Pros: friendly night staff, fair medical benefits
Cons: unpaid overtime, rude management, insecure job position, minimal training, various health an safety concerns
If you are expecting to work on the dock using the forklift for your entire shift, I would look for another job. 97% of the time, you will be in an office processing customs documents with the occasional pull off or Windsor load. Management will then treat you badly when you do pull offs because your productivity in the office will suffer a bit. They don't care about their Windsor terminal and the job is just a revolving door. Management expects you to stay beyond your shift even though you are on a set salary and will not get paid for any overtime you do and if you don't stay, you are treated badly. In the past year, there have been 9 people who have quit, 6 of whom quit within 2 weeks of starting. No one is properly trained for the job and everyone is told to learn on the go and it'll be okay. If you make a mistake during your training, you will be treated badly by management and possibly written up even though you had no idea you made the mistake due to your improper training. The only good thing about the job is that the staff you work with are kind.