#MyDotStory | Lori

#MyDotStory | Lori

My Name is Lori, and This is My Dot Story Meet Lori Driver Trainer.  Daughter. Caretaker. Since starting with Dot Foods, Lori has been able to find the sweet spot between work and life. For Lori, this balance is important because it leaves her with enough time to help...
Driver Types at Dot Transportation

Driver Types at Dot Transportation

The most frequently-asked question HR coordinators at Dot get when talking to potential drivers is: “What’s the home time like?”  That is a loaded question with a pretty lengthy answer. So, we figured creating a blog post that outlines all of our driver schedule...
The 6 Phases of Training with DTI

The 6 Phases of Training with DTI

Many people dread the first couple of weeks on their new job. Why? Because it involves change, new surroundings, and new things to get used to.  But we get it—starting a new job is stressful. So our goal is to make you feel as comfortable and safe as possible when...
Warehouse to Driver Program

Warehouse to Driver Program

Companies across the country are always looking for ways to recruit more drivers. At Dot, we found that for some people who have never been a truck driver before, entering the industry can be intimidating.  So, we created the Warehouse to Driver Program—a gradual...
Work & Construction Zone Driving Safety Tips

Work & Construction Zone Driving Safety Tips

By Mark Winters, Driver Trainer Coordinator Imagine that you, your family, or close friends are all workers in every work and construction zone you encounter. How would you drive your truck then? With summer upon us, Dot Transportation, Inc. (DTI),  wanted to provide...