Good place to work with job security, benofits, life-work balance etc
Supervisor Estimating (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 May 2014
35 hours per week is fairly descent work hours in order to balance the life and work and is a good place for people for with experience and in their forties and above as they would have gone through their learning period at other work places.
As this being a very large organization with several years of existence, everything is organized and things move very smoothly and the management system is excellent.
Co-workers are very cooperative.
There are lot of things to learn at TTC, when it comes to working in an operating facility with limited hours (two to three hours) of work during non-revenue hours. It is very challenging.
ITS\ (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 January 2017
Everything about the company is great, except the fact that it is a big company. And as same as all big companies, it has a lot of hierarchy issues, including redundancy of work, or changes of work plans/projects, etc.
Although there are too many opinions to finish a task at times, it is great to see everyone's voice being heard, and something being done about it.
Service Agent/ Operator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 November 2016
The TTC offers a wide range of challenging career opportunities. We are committed to fostering a positive workplace culture with a workforce that is representative of the communities we serve. Committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion, the TTC encourages applications from all qualified applicants. The TTC accepts online applications for advertised employment opportunities only. Accommodation is available for applicants, including those with disabilities, throughout the recruitment process.
Cleaner (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 December 2016
Fast pace working,getting the job done,listen and obey to all management rules,working together as a team with your co-worker,making your best effort at what I do best cleaner,enjoyable part of the job is to finish the job at your very best
Customer service Representative (Former Employee) – Trenton, ON – 7 August 2016
Got Hands on experience in dealing with the customers directly and facing the crowd and being able to resolve all their doubts. Also learnt a lot of team work as this job needed our team to pay attention to our group members along with the customers. coordinating with the team made the shifts easier even in the extreme cold winters. learnt management skills while acting as a team lead.
most enjoyable part of the job was the smile and the gratitude the customers showed to my team after all their queries were solved.
The hardest part was to withstand the cold winters on the stations specially when we were positioned outside the stations during certain shifts.
Station Collector (Current Employee) – Subway – 20 February 2017
I learned a lot at this job. How to have patience, how to deal appropriately to people who are confrontational. I was taught quite a bit about the human rights code and how it applies to customers, staff and management alike.
Transit Operator - Badge 71431 (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 September 2016
I enjoy that when working at TTC, there is a fast pace environment and I am able to work with the public every single day. There is minimal/no supervision which has enabled me to learn how to make in the moment decisions throughout my day.
Transit Operator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 July 2016
Work days usually begins about 5AM. Take a bus out of the garage to start servicing passangers. I have learned to be patient and understanding. Most of my co-workers are good, helpful and funloving. The hardest part of the job is not getting out of the seat often enough per shift. I enjoy helping passengers when ever possible.
manager and colleagues are really work oriented and work as a team to success-ed in the task
Customer service representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 April 2016
i would recommend to work 3 stars/5 stars really good service provides in customer service sector as well as j and j restaurant and banquit also provides good food service all over toronto besides that bm moters have good reputation all over the world in providing their service thank you
Reputable company with a great working environment.
Mechanical Engineering Coop (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 April 2016
-Worked 7 hours a day spent mostly in the office but frequently performed hands on investigation and testing of vehicles and equipment at the shops. -Learned how to apply engineering knowledge in resolving mechanical problems of vehicles. Learned a lot about designing and manufacturing. -Management is very organized, fair, and shows great leadership. -Co-workers are very friendly and team oriented. -Finding the ideal solution to issues found on the vehicles is the most challenging part of the job. -Learning new concepts and the variety of work available is very enjoyable.
Driver (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 May 2016
Being a driver for ttc is not as everyone says split shifts, weekends, holidays, nights, days. You basically have to give up your life for $61,000 a year which after benefits,tax,pension,union ends up working out to be $45,000 yearly. If you have skills experience and a family don't waste your time. I feel bad for ttc drivers being fooled with job security.
Fantastic, open-minded and lovely team members at the TTC
(Co-op) Student Route Management Assistant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 April 2016
I have had very fantastic team members, being my managers and my co-workers whom had the same tasks that I had, at the TTC, who made and granted all the more healthy work relations and prompted for successful and satisfying work, team culture, as well as the environment surrounding us.
Very well-fashioned and put together team relations, healthy team and work relations and environmental and employee care