Schneider National Kept My Employment Record For Over 10 Yrs

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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You two should team drive together.

Hahaha, they'd kill each other one month in!!

BK's Comment
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Please, Lord, let this thread die.

PackRat's Comment
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Please, Lord, let this thread die.

Why? I enjoy reading the posts that have nothing related to the OP's narrative. I haven't even begun to poke fun yet.

PackRat's Comment
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You two should team drive together.

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Hahaha, they'd kill each other one month in!!

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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They'd be lost constantly, they'd be looking for a Redistribution center.

BK's Comment
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Please, Lord, let this thread die.

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Why? I enjoy reading the posts that have nothing related to the OP's narrative. I haven't even begun to poke fun yet.

Well, I guess you have a good point. I’m generally in favor of letting people have their fun except when I’m the object of said fun. Which happens a lot

PackRat's Comment
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They'd be lost constantly, they'd be looking for a Redistribution center.

That's good!

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Turtle's Comment
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Mikey B for the win!

David S.'s Comment
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Kerry, honestly man why would they not ask him about that? Why would they have him come in for an interview if they had no intention of hiring him? They did and like mr. Curmudgeon said. The interview went south.

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The recruiter didn’t blindly tell you that you were eligible for rehire. It’s their job to make sure of that before hand. So it wasn’t till after the interview that they told you were in fact not eligible. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that maybe the interview didn’t go well. Did they ask you about this safety violation at the interview?

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They wouldn't have to ask. It's on record.

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Exactly they never asked abt the so called violation it was never brought up when I 1st applied I put on my app that I worked for them back in 2008 to 2009 the initial recruiter told me I was eligible for rehire i applied back in 2018 I also was told I was eligible for rehire but I didn't take the job then I was just inquiring to see if I was eligible and they said that I was and the violation showed up in 2018 but I guess they changed there policy between 2018 to 2021. Lastly my interview did not go south it went well my background is good so is my driving record no flags came up until the end when the recruiter spoke to her boss who said I couldn't be hired because of the safety violation and I need to go get 6 months elsewhere 1st which to me is bs that was 12 years ago but it doesn't matter there's plenty of other companies out here

David S.'s Comment
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I drive for Schneider, and I’d just like to say on behalf of everyone working for Big Orange, “Whew!” You pretty much exposed all there is to know about your personality by coming on here looking for support with your query of suing Schneider over it’s HR policies & standards. Rather than work or earn your way back into this industry, you seem more interested in making a quick/easy dollar by suing one of the major players in this industry. … … Also, you don’t need to repeat how Schneider unfairly terminated you 12 years ago… we already knew that. 99.99999% of the time, it’s not the driver’s fault who was terminated… it was the fault of negligent training, another driver, the four wheeler, faulty equipment, a full moon, the tides… that you still cling to that notion 12 years later reflects that you have not changed (matured) one bit, and whatever reason Schneider gave 12 years ago for firing you and recently for not re-hiring you, they were undeniably correct in their assessment of you. You’re the guy who sues after slipping on the floor because there was too much wax on it, or not enough. Schneider and the rest of the workforce needs workers, not excuse-makers.

Lol 1st off you don't know me personally so you can kick bricks with your judgemental statement. I mentioned suing because for the 100th time I thought there was a statue of limitations on how long an employer can keep your personal records period ive never sued any one in my life but if im done wrong if someone breaks a law against me u or I would be a fool not to sue simple and plain. Lastly I was 21 when I drove for schneider they trained me I drove a year for them and drove 4 months for jb hunt after never had a accident nothing my so called safety violation wasn't even an accident or any damage caused to my truck or load ok so in my eyes schneider did me dirty anyway im in my early mid 30's now with children a home owner and have grown a whole lot from then so your opinion on me means nothing to me I dont care abt schneider there's plenty of other companies out there I posted abt my experience to vent and to see if there's actually a limitation on how long your records can be kept i was wrong or right it doesn't matter either way..

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