Shuttle Driver (Former Employee) – Alberta Oil Sands – 8 July 2014
One of the greatest jobs ever to do however, the management is extremely poor. They have no respect or appreciation for the employee or their efforts. They push you around all they want and screw up your schedules and routines on you at the last minute and regularly, yet expect you to be flawless in your duties. They can be condescending towards workers always giving you runaround and BS. They fire people over pettiness. The equipment is junk largely due to worksite conditions but most of it is already old obsolete retired junk prior to service. Very adversarial environment. Great job for a butt kisser or a puppet.
Lodging and travell assistance, Great co-workers, good pay.
SCHOOL BUS DRIVER (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 2 January 2018
Work isn't paid hourly. The average run gets $52 a day for 5+ hours of time. Spilt shifts only left 3.5-5 hours in between. If a bus needed to go in for repairs you would often have to wait and that time wasn't paid. A bonus is they allow you to park at home or somewhere nearby (as long as it doesn't cost).