CRST Expedited – Saint Petersburg, FL +7 locations
CRST sponsors hundreds of people yearly in getting their CDL A license by working with qualified truck driving schools across the country. Driving… CareerBuilder
CRST Expedited – Saint Petersburg, FL +3 locations
Other carriers may promise big sign-on bonuses, and then pay them out over long periods of time sometimes up to five years. Here at CRST Expedited… CareerBuilder
CRST Expedited – Tampa, FL
Join our team of professionals and work with one of the nations largest team carriers. As a recent graduate of a CDL Class A license training school… CareerBuilder
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I have been working at CRST Expedited full-timePros
It is a quick way to get your cdl if you can't afford the school for yourself. Hot Guys, and Girls work in dispatch, HQ.
they hire anyone with a pulse and a body temperature of 98.6 roughly and 22 chromosomes. (but that is questionable).Cons
Uh Grab a Snickers* you will be here a while
firstly Will the driver whom removed the brain from Maintenance please return it..they have been lacking it long before I even started
secondly the night crew has no clue what goes on in a truck or how it operates
thirdly the maintenance would rather you drive on old tires that are questionable at best.
to get a tractor fixed it takes forever and a day while the maintenance crew plays keep-a-way with the only brain there
the QUALCOMMs are really reconditioned Speak-N-Spells
the freightliners are about as rough a ride as buck board manure wagon and constantly needing repairs
the employees never take trailers to be serviced when needed. A lot of buck passing
Planning constantly canceling loads or making impossible time frames for delivery.
there computers are not much better than an ancient abacus. they often remove their shoes for numbers larger than ten.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Hire plenty of Gentlemen and Ladies with a brains and knowledge of trucking...retired drivers will do nicely in both fleet management and maintenance. find that brain and open up your wallet for new computers for the FMS and QUALLCOMMs with navigation for the drivers to plan routes and save fuel and time. I could be spending my time making loads instead of waiting for them to decide my tire gets changed. You need better people that will put their heart into the jobDoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO