AZ Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 4 October 2017
Everyday there's a new challenge to take on, things can get very exciting and you learn something new everyday, everyone is more then willing to help you. Staff is unbelievably friendly and great to work with.
Its a good company. Paid very good salary to employees. Good management, safety, work scheduled, equipment. regular departure, I have learned to drive LCV, assemble and disassemble equipment, Electronic log books. team work.
Good employer as we see for work environment and pay.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Barrie, ON – 29 November 2016
Enjoy my job and all the people I work with. Very relaxed and stress free environment, newer equipment and computer tracking and logs. Management team is very knowledgeable and always willing to help you out. Consistently upgrading and training in order to keep employees aware of constant changes in the industry.
chauffeur de camion classe 1 (Former Employee) – Pointe-Claire, QC – 28 January 2016
ne pas faire confiance a personne, il y a un manque séniorité et pas de respect pour la personne, tu dois être le meilleur et il trouvent un moyen pour te mettre dehors en inventant toute sorte de menterie, complot bureautique tu ne peux pas gagner, tu es dehors, il t'aime pour te détruire
manque de communication
Le comptable coupe des heures pour se les mettre dans ses poches
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Edmonton – 10 October 2015
Big company heading in right direction with expanding their services and capabilities. Lots of work involved but great relationships develop over time with customers. Takes a good substantial amount of time to get off the ground, learning the products/services and how to apply them. Each day was always a new set of tasks..Lot of different issues arising which requires good time management. Balancing can be a challenge and overwhelming at times.
Overwhelmed a lot of times /Lack of appreciation /Poor incentive structure
p and d driver (Current Employee) – Whitehorse, YT – 8 June 2015
Started at 8am and my truck would be preloaded with freight by dock workers. The end of the day would generally be done at 5-6 pm. I learned where alot of businesses were located. I have excellent co-workers and managers/supervisors. The hardest part of the job is moving the skids that weighed close to a ton. The most enjoyable part of the job is the driving.
Extremely fun and safe work environment, I wish I was more than simply Casual Part-time
Receptionist (Current Employee) – London, ON – 17 May 2015
Typical day at work depends on which shift I am working. If I work daytime to cover shifts for Barb i handle a lot of the shortages, overages and appointment setting; whereas if I work in the evening to cover Pam's shifts, I handle customs paper work and the transport drivers dock sheets.
DEDICATED DEPOT SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 31 March 2015
responsible for the daily loading and unloading of freight at the Toyota Distribution Center had a staff of two associates learned how the Toyota culture worked for my staff was treated very well from Manitoulin and also Toyota management
lunches were provided to staff at a reduced rate
could have bottlenecks because of trailers missing drop off times