Wal-Mart Jobs: Drive Trucks for Wal-Mart for Wal-Mart Employment BenefitsWritten by Margaret Wommack
Wal-Mart Stores, a private carrier, wants to hire safe truckers for their private fleet. They offer good, stable work to hard workers.Committed to inspiring safey, annually Wal-Mart recognizes excellent carriers in their respective categories. A few of those categories include Express Carrier of Year, Produce Carrier of Year, Rising Star Carrier of Year and Innovative Carrier of Year. Carriers were recognized and awarded for criteria including revenue/growth, ease of doing business, communication, flexibility, customer service and follow-up/correction of errors.
Wal-Mart wants to recruit and retain truck drivers. They offer drivers $900 a week, plus a $1000 signing bonus. Drivers are home every weekend. Requirements include having a CDL Class A drivers license for 3 months, verifiable first seat experience in last year, or 12 months experience in last 3 years. Drivers must have experience hauling 45’ and longer flatbeds or trailers.
Pepsi Jobs: Truck Driving a Major OptionWritten by Margaret Wommack
Although those new P. Diddy Pepsi commercials are very entertaining, Pepsi truck driving isn't just for P. Diddy. Pepsi is a large company that not only offers traditional job opportunities, but also truck driving jobs as well. Pepsi, a division of Pepsico, is a company built for growth. It is third largest bottling company in United States. They put their resources back into companies growth, only venturing on safe, stable acquisitions and building companies up inside. They are aware of risks and thus are more stable than many other companies.
Pepsico generates yearly revenues of $27 billion and employs 143,000 individuals, many of whom are truck drivers. Pepsi hires truckers based upon safety (potential drivers must be at least 21 years old with a clean driving record for at least last three years), willing attitude (punctuality, helpfulness, accuracy, safety, professional manner), and a minimum physical capability (since truck drivers will have to lift 40 pound loads repeatedly through day). Pepsi prides itself on offering equal employment opportunities to all people, valuing diversity in workplace.