Pat has been with Schneider for 36 years, and is currently Senior Transformation Partner for Driver and Owner-Operator Compensation and Hire-to-Pay Processes. He works to ensure accurate and timely compensation that is market competitive and performance based, designed to attract and retain driver associates. He has held several other roles, including Regional Operation Director, Director of Van Operations Support, Director of Pay Services and Operation Center Manager.
Recent Blog Posts By Pat Lilja
Schneider announces new performance pay for newly hired drivers
Schneider is rolling out yet another upgrade to its performance pay package — and it'll impact you as soon as you start with Schneider.
2019 truck driver per diem pay: advantages and tax plan impacts
Schneider is proud to continue offering truck driver per diem pay, a great way for eligible drivers to maximize take-home pay. Here’s your ultimate guide.
Schneider raises Van Truckload and Tanker driver pay again
Schneider evaluates driver pay packages every week, and in quick response to market conditions, Schneider is proud to announce more driver pay increases.
Schneider Truck Driver Pay: Average Earnings Expectations
How much does an average truck driver make? Here's a full breakdown on how much you can expect to earn at Schneider based on fleet averages, along with info on how to earn even more and maximize your truck driver pay potential.
Schneider announces new 2018 tanker driver pay increase
Tanker drivers are already among the highest earners in Schneider's fleet, and now Schneider is proud to announce a new pay increase to make that earning potential even higher.
Schneider adds another Van Truckload driver pay increase in 2018
Even after multiple pay increases in 2017 and an improved performance pay program in 2018, Schneider is proud to announce another upgrade to driver pay.
Driver pay: Schneider improves performance pay, adds automatic increases
Schneider is excited to announce significant improvements to driver pay that reward top-performing drivers even more in 2018.