Bus Driver (Current Employee), Fort McMurray, AB – September 16, 2014
Pros: right or wrong your cheque is in the bank
Cons: bad management, poor equipment, mickey moused together, terrible turn around and leave times, no ot, pay own flights, no travel allowance
Very poor management and bullies, Do not care about the employees, lead hands walk around thinking they are Gods, rely on scare tactics to employees to keep their jobs, no job postings, totally go against contract, management fiddles with time sheet and and does not put correct time in for payroll if ex hours worked, No OT keep disruptive employees – more... who harass other employees,,, – less
Coach Driver (Former Employee), Bonnyville, AB – August 11, 2014
Pros: co workers helpful, passengers friendly
Cons: not a set schedule and unorganized
leave home at 230am arrive to yard at 3am pretrip leave yard at 320 am drive to cold lake for 420 am leave cold lake at 445 am drive to lacorey for 510 am leave lacorey and go to foster creek for 630am and back to bonnyville for 830am then home till 3pm go to yard for 330pm upto Foster Creek for 6pm to lacorey for 730pm Cold lake for 805pm and back – more... to bonnyville for 9pm post trip and out of yard by 930pm.Was never a set schedule always changing it. Co-workers were good to work with always helpful. The people who rode the bus were the most enjoyable part of the job for getting to meet new people. – less
Dispatcher at Shell Albian Sands (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, AB – May 24, 2014
It was a wonderful opportunity for me. I learned a lot in a very short period of time, plus I joined the team at the beginning of one pitstop and transitioned into another one which was challenging, but a valued experience.
Motor Coach Operator (Former Employee), Fort McMurray, AB – December 4, 2013
Pros: camp, food, flights provided, good wage, people
Cons: management, split shifts (boring in between shifts), no overtime
- Work / Leisure balance is adequate for a short period (14/7) - Has a great safety culture brought on by Imperial Oil - Other drivers become close like family - Management is very inexperienced and has an us vs. you attitude - Plenty of favouritism and hard work and professionalism is not rewarded
Coach Driver (Former Employee), Edmonton, AB – July 29, 2013
Drove workers from camp to job site and picked them up again at the end of their shift. I learned not to trust management. My coworkers were fine, The hardest part of the job was dealing with management. The most enjoyable part was being out on the road and driving the workers back and forth.
Office Assistant (Current Employee), 1225 Riverside Dr. Abbotsford, B.C. – April 9, 2013
Pros: customer service
Cons: no advancement
I love driving, dealing with the public on a daily basis is a comfort, putting a smile on someone`s face, makes my day.
Working on the inside of the operation is just as enjoyable, answering the phone is a challenge, I try to put a positive swing on the conversation whenever a customer is unhappy or upset, it`s not easy, but agreeing with them and – more... trying to rectify the problem usually smooths them over. – less