Peterbilt Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Peterbilt Motors Company is an American-based truck manufacturer. Producing its first truck in 1939, the company specializes in commercial heavy-duty and medium-duty vehicles. Since 1958, Peterbilt has been owned by PACCAR, operating alongside sister division Kenworth Truck Company. Introduced in 1953, a large red-oval brand emblem distinguishes its vehicles.

A warehouse shared his experience, "Working at Peterbilt was not a very pleasant. You will feel like you're not wanted, you have no opinion, your manager doesn't care about you, the benefits are terrible ,you don't get any vacations until your second-year there."


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Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) says

"Working at Peterbilt it's not a very pleasant place you will feel like you're not wanted you have no opinion your manager doesn't care about you the benefits are terrible you don't accrue any vacation until your second-year there raises come Farm few"

Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) says

"manager treated certain people different then others After working there almost 2 years no raise was given and others made more than i did so UN fair company"

Delivery Driver (Former Employee) says

"Coworkers were very selfish and the management sucked, theywnere a bunch of mean people to work for. Best time of the day was when i was out delivering to customers.LunchNegative people"


"Learned a lot and gained valuable knowledge of industry worked in, met a lot of great people in industry who helped growth. Company had a bad reputation that was fairly given and accurateexperiencepay, commision rate, cost, benefits"

Service Advisor (Former Employee) says

"Myself and 2 other employees walked in New Years eve to be told we no longer have jobs - they were closing this location's shop. No heads up nothing and now they are currently refusing to give us our paychecks.noneeverything"

Mechanic (Former Employee) says

"Learned many new skills and techniques. I felt like I expanded my knowledge greatly and learned the inner workings of heavy duty engines. Felt like there was a lot of partial treatment to certain individuals that were also employed there that were acquaintances of management outside of the workplace."

Front Office Cashier (Former Employee) says

"I was continually harassed by the female employees there. They decided because I am capable, intelligent, attractive, and conscientious, that they did not like me. I brought it to my office managers attention, and because they all socialize and drink together, nothing was done. I ultimately got fired for nothing. It was an extremely toxic environment run by grown women who act they are still in high school. It was an easy job, but these women made it absolutely unbearable on a daily basis for me. Ok payToxic work environment"

Body and paint tech. (Former Employee) says

"Horrible place for work . Racist joke manager is same thing and very immature and he has he's favorite people they are just a friends and the people to work there has no profession and ethics and moral."

District Service Manager Peterbilt (Former Employee) says

"Worst company as a woman to work for. I was first female in my management position and my boss did everything to set me up to make me look bad. He spoke negatively of me in front of coworkers, even going as far as making fun of me being a single mother. I was blackballed and forced out of company after working very hard to get where I was. HR was no help, made me feel worse, insinuated it was my fault. I finally resigned. I could go on, just dont apply if you are a hard worker. They only promote people who lie and cheat."

Assembly/Engineering (Current Employee) says

"Prone to layoffs. They fire great talent for no real legit reason but will keep the worse. The only perk is the pay, but you work yourself out of a job."

Delivery Driver (Current Employee) says

"My day starts at about 8am we pull parts that have been ordered by customers we get orders invoiced and loaded in delivery vehicles.we leave at about 9am to deliver said parts to customers after all parts have been delivered we come back to the shop and then we load up parts for our second run when completed we come back to the shop clock out and our day is doneSteady employment and health benefitsShort breaks driving and traffic all day"

Technician (Current Employee) says

"I work at the dealership in ofallon mo,worst place I ever worked for,the hire in anyone that can walk for a tech,and expect the world from them,being a dealership they have big ego head people ,meaning,you say high to someone,they wont say high back,,shop is always a pig pen,techs on there phones always and allways talking and doing nothing while customer pays 120 per hour,they play load rap all the time toononedont work for them"

Shop Hand (Former Employee) says

"Nobody ever really seemed to know what was happening. Lots of mad people. Nobody was ever in a good bad. Terrible environment.. wouldnt recomend working hereNoneManagment"

Driver/Warehouse (Former Employee) says

"Everyone is Lazy and foul-mouthed. no matter how much you do beyond 100% it's still not enough, even if you are doing your job and theirs.For all the work and little to no pay with no time with family, it's not worth it.And let's not forget racism exist there.The benefitsNo advancements and one raise in 3 years."

Assembly Specialist (Current Employee) says

"working for peterbilt used to be the best job i ever had not so much any more"

Axle set assembly line specialist (Former Employee) says

"Unfair work enviroment caused me to learn i can do anything in life as long as i put my mind to it. And also to avoid politics within the company at all.PayEverything else"

Mechanic (Former Employee) says

"Basically if you don't play politics, you won't make it. Loved the work, hated the culture. Plus the manager will only give jobs that pay to people he likes.UniformsManagement"

Inventory Specialist (Former Employee) says

"The job itself is not bad but others that work there made the job miserable. There is no encouragement whatsoever and it is a very mundane place to work."

Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) says

"Very poor management. Management pushes more and more of the salesmen’s responsibilities into warehouse workers and expects everything done by end of shift. The manager of parts doesn’t care what goes on as long as the store makes money and he looks good. He stood there and watched a salesmen scream at a parts girl and did nothing. And I mean scream, he could be heard on the other end of the warehouse. Would not recommend ever getting a job there. I would flip burgers before I went back.Pay is okay. It’s mornings (if you like that).Management is garbage and salesmen treat you like trash."

Phone Operator for five states (Former Employee) says

"Not the best management. They had an employee that was out every week and they would not fire her. I just could not pick up the slack anymore. Did not value a good worker.PayHad to be answering the phones for 5 states and covering two depts. when someone was not there."

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