Personal lives were very much a part of the environment. Who you hang out with outside the company will get you farther up the food chain within the company. Low morals among employees was prevalent but not exclusive. I was once told that if I got in good with the swap team (trucking term) that they would give me the good swaps for my drivers to get home.
Support from management
Everything was very corporate feeling. Not a lot of individual based needs but I enjoyed most of my supervisors.
I was on a good team with a great boss who no longer works there. In fact non of the people I worked with are still there.
Freedom to work independently
Most work is don't independently.
We had company wide meetings and team meetings. There were incentives and part of our pay way bonus based so team meetings happened regularly. A lot of other things happened quickly and transparently. Things would change in the blink of an eye, some for the good, some not.
Male driven company. Trucking company. Even though plenty of women work there in the office and driving truck it is male predominate.
You are able to apply out of each position every six months to get a good background and variety of experience.
Overall compensation for your work
Compensation was very good.
Most people work on salary which means 10 hour days and every 5th Saturday. So if you have kids in daycare plan on them raising your children.
Top Trucking company in the US.
One armed security officer and one unarmed. Cameras throughout the building. Security badges.