Just For Fun, What Would You Want To Do?

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BK's Comment
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If you couldn’t drive or didn’t want to drive, but wanted to stay with your company, what position would you want?

Personally, I would like some type of trainer position. My company doesn’t train drivers, but the new drivers they bring in go through a week of orientation. I would like to teach the orientation class. It would be challenging and fun. How about you?

Anne, you don’t drive yet, but I think you would be perfect for Human Resources. Am I right?

Turtle's Comment
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Anne, you don’t drive yet, but I think you would be perfect for Human Resources. Am I right?

Background checks

Papa Pig's Comment
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Safety department .

PackRat's Comment
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Switchboard

Joshua B.'s Comment
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Mechanic

IDMtnGal 's Comment
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"Gofer"....go fer coffee, gofer lunch, etc

Laura

George B.'s Comment
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Dispatch or the President!embarrassed.gif

Daniel B.'s Comment
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This is actually my reality. I am successfully working towards becoming a Regional Safety Coordinator for OD.

Regional:

Regional Route

Usually refers to a driver hauling freight within one particular region of the country. You might be in the "Southeast Regional Division" or "Midwest Regional". Regional route drivers often get home on the weekends which is one of the main appeals for this type of route.

BK's Comment
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Switchboard

Oh my gosh! If PackRat was on the switchboard. I would pay money for the transcripts.

PackRat's Comment
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Oh my gosh! If PackRat was on the switchboard. I would pay money for the transcripts.

I was speaking of Anne as answering the phones and the accompanying conversations, not myself.

I think I would like to be the instructor for new hire orientation.

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