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Kriska gives drivers second raise this year


PRESCOTT, Ont. – Kriska has announced it’s increasing pay rates for the second time this year.

The company says the combined raises represent the biggest annual pay increase in the company’s history.

“Kriska has an excellent safety record,” says Kriska recruiting manager Caroline Blais. “We feel that experienced and safe drivers deserve to be compensated for their skill and effort.”

The new rates apply to company drivers and owner-operators and take effect in July. Hourly work rates are also increasing, the company says. For details visit www.kriskajobs.com.


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1 Comment » for Kriska gives drivers second raise this year
  1. Adrian Kok says:

    This raise craze ya’ll are on is tge same as dispatchers blowing smoke up ones ass! Thanks to ELDs the driver previously making 2600 miles a week is now at 2100/week thanks to this fake safety ELD craze ya’ll are on! So yes in order to keep drivers bringing home a normal wage the rates must go up or the driver shortage will double by next July! Side note, this so called ELD safety feature has done nothing for me but make me a more aggressive driver when time stares me in the face! Safety you say?? My ass it is! Its just the big boys can’t find willing and able drivers, so the ELDs are only meant to even the playing field from a compettitive stand point!

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