School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Amherstview, ON – 9 April 2017
Love working at Stock. The people are easy to get along with, and the kids, well they are like my own children, they are all great we sing songs and tell jokes. Wish I could stay, but the money is the only drawback, unfortunately.
employee (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 October 2017
title says it all. corporate is constantly cycling through employees and no one ever seems to know whats going on and when its happening therefore company policies and methods of performing jobs are constantly changing as no one from corporate seems to agree on a method. very corporate company but this location is based far away from head office so a lot of things are complicated by alberta having different laws. no perks to the job at all.
School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Kingston, ON – 8 December 2016
great place to work, its great for parents with small children you can bring them with you but it is not a job that will get you a dream house by any means it does allow you to work for another employer during the day or even early enough in the evenings
School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Kitchener, ON – 31 August 2015
the typical day starts very early with preforming a circle check on the school bus to make sure it's safe to drive and drive your route then preform your child check then log your hours that you drived and you didn't
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Barrie ON – 27 May 2015
This was a very challenging job with lots of expected duties. Main focus was to support the COO of the company administratively with extensive travel arrangements and calendar management. Secondary job responsibility was to the maintenance department and managing he location of their fleet as well as allocation of capital for the year.
Very rewarding job, being part of such a huge world-wide known company
Dispatcher / Charter Coordinator (Current Employee) – Oakville, ON – 28 October 2014
Ensuring customer satisfaction.. handling many calls from different organizations, such as school boards, school personnel and parents. Great team environment. Dealing with irate customers is one of the most challenging duties, but ensuring a satisfactory outcome is quite rewarding.
School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Toronto, Ontario – 7 February 2014
The primary responsibility is to take students/campers to and from school/camp, approximately twice a day. The camaraderie of the fellow drivers are that of like a family, all coming together to assist in the primary responsibility.