Walmart New Drivers Are as Valuable as Senior Drivers

Discussion in 'Wal-Mart' started by WallyDriver06, Jun 11, 2018.

  1. MilkyJay

    MilkyJay Road Train Member

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    He was a troll. That's why his troll username is no longer welcome on the forums. He'll be back with another soon enough.
     
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  3. foggy

    foggy Medium Load Member

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    Did they raise drop pay too?
     
  4. truckdriver31

    truckdriver31 Road Train Member

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    i thank its all like the old pay. there for i would say yes
     
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  5. laaylor

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    I’m only a dedicated Walmart driver; so I’m not really sure what all was changed back; but, it sure will be a lot better than what they were trying to do before. I’m sure....
     
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    NewYep: been bumped many times: no damage; no big deal to me.. I just let it go.. not worth getting into a confrontation over......:)
     
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  7. #1don

    #1don Medium Load Member

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    I work for a different private carrier won't mention here... I had a WM driver approach me about a month ago. Been with WM. he said 3 years. Asked about my company., told him what we have and what we do, and he said... And I quote " man hold on to it... Sounds even better then we have now since all the changes"
     
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  8. joshuapowell61

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    Sometimes it seems to me at least 3/4 of all the posts on this forum are a complaint of some sort. This is just a job for me, dont you guys have any sort of life outside trucking?
     
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  9. laaylor

    laaylor Road Train Member

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    Lol!
     
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  10. MilkyJay

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    Unfortunately most of those kinds of guys take their work home with them. Which is why they will get old and be lonely. I thought being married was going to be a drag. Best decision I've ever made. Never come home to a nagging wife complaining about my job because after riding with me since the start, she knows exactly what my job entails. But what do i know... I'm just more than half the age of all the super truckers out here.
     
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  11. laaylor

    laaylor Road Train Member

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    That’s awesome! I do live a lot of my life in my truck and my trucking life: but, I love it and try to remain happy and upbeat and keep smiling as much as possible..
     
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