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07/08/2015
By: Jeff W.
Nationwide Inc
company is run by a 23 year old that has the maturity of a 17 year old. I started working there June 29th, 2015 my first 3 days I rode with another driver. I was not told till the following Monday that I would not be paid for the 23 hours as I was in training. having 6 years experience in towing, would've never worked 1 of them days if I had known I would not be paid. I asked the owner if they held back a week and he said yes and the pay was bi weekly. Monday July 6th I called in to the dispatcher to let her know I was getting killed on calls with people not knowing where they were taking the cars and being sent to cars with no customer or keys present.I was to be paid by commission so time is very important. after I told the dispatcher I was getting killed on certain calls. the owner got on the radio telling me to stfu and screaming all kinds of other obscenities. I told the owner I would not tolerate being talked to like that and that I would be bringing the truck back. when I arrived at the office I was told not only would I not be paid for the first 3 days (23 hours) but that I would not be paid till August 5th over a month later. which is completely unacceptable and wrong! I am about to be evicted from my Apartment if I do not receive the money owed which was supposed to be paid Friday July 10th.if a business owner can treat his employees like that imagine what he will do for his customers.
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