Schneider National

by Mike
(New Jersey)

Quick question:I'm thinking of working for Schneider National.Does anyone have any comments on this company?Is it a good company to work for?

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Mar 14, 2011
go for it
by: Anonymous

I work for schnieder for 2 years company driver the pay was a little low but the miles were there,i would work for them again

Sep 02, 2008
Is Shneider National A Good Company to drive for?
by: The Crazy Trucker

From the outside looking in I would say Schneider is a decent company to work for. Here's why . . .

First keep in mind I never worked for them myself.

What I have done is talked to more than a few drivers and asked if they were happy with Schneider and probably 80% gave Schneider favorable overall comments.

Also, One day I went into the Employment Security Commission and sat down with a Schneider recruiter for probably a longer period of time than he wanted to be sitting there!

Schneider has an enormous amount of different options for company drivers. Depending on your needs and where you live. This tells me that they care about driver satisfaction.

I was in there the whole time actually trying to find out about leasing my own truck with them and he was not the guy to talk to for owner ops but he let me ask him a thousand questions without showing impatience (lol, even 15mins after he gave me the card of the Lady I needed to talk to)

This guy was out of the Charlotte NC terminal which is a good spot for the various options.

If I were you I would spend an hour at the closest truck stop and see if you can catch some drivers from near your location and see what they have to say (after you call Schneider and get their story for your location).

Let's us know what else you find out and what you decide to do man. If you go with Schneider you let us know if they treat you right or not.


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