Fundamental Labor Strategies believes that top performing Class A CDL truck drivers deserve top pay, respect and choice. Our truck drivers are rewarded for their performance through our straightforward driver compensation program that features a great starting pay rate and regular increases that put you in control of your earnings. We also offer a great collection of health benefits for you to choose based on the needs of you and your family. We have numerous Baltimore local truck driving job assignments from which to choose.
Whether you are looking for steady or supplemental truck driving work, Fundamental Labor Strategies employs both long-term and short-term Class A drivers, giving you control of when and how you work. In addition to our great benefits, our Class A jobs are daily driver jobs, with local routes, which allow you to spend more downtime at home with your family.
Class A Truck Driver Requirements
- Valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License
- A valid DOT Medical Card
- At least one year (12 months) of verifiable driving experience with the equipment you’ll be operating
We build long-term relationships with our drivers. Our experienced driver managers are available 24/7 to support you and your career. Everyone at Fundamental Labor Strategies listens and treats you with respect,and strives to build a team that represents the best of the best.
Apply online now for our Class A truck driving jobs or contact us at 877-357-7776 for more information!
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