What it means to be a grammer driver
Grammer has the best supervisors that I have ever had the privilege to work for. It’s great money and a great job all around. In fact, it’s the best company that I’ve ever worked for.
Grammer thinks about drivers first, worries about driver safety. They are not going to ask a driver to do something unless it is safe, and that means a lot to me.
I feel like I landed a great job with a family oriented company, and that they really do take care of their people.
It feels like family here. You can even talk to any management person here, even the owners, Shorty and John Whittington. It really is a great place to work.
- Choice of 2 health insurance plans (no spousal carve out)
- Company contribution to Health Savings Account upon sign up
- Company paid Short Term Disability
- Company paid Life Insurance
- Voluntary Long Term Disability
- Voluntary dental insurance
- Voluntary vision insurance
- Voluntary supplemental Life Insurance
- Ongoing paid training, including paid annual safety meetings
- 10 days Paid Time Off after 1 year
- Six Paid Holidays
- Medical Leaves of Absence
- Personal Leave of Absence
- Paid Jury Duty
- Paid Bereavement Leave
- 401K plan
- Eligible to participate at the beginning of the quarter, following 6 months of service Company match up to 2%
- Various pay packages, including percent per load and hourly
- Quarterly performance bonuses
- Mileage award recognition and milestone bonuses
- Clean inspection pay
- Orientation pay
- Training pay
- Hazmat endorsement, TWIC and passport reimbursement
Current Opening here
Owner – Operator Benefits
- Weekly settlements with a direct deposit option
- Fuel surcharge
- Charge fuel through our national network
- Trailer rental
- Maintenance assistance and coordination
- Paid detention time
- Clean inspection reward
What does it take to become a Grammer driver?
- You must have a Class A CDL, with hazmat and tanker endorsements, and a minimum of 2 years verifiable experience.
When am I eligible for company insurances?
- New hires are eligible for insurance on their 90th day.
How soon may I take paid time off?
- You may take 5 days after 6 months of service.