Game: Funniest Negative Review About Your Company

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Rainy 's Comment
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"Company or lease the dispatchers will send you wherever it benifits them the most. "

uh, yeah, its called running a business!!!

"You pay truck lease payments and then they take the truck from you. No one told me the truck wasnt mine after paying $1200+ per week!"

lease means not owning aka renting. and the contract is very specific. Read the thing.

"This is the 7th lease my husband and I had and by far the worst. We have lost all we worked for due to bad freight revenue"

7 leases folks!!! it took 7 leases to realize they arent making money.

Dispatcher:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
Bruce K.'s Comment
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Seriously, I haven’t read one negative review on Schneider. Why? Because I don’t go looking for them. Why would I put any weight on someone’s opinion when I know nothing about the circumstances or the person themselves? I listened to the recruiter and then had lengthy conversations with other company reps.

I made my choice and have found that the company is demanding but very solid and provides company drivers like me excellent support, especially for new drivers like me.

Rainy 's Comment
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Good point, i never rely on reviews for books or movies..those reviewers could be morons.

But i often have used these games over the years as teaching threads.

By pointing out the BS, it helps newbies understand the difference between what is true and not.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Bruce K.'s Comment
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Remember this: I’m a very content company driver. So I don’t post any negative reviews. Only disgruntled employees do that. And it’s always because they didn’t want to do the hard work driving involves. They didn’t view it as a challenge, they viewed it as inconvenience to their preconceived notions about the easy life.

That is why negative reviews greatly outnumber positive reviews. Don’t be fooled

Rainy 's Comment
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Only disgruntled employees do that. And it’s always because they didn’t want to do the hard work driving involves.

which was the whole point of my exercise...to show exactly how ridiculous some of these people are who are posting.

"i didnt know i wouldnt own the truck at the end of my lease". REALLY?? come on. i wanted to illustrate why some companies have fewer stars due to morons.

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