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Holland Enterprises, Inc.

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March 29, 2021

by Malcolm Young

LOL at fake reviews

Apparently there is ONE pissed former employee or competitor that keeps putting in basically the same fake (with many many lies) negative review. Notice never with a name which I gladly supplied. I can say without a doubt it is an amazing company to work for. First off, they do provide orientation.pay for those that complete it. Second, their trucks and trailers are all less than 3 years old and they keep them in great shape. The equipment is rarely an issue, and if there is a problem it will be addressed immediately. The pay is amazing if you want to run. If you plan to be home a couple days a week then your pay will suffer. Less home time = much higher pay - simple logic. They provide satellite radio and satellite TV. They allow riders and pets from day one. They have a fantastic yard with a solid drivers lounge and perks. The dispatchers are awesome and actually know how to schedule and work with you. The safety and execs are all there to help you and make your job easier and better. Like with ALL jobs in life, you get out equal to what effort you put in. Be a team player, drive hard, and work and you will make quite a bit of money (well above other companies) and have a great time doing it. Don't believe negative reviews from nameless people when you can see the 5* reviews from the people who actually work here and know.

February 23, 2021

by Professional Driver

You will lose $20,000.00 every year you work for Holland Enterprises!!!

Working for Holland Enterprises is the worst company there is. First of all Holland Enterprises does not pay you anything to attend their orientation while other companies pay as much as $150.00 per day. There is absolutely no sign on bonus which can be as much as $10,000.00 for some companies. They tell you that they will pay you detention before you start but once you are employed they will find every excuse in the book not to pay you and even sometimes say that the customer has a three hour leeway instead of the normal two. First of all Holland Enterprises is the ONLY trucking company that pays you nothing to attend their orientation. Ship Ex pays $923.00 just to attend orientation and Pride Transportation offers a $10,000.00 sign on bonus. Nine times out of ten they will cheat you and not pay you detention. Holland Enterprises is the only employer I have had in my 49 years of life that I actually PAID to work. Dispatch had me pick up a load after an 8am delivery in which the pick up appointment time was 6am making it impossible to deliver on time so I had to pay a $150 fine to reschedule delivery. I had to pay $150 just to work, something I've never had to do in my entire life. The pay at Holland Enterprises is amongst the lowest compared to for example, Marten Transport, over the course of the year you will be paid about $20,000.00 less working for Holland Enterprises than for Marten. In essence, you will lose $20,000 every year you work for Holland Enterprises. Being family owned, Holland Enterprises is a very unscrupulous company taking advantage of people any way they can. One day, I was taking a shower at a truck stop and when I returned to my truck noticed hit and run damage. Holland Enterprises lied about the incident and put on my DAC report that I was at fault and struck a stationary object when in fact I was not even in the truck. It is no wonder that such an evil company as Holland Enterprises is unable to expand to much more than 300 trucks after nearly 50 years of being in business, in contrast to an honest and ethical company like Swift being successful with over 10,000 trucks. Finally, I suffered employee abuse when my APU broke down after my second pick up of a load in Southern California to be delivered to Minnesota in the dead of WINTER. Their trucks will not idle when you stop so if your APU doesn't work you will have absolutely no heat in your truck when you stop. Holland told me not to worry about having the APU fixed just deliver the load and when you stop stay in a hotel. Easier said than done but suffice to say I managed to make it to Minnesota and deliver the load on time as usual. After delivering the load in the freezing cold of winter, Holland Enterprises would not allow me to return to the terminal without picking up a load first at Michael Foods in Gaylord, MN which is a rural area with no nearby hotels where I can park my truck so I ended up suffering from HYPOTHERMIA. In conclusion, working at Holland Enterprises is the closest thing to modern day slavery and INHUMANITY!!!

June 18, 2020

by Jason Jackson

Tons of miles

Been working here about 6 weeks now, I was hesitant at first about the miles during COVID but these guys haven’t stopped keeping me running. I average about 3200 miles a week right now. Plus the free tv is pretty cool. Overall been a good start here

June 17, 2020

by Million Safe Miler

Worst Company in History.

There can’t possibly be a worse company to work for than Holland Enterprises. They pay you absolutely nothing to attend their orientation which can be as much as $150.00 per day at other companies. There is no sign on bonus which can be as much as $10,000 at other companies. They lie to you about paying you detention after you start working for them and make up excuses to cheat you out of detention. The pay is amongst the worst when it comes to the trucking industry and you will be paid on average $20,000 less to work for Holland Enterprises than you will elsewhere.

May 16, 2020

by OTR Driver

Working for HOLLAND ENTERPRISES is WORSE than SLAVERY.

Working for Holland Enterprises is worse than slavery. First of all Holland Enterprises is the ONLY trucking company that pays you nothing to attend their orientation. Nine times out of ten they will cheat you and not pay you detention. Holland Enterprises is the only employer I have had in my 39 years of life that I actually PAID to work. Dispatch had me pick up a load after a 9am delivery in which the pick up appointment time was 6am making it impossible to deliver on time so I had to pay a $150 fine to reschedule delivery. I had to pay $150 to work making working for Holland Enterprises worse than slavery. The pay at Holland Enterprises is among the lowest compared to for example, GP Transco, over the course of the year you will be paid about $20,000.00 less working for Holland Enterprises than GP Transco. Being family owned, Holland Enterprises is a very unscrupulous company taking advantage of people any way they can. I was parked at a truck stop and while not present in my truck, being inside the truck stop, my truck was hit by another vehicle. Holland Enterprises lied about the incident and put on my DAC report that I struck a stationary object when in fact I was not even in the truck. It is no wonder that such an evil company as Holland Enterprises is unable to expand to more than 300 trucks after nearly 50 years of being in business, in contrast to an honest and ethical company like Swift being successful with over 10,000 trucks. In conclusion, working for HOLLAND ENTERPRISES is WORSE than SLAVERY.
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Holland Enterprises, Inc.

500 Carl Olson St.
Mapleton, ND 58059