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Posted:  6 years, 7 months ago

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Quit before 1 year is up?

I agree Errol V. That's been my biggest concern was if he were to have to stay home for even a month, that's truck payments and bills adding up. Things haven gotten even more hectic so he is in the process of talking to people trying to see what's best to do. I've been in and out of the hospital and doctors offices the past couple days so we are really concerned with how things will go. We just want to be as prepared as we possibly can regardless of the outcome.

I do have a question as far as if he were to come home and then go back, can he not change to company of he goes back after all this? His dispatcher told him that he would be fired if he tried to go company because Prime doesn't like when someone changes.

Posted:  6 years, 7 months ago

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Quit before 1 year is up?

He did let his dispatcher know about the situation but hasn't discussed how long he would be home and such yet. We are waiting until my next appointment before he makes any decisions. We are just trying to be prepared for anything. But if worst comes to worst and things don't go in the direction we are hoping for if he were to quit is there anything we can do so that prime doesn't try to sue him or anything? He leases his truck and if he were to be home even a month with us that would have him the whole for a while and we can't afford that on top of medical bills and a new baby.

Posted:  6 years, 7 months ago

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Quit before 1 year is up?

He is good with his dispatcher. He knows the situation but my husband hasn't talked to him about coming home and staying home until we see how my next appointment goes. We are just trying to have a plan in place and be as prepared as possible. He only has 4 months to go and he will be there a year but depending on how this turns out will depend if he will be going back right away or waiting a while. We have looked it up online but that hasn't gotten us anywhere, has anyone quit before the year is up or know of someone that did? What did or can the company do to someone that quits?

Posted:  6 years, 7 months ago

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Quit before 1 year is up?

He is with Prime. He hasn't had any issues with them or gotten into any trouble. If he goes on an unpaid leave what would happen if he works locally while home? This will be a couple months kind of thing because the baby would be born early and most likely have to stay in the hospital. And we can't go with no pay for that long.

Posted:  6 years, 7 months ago

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Quit before 1 year is up?

I'm not a driver but my husband is, he went through a company to be trained for his cdl and all that. Well I became pregnant a few months ago and I just got some bad news from my doctor a couple of days ago. I have a rare condition that can require me to be put on hospital bed rest. This is serious, I could either die or we could lose the baby. So my question is is there anything we can do if he were to quit before his year is up? He doesn't want to but when I go back to the doctor in 2 weeks if things aren't better we have no one else to help with our other kids. He is only a few months from being there a year and we dont want the company coming after us for him trying to care for his family during a time like this.

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