Process was based on previous work and contract with them, and have to go through a staffing agency.
You're away from your family for days at a time living in a truck, a driver is always the last to be considered. The driver is the backbone of the company. Pay them for that . The driver is the one making the biggest sacrifice for the company, take care of the drivers and they will line up at the door for an opportunity to work for you. That applies to all trucking companies.
The new standard in business is business casual and therefore I would recommend dark jeans and a nice top and blazer for women and dark jeans and a golf tee for men, No ties are necessary.
I was P/T and told the broker I was going on holiday at a certain date when they hired me, then he was upset when 7 months later I told him I was taking off, even though I gave him 6 weeks advance notice and so I never went back.
Regular employees, look at temp staff from agencies like there idiots,
But temp staff is half the staff if not more, Hypocrites in management.