Lowest pay. Worst dispatching. Fired for no good reason.
Driver (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – 2 December 2013
Quality Carriers uses an affiliate program which causes much confusion, poor load instructions and pay discrepancies. I leaned that a company with a single management set-up is more efficient regarding load information and pay. The most enjoyable part of the job is having a lot of time off, usually sitting somewhere miles from home in a truck stop; The least enjoyable part of the job is seeing the bottom line of that bi-monthly paycheck, and wondering how I will feed my loved ones this month.
They have to treat you nicely because the pay is so low.
Low pay, confused management, expensive health insurance.
Driver (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 23 May 2017
I worked with quality carriers for less than a month they expect you to work 6 to 7 days a week don't expect to have any family time don't expect to be paid for waiting times or if you're stuck in traffic for for five hours Be prepared not to be paid either they're very shady on paying their drivers that's the reason why I quit