Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Edmonton – 6 February 2013
Training was terrible. Management new very little of what was actually happening around them. Constant staff turnover. Office staff has no patience for someone new. People were forced to leave due to office politics. Drivers were always miserable and constantly complaining. Customers were treated with little respect. Money was poor considering the amount of hours you had to work. People were hired for positions they had no business in. Over all, Do yourself a huge favour and stay away.
Driver/Labourer (Current Employee) – Medicine Hat, AB – 12 September 2017
There are postings for the drivers in the back and you all know what your lineup will look like for the next day. You also know when the landfills open up. You can plan your day. If you come to work early, you can go home early. I trained new drivers to always have a look at their next days' paperwork so they can plan and not get behind. Typically, I'll arrive at work around 4 am, do a vehicle check and make sure that I have done enough calls for a full load and am arriving at the landfill when it opens at 8 am, making the best use of my time.