School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 8 October 2013
It is a "part time" job that requires alot of increasing responsibility. Making part time money, no raises, no bonuses, no benefits, no pension, no future security. People tend to get stuck working here even well after their little ones have grown and moved on because of the independence involved with being a school bus driver on the open road as opposed to being cooped up in an office with a boss breathing down your neck.
Get to be there for your family.
Don't make enough money to be there for your family.
School bus driver (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 16 December 2017
Driving passengers from point A to B Learnt dealing with customers Management was very helpful and considerate Culture of the workplace was laidback Hardest part of the job was to be able to work in all weather conditions.
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Caledon, ON – 1 December 2017
wonderful management team, its really a fun to work with people of all ages n different cultures.I really learned a lot from this job.The hardest part of job is the snowey mornings!Its really hard to heat up the bus in chilling -20 to -30 degree celsius. Most enjoyable part is interecting with sweet n cute kids n wonderful n caring parents.Really wanna refer this job for retirees n moms with very young kids.