I really dont want to hammer Arrow. They gave me my start in the industry. But fair is fair. Out of 6 of us coming out of A+ school, Central Tech in Drumright, Ok. who worked for Arrow, I lasted the longest. Exactly 1yr. The others were not "washouts" either. They were the same type of driver like me, Professional. This company has over a 150% turnover rate and there is reasons for that. Of the 5 others in my group, 2 of them leased from this company, ended up losing there leases, and never made any money after truck expenses. No one, especially me wanted to be a company "hopper". The next closest driver in my group to be left at 9 months. I took alot of crap off of those in the company that they make you deal with which isolates you. Biggest failure is hometime. To them, you dont have a home. Your home is only your Arrow truck. The loads is claimed to be, "first in first out", which is baldface lie to both regional, otr, and lease drivers. Favoritism is there #1 issue with loads. Driver appreciation, doesnt exist. I earned 4 safety awards, which equaled up to nothing..naada, not a cap, shirt, pen, money, raise, call from anyone from company to say thanks, you got NOTHING! Driver issues were dealt with driver managers. These DM's harrassed, ignored, lied, and threatened all of us drivers in my group. Management claims "open door policy", I dare you to go and complain about anything, because within a month it will be "show you the door policy" as they take aim at you by limiting your loads, keeping you out on the road for 2 months, and ignoring any issues you need to address with inaction and then hide behind disfunctional DM's who disregard the drivers already. I can go on and on. If you need to get into trucking and get the training, then use them for that...then get out before they "run" you out. This company is a mill of drivers, chewing them up and spitting them out. Good Luck if you go to work for them, youll need alot more than that.