Date: 2017-09-04 18:31
Drivers are the foundation of CRST. In our Gold Rules culture, we recognize that our drivers are the most important part of our business. Your success is vital to our company& rsquo s success! We are committed to respecting our drivers, responding to issues, and resolving problems to the best of our ability.
Veterans paid for time served.
Active Military Reservists and Honorably Discharged Veterans receive a sign on bonus and pay credit for your time served.
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High Miles High Pay!
& bull Lead Drivers earn $.58 more per mile
& bull Hazmat Mileage Bonus of $.59 more per mile
& bull Sign on bonuses available
& bull Longest length of haul in the industry
& bull Layover & amp Vacation pay
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BRUSSELS Amazon on Wednesday was told to pay about 755 million euros ($ million) in back taxes to Luxembourg, the latest . tech company to be caught up in a European Union crackdown on unfair tax deals.
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As an experienced driver you can even make more as a lead driver earning an additional $.58 per mile. With our & ldquo train your own partner& rdquo program, not only can you can earn while you train, your partner will start out with 6 month& rsquo s pay credit.
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BERLIN Volkswagen managers and unions are seeking to curb competition from lower-cost stablemate Skoda, move some of its production to Germany and make the Czech brand pay more for shared technology, company sources told Reuters.