mccormick trucking cmpany
Casey

Carrollton, GA

#23 Jan 28, 2011
I talked to an owner operator on thursday who was working for these clowns. he says he was running about 19 hours per day with NO BREAK.Sleeping 4 and heading out again.Wasn't getting paid but 47 cents per mile plus fuel.He says he is ready to quit any time.
Michael

Carrollton, GA

#24 Jan 28, 2011
LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW ó 01/15/10
DOL moves to debar mail hauling contractor and recover $1.8 million in back wages for 500 employees
The Department of Labor (DOL) will recover more than $1.8 million in back wages for more than 500 employees of MT Transportation & Logistics Services Inc., a Long Island, New York-based trucking company under contract with the United States Postal Service (USPS) to haul mail. The company and its principal officers also will be debarred from receiving future government contracts for a three-year period.

USPS mail haul contracts are subject to the prevailing wage and fringe benefits provisions of the federal McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act. The McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act requires contractors and subcontractors performing on federal service contracts in excess of $2,500 to pay service employees no less than the wage rates and fringe benefits found prevailing in the locality for the classification of work that they perform. The DOLís Wage and Hour Division cited the company and the company's officers for failing to pay their service employees the legally required hourly rates and fringe benefits.

In an administrative complaint filed with the DOLís Office of Administrative Law Judges (ALJ), the Wage and Hour Division named as respondents the company, Anthony Alvarez as president, Andrew Meyers as vice president-sales, Della Herzog as vice president-finance and Terri Chester as controller/general manager. The ALJ approved a consent findings and order to resolve the complainant when the respondents agreed to pay a total of $1,830,800 in back wages and interest for the period from December1, 2005, to December 31, 2008. The judgment also orders the company and the principal officers to be debarred from future government contracts for three years and to establish a compliance program to ensure future compliance with wage and hour laws.

The investigation was conducted by the Westbury, New York district office of the Wage and Hour Division.
Doug Williams

Carrollton, GA

#25 Feb 4, 2011
TRUCKERS BEWARE!~!!!!!!!.
OIG

New Albany, MS

#26 Feb 10, 2011
If anyone has any information pertaining to McCormick Trucking or any other Postal hauler violating DOT rules, DOL prevailing wage rules, or any other violations of law, please send an email to [email protected]

Please include name and contact number in the confidential email.

IMPORTANT: PlEASE READ and RESPOND
OIG

United States

#27 Feb 11, 2011
If anyone has any information pertaining to McCormick Trucking or any other Postal hauler violating DOT rules, DOL prevailing wage rules, or any other violations of law, please send an email to [email protected]

Please include name and contact number in the confidential email.

IMPORTANT: PlEASE READ and RESPOND
jason

Carrollton, GA

#28 Aug 21, 2011
their drivers do not get paid for late slips.Mccormick does, but they refuse to pay their drivers for them.I am glad to be washed my hands of them.
Dee

United States

#29 Aug 27, 2012
Do you all know the difference between a fairy tale and a truck drivers story? Fairy tales starts with once upon a time truck drivers story starts with you ain't going to believe this crap, both a line of bull.
theives

Murfreesboro, TN

#30 Aug 28, 2012
I donot understand why the department of labor allows this to keep happening to the workers for this company nor do i understand why the post office continues to use them knowing the law suits an back pay an the drivers operating on the road way more than the law allows seems to me someone needs to shut them down an start pulling records files or whatever they need to do to stop this i say pull their contractor license but as we all know money as long as noone cares who will shut companys like this down its obvious they care less about familys on the road with these big rigs with sleepy drivers passing by you on the road nor do they care about their employees to make them do this an cut their throat on pay wages is d.o.t blind to the log books they need to be auditted,i know i use to work for the greedy theives maybe soon the right people will step in an do the right thing
Victor

Marietta, GA

#31 Sep 11, 2012
a copy of their safety inspections.SCROLL to the bottom of the page and note the SAFETY RECORD-HORRIBLE!!!!!
http://www.safersys.org/query.asp...
yeppppp

Lynnville, TN

#32 Sep 12, 2012
off an for 6 yrs never got all my pay one time an they got rid of my log sheets
greedy

Lynnville, TN

#33 Sep 12, 2012
Anything to do with the name mcormick you know its bad things to come especially now,if the law an post office only knew what they make their drivers do an how they constantly cutt their pay got to ask how do you like bob tailing to post office for crap pay to pick up a trailer your suppose to make the same as long your in the truck starting the route yeah i worked there they are very greedy people an beware of their trucks
sam

Atlanta, GA

#34 Sep 13, 2012
what happened to MR williams in atlanta?Does he not work for these people anymore>I dont see him coming in or out of the p.o.

Since: Sep 12

Location hidden

#35 Sep 20, 2012
That's all I hear is driver's talking about how bad things are but they still work for them. I don't understand. I've been working for them for 6 yrs now. They are the reason I'm paying my bills and put food on the table for my family. They've always helped me out if I needed it. In this economy I understand that I'm lucky to even have a job. That's all I here is these drivers talking about money. Well quit and go somewhere else. The majority of you will be back. Sometimes you don't realize how good you have it until it'sgone. If drivers would concentrate on doing their jobs instead of running their mouths maybe things wouldn't be as bad for them. Look past the little things and see the big picture people. You have a decent job and millions don't. McCormick is trying to keep this company moving forward, which benefits you drivers too. No company, no job. Remember that. All companies have their ups and downs but I've been able to give my wife and kids a good life thanks to mccormick trucking. Thanks.
the owners

Lynnville, TN

#37 Sep 22, 2012
As far as i can remember he mcormick sign over ownership of mcormick trucking to his daughters to dodge a law suit he was being sued for other crooked buisness dealings the daughters are horrible to deal with no p.r. greedy as hell so drivers beware crooks in the strongest way
past driver

Tempe, AZ

#38 Sep 23, 2012
the old man has a felony on his record so he has to work thru his daughters name to be able to bid on government contracts
past driver

Tempe, AZ

#39 Sep 23, 2012
a log book? whats a log book?The response you get when asked what happens if the route cannot be ran legally by his wonderful daughter.I wish the DOT would audit this company.They would SHUT THEM DOWN the first hour.
Wayne

Dallas, TX

#41 Sep 25, 2012
sounds like these drivers are PISSED OFF. Go to a UNION if you want WHATS YOURS

http://www.teamsterslocal728.org/
RAP

West Columbia, SC

#42 Nov 19, 2012
Macon, GA --->Orlando, FL ---->Macon, Ga. They wanted to pay only 11 hours even though it takes all of a 14hr day. Barely legal, poor equipment, fight to get paid. Do the math if you really want to know!
RAP

West Columbia, SC

#43 Nov 19, 2012
the owners wrote:
As far as i can remember he mcormick sign over ownership of mcormick trucking to his daughters to dodge a law suit he was being sued for other crooked buisness dealings the daughters are horrible to deal with no p.r. greedy as hell so drivers beware crooks in the strongest way
The lawsuit stemmed from a rear-end accident where a McCormick driver was on his sixed day after running at least 14 hours a day but had logged 11 hours in a clear falsifying of logs. The driver was returned to work after he recovered from his injuries(he knew where the bones were buried)
apparently

Lynnville, TN

#44 Nov 19, 2012
RAP wrote:
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The lawsuit stemmed from a rear-end accident where a McCormick driver was on his sixed day after running at least 14 hours a day but had logged 11 hours in a clear falsifying of logs. The driver was returned to work after he recovered from his injuries(he knew where the bones were buried)
wrong law suit but who cares place is a terrible place to work office an the pr sucks

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