Pros: i quit
Cons: took the job in the first place
I was told bos was taking workers immediately. Once I got on I'd be in a sit in job averaging 100-130, 000 a year. Not even close.
Supervisers have no idea what's going on. No idea how to manage. Sit on thier buts till something goes wrong then reams the workers in front of everyone. Very unprofessional.
Took almost 8 weeks to get hired so I missed out on 3 high paying jobs of 130, 000 a year or more waiting to get hired. For what? 50, 000 a year salary and a truck that you have to pay taxes on!!!! Worked 27 hours straight and 4 hours sleep did this for 3 days and put on 3700km just because the shop is so disorganized they sent broken machines and not all the parts.. If you need a hotel which isnt on thier list. You pay for it then wait a month to get 're reimbursed. Same with any expense that is job related.
At least an hour's paperwork every Job.if you do drugs that's ok they just hide it. Or loose your license they let you drive anyways and put you on a sit in. Your told to lie about how many hours you work .no procedures that they preach are followed and no one cares unless you get hurt. Then it's your fault cause they told you not to do this or that. Absolutely no safety. Just preached to take the liability off them. Safety was falling behind which was managements responsibility seeing as the safety manager was given no authority. So she got fired without cause.because production rules over safety.
This job is for bag lickers only. If you like to sleep in your truck. Do jobs that you weren't hired for. Enjoy being angry every day you work. Like to be given the wrong directions – more... to The work site and when you call the shop to ask where the rig is be told to find it . Then this job is for you. Labour board should be called on a regular basis. I've worked a lot a jobs. This by far. One of the worst. Management wise. Work is not hard until management is involved. – less