I dislike large companies that make you pay insurance, plates, tolls, truck payments, fuel, maintenance, and take responsibility for fines or shortages, while telling you what to pick up, where to go, what you will wear, free advertising decal on your truck, and when you are to buy a new one again. All this while forbidding you to take your own freight and saving all.the employees payroll taxes, making the "employee" pay for that too on his taxesWow $100 million! "All told, approximately 19,000 current and former Swift drivers may be eligible to join the class. That means an average payout of approximately $5,000 per class member." Um, let's see. I better take my shoes off for this one. $100,000, 000 ÷ 19,000 = $5,263. Yep, that's approximately $5,000 per class member. Apparently the law firm that brought about this class action suit is doing it pro bono. What a wonderful group of attorneys!
What the drivers got out of it, I wasn't even considering. They shouldn't have done it in the first place.
$100,000,000 tends to make the higher ups in a company realize they did something wrong. (Well unless they're a bank or investment company)