOfTx

    TomOfTx Road Train Member

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    Yes, they will. Let them know when hired and they will accommodate you.
     
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    how about the pre trip? I know what to look for but I do not know the names of every single part underneath that hood I'm not the most mechanically inclined person but I do know when there's something wrong
     
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    6848jay Bobtail Member

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    point to it and say what your looking for. I stated earlier in a post that "mounted and secured" was used a lot. example.. fan belt looks good no cuts or tears and mounted and secured. mirror on hood mounted and secured... bumper mounted and secured... just trying to help.
     
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  6. mruffin

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    i havent been on here since i transferred to florida so i thought id give you guys an update lol. its nice to be close to my daughter again. see her every day im home now instead every couple months. we won office of the year this year. so got a blooth tooth headset right out the gate. the running is much different here but its pretty good. back to slip seating which sucks but as soon as they get some new trucks in they are going to start some new programs. they cook alot down here dang i had to go up one size on my uniform shorts lol. one of the nice little perks for running florida i found out is you can run 44000 on the drives just got to watch your bridge length. makes it nice not to even have to worry bout sliding the tandems on most loads.
     
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  7. drozzer69

    drozzer69 Road Train Member

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    I'm glad your happy Mike! Just remember, Texas is always busy if you ever want to come back!
     
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    teversole1 Bobtail Member

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    How long were you with the company before you were able to transfer to Florida?
     
  9. Woodenleg

    Woodenleg Medium Load Member

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    You have to stay one year then you can transfer if there is a opening where you what to go
     
  10. timdriver81

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    Well I'm a bit disappointed with Walmart already, I specifically asked them if they would contact me at least 2 weeks before my orientation date so I could give my current employer 2 weeks notice because they have been very good to me. Well I just got my orientation letter (I thought they were going to call) today for may 18 which is 1 work week away. Don't get me wrong I still feel very fortunate they chose me but it kinda gives me a bad impression from the start. Did this happen to anyone else?
     
  11. mruffin

    mruffin Medium Load Member

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    i think ill stay lol its not as busy as texas at least doesnt seem to be so far. if you stay up north is a mix of miles and activity but if you end up at brooksville it more activity than miles. at least thats my experience so far anyway.
     
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