Last week I was in touch with a corporate communications person who was all eager to answers questions and get information about their company out there. So, I sent over a bunch of questions and received a reply that they wouldn't answer them and have a nice day. I asked them to reconsider and they said NO. I guess asking how much a company pays is not something they want to put out there. Now I ask you to help me find out this information. CFI did not want to tell you their detention policy or layover ($75 after 2 days free) or anything else for that matter. What the heck? Does anyone have a driver handbook from CFI or their pay rate? I think it would be interesting to get these from someone who works there. Email me HERE with whatever you might know. Once I saw they didn't have any paid holidays and the terrible layover plan I knew where this might be headed. Whatever the pay is somewhere, they should be proud to put it out there. Just like Stevens, I wouldn't go anywhere that wouldn't answer a legitimate question about the place. That is something to carefully consider before accepting an offer.
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Hi! Welcome. I'm Mark and I've been a professional truck driver for over 33 years, the last 19 years at the same company. It is time that drivers got paid for every minute that we work and we are treated like the licensed professionals we are.