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Monday, March 9, 2009

EMPLOYMENT WITH OEHLERKING HAULING

Anonymous said...
IF YOU ARE SEEKING EMPLOYMENT WITH OEHLERKING HAULING? DO NOT SIGN ANY THING, NOT EVEN THE APPLICATION...IF YOU DECIDE TO LEAVE THIS COMAPANY,THEY WILL BRING A LAWSUIT AGAINST YOU, AND PREVENT YOU FROM WORKING FOR ANY OTHER TRUCKING COMPANY... SEARCH THE MARYLAND JUDICIARY CASE WEBSITE AND SEE FOR YOURSELF JUST HOW MANY OF THE EMPLOYEE'S HAVE BEEN SUBJECTED TO THIS COMPANY'S
REVENGE TATICS.

March 7, 2009 5:07 AM

5 comments:

  1. i agree with above ,i gave them my resignation and they said i was issued a set of equipment keys that i signed for but never recievied,was threaten with a lawsuit. also delivered a craane to new orleans,which needed an escort thru tenn./state according to the blanket permit.they informed me they don't need an escort. guess what i got a ticket for not having a escort.my license is in jeporady now with tenn. there response to me they can't find the ticket and won't pay for it. now i have to pay 260$ for there there mistake. and they wonder why they have such a low d.o.t. rating.find a company that respects thier drivers ,cause this one dose'nt.

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  2. Phil Poillon - you still haven't turned in your equipment keys - have you been sued? No. The Tennessee blanket permit that you refer to above is public record and does NOT require an escort. You did not set your trailer up correctly as thus were over-legnth by a couple of feet. The ticket was for driver error. Drivers are responsible for tickets for driver errors, no matter what company you work for.

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  3. Phil Poillon - you still haven't turned in your equipment keys. These still need to be turned in, but I doubt you were threatened with a lawsuit like you claim.

    The ticket you referenced was issued to you due to driver error and not using the correct settings on your equipment. The blanket permit you reference is public record and does NOT require an escort. You didn't set your equipment up correctly, thus you were longer than your permit, thus you received a ticket for driver error. This ticket is your responsibility, no matter what company you work for.

    DOT scores are public record and Oehlerking Hauling's score is well above the national average - check it out for yourself.

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  4. Oehlerking Hauling requires employees that receive specialized training paid for by the company sign a non-compete/non competition clause. If an employee receives specialized training, they must first agree to not use the training and information they receive for the betterment of competition. If the employee takes the training and information to a competitor, Oehlerking Hauling will enforce the clause and has done so successfully.

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  5. maybe you [ the company] think your right ,but your not.just because you say i signed a sheet of paper dose'nt mean i was issued a set of keys. and your tennessee blanket permit sayes you do need a escort when your 75' long and above.I WAS MEASUERED at 78'9" long on that load. your 2 kingpin settings are only a foot apart on that trailer i was issued for that load. do the math; 78'9" - 1' = 77'9" your still overlength. bottom right side of blanket permit in outlined box [escort required}.As far as the telephone conference the other day with mdunemployment,your just a typical trucking company owner [ a liar]. your saftey record sucks and you know it and so does the state of maryland and pennslyvania .

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