Tax & Licensing Coordinator (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – December 13, 2012
Pros: potluck every fridays
Cons: not enough time to eat lunch
Some management were friendly, and some were stingy Was there as a temp Was critized alot for being free, when I had all my work completed far in advanced and at 100 percent completion. Management in the Licencing Department was very strict and wanted to know everyones personal life and then used it against us.
Pay wasn't great for the amount of work – more... I did and that I completed it early and way before the deadline.
Would start at 8 am to 4pm and half hour lunch – less
Billing and Settlement Manager (Current Employee), Burlington Ont – December 13, 2012
Pros: flexible hours
Trimac's safety standards and programs are second to none in the industry, they have won several safety awards highlighting their accomplishments. The addition of the manager of process optimization will aid in beginning to define roles and responsibilities and departmental clarity. The lines are blurred in that regard at the present time. I have learned – more... some transportation terminology and billing and met some knowledgeable and dedicated people. I have instituted one on ones with all my staff and been able to deliver on some deliverables that have been promised in the past but never followed through on. – less
Operations Manager (Former Employee), Thunder Bay, ON – December 10, 2012
Pros: travel, cell phone paid for, laptop, 24 help desk service
Cons: long hours
This position was a 24-7 job. My focus was mainly on making sure that the drivers and staff were safe and that they always came home to their families. Management is very easy to talk to and helpful. I had very good and respectful employee's. Hardest part of the job was just being on call all the time. The job also allowed me some travel to various – more... terminals to listen and learn new things. The most enjoyable part of my job was listening and learning everyday about something new that I could use as a tool to make all aspects of my job better and easier and most of all safer. If I learn one thing from being an employee of Trimac is safety is always first. – less
Traffic Supervisor (Former Employee), Kamloops,BC – October 16, 2012
This job offered a great work schedule in a modified 4 on 4 off shift and 10 hour days. There were pressures of getting the afternoon shifts planned before 12:00 but a good support to make the required planning chooses.
Shift Leader (Current Employee), Beaumont, TX – May 16, 2014
Pros: you can move up quickly
trimac is a great place to work a typical day consist of cleaning 18 wheeler tankers.The job advancment is great the mangers treat you with tons of respect.The co workers are team players, and the most enjoyable part is the knowledge you gain
Administrative Assitant (Current Employee), Houston, TX – February 4, 2014
The overall company is a good company. Management does value and show appreciation to certian employees and not all employees. My typical work day is that I can never get my own work accomplished becuase I have people coming up to me to assist them with other things not in my job description. I should be considered Office Administrator for all of the – more... work that I do in the company. – less
Shop Supervisor (Former Employee), Cleveland, UT – January 22, 2014
Overall the company has a good maintenance program lined up for their fleet, but the branch I worked for was in a bad location so any commercial work was very hard to get which in turn I believe added to the closure of the branch.