Driver (Former Employee) – Toronto, Ontario – 6 March 2018
Good money and benefits. Great pension plan. I would recommend to young person that hasn't started a family yet. Takes time to get used to the different shifts. The employees are very helpful and supportive.
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Wilson Division – 25 January 2018
18 months in, assaulted physically 4 times of my last 6 months, made reports within Transit, nothing to claim after seeing my Dr. diagnosed with P.T.S.D, in claims of time off through W.S.I.B. Transit claims they have no documents pertaining to my claim to W.S.I.B.
Management is a fkning joke at Wilson Division. They are puppets who act like their someone but overall lack the intelligence of their position. Same goes with the Stupidvisors.. most not all, but most are SLOW, Fat and Lazy and pass the buck on to each other when taking care of matters.. they do not like filing or reporting or doing their job.
I only give Kudos to the Drivers and Wicket guys.. that's it, they work hard! Its a tuff skin job.. but when nothing is done about claims of assault, you gotta ask yourself.. am I going to do this for the next 25 years for a company who doesn't have your back? Your just another #.. that's it! replacable
Benefits and wages
The General Public are MOFO's to you just for wearing the Uniform, Supervisory Staff are shi8, The Union is Shi8, Your Shop Stewards are a bunch of Stu's.
Station Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 January 2018
Non-Union Harassment and discriminators are disguised as Managerial discretion. Human Rights and Employee Relations departments need to be outsource, independent and off site. Union related issues are not represented properly as Union and Management are no longer separate.
Have to sacrifice integerity to be accepted into the culture
Transit Operator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 January 2018
Toronto Transit Commission has a great diverse environment to work in and you get back what you put into the job! Fabulous company to work for once you have the intentions of coming to work to help the public get through their day safely from point A to point Z.
it is a great company to work for as far as financially but you take alot of abuse from the public
Bus operator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 January 2018
I would have stayed with ttc if there was more equipment that is of more benefit for the drivers and not the company. The company has been around and is not going to go under or you will lose your job, you can advance in some postions if you choose those spots
Access Control Administrator (Contract) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 December 2017
Nice place to work and stay for longer time. TTC is very diversified work environment. There are people pretty much from every part of the world. Its a very nice and respectable place to work. I have enjoyed my time at TTC.
Day General Clerk (Retired) (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 November 2017
The TTC has good benefits and salaries but can be a stressful work environment. The division I worked at had grown in size by fifty percent but the support staff to assist this growth had only been increased by one employee during my tenure. Some jobs (operating) have very difficult shift work and irregular off days which are not conducive to a good work/life balance. If you remain at the TTC for a long period of time work/life balance improves. I recently attended a retirement party and most people I spoke with were ecstatic that they were able to retire and follow other interests.
Contractor Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 November 2017
It's fun to work with a diverse group of people. Good to see and provide correct directions to customers requested. Taught a great deal of patience and understanding with different people with different needs.