Storage Manager (Former Employee) – North Vancouver, BC – 23 May 2017
When your own boss gets continually lectured and written up for things like moving signs so that the customers know where to park or find the bathroom, you know something is definitely not right. No raise in over a year of work. No offer of benefits. Would not recommend to anyone. Especially for the amount of work which doesn't match the low pay.
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 2 May 2017
Had the worst working experience at this company poor management the pay is horrible for the work you have to do never apply there they will force you to put your life on the line instead of fixing the equipment
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – London, ON – 28 April 2017
you do not have to try extremely hard here and they don't give you benefits so you have to save the money you get but you only make 11:50 an hr so you can't do much. this is a good stepping stone job you get to learn lots about sales/customer service/truck maintenance.
A Bad Manager made for an unpleasant work environment
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 26 January 2017
The job may have been a good retail/service atmosphere to be in if only the manager had not been a bad influence. Once this became apparent, working at U-Haul was no longer a comfortable environment to be in daily.
Management was changed sometime after I parted ways with the company and I heard from staff that the atmosphere improved greatly.
co-workers can be annoying, the manager is good, most days are pretty slack and laid back but they like switch up your schedule last minute and not tell you about it, if you like mopping taking this job
can be pretty chill most days
they don't like giving raises and you'll never move forward
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 27 October 2016
My day at work started with getting the address of the job and location, then I went and started the truck and drove to the work location. I learned how to move and stock furniture's as well as other goods safely and productively, without scratching or destroying them. The most enjoyable part of the job was moving customers furniture and seeing the big smile on their faces after I was done, that made my day knowing that I can make someone's day.
Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 August 2016
I was working closely with the executive assistant and I enjoyed working with her. I took care of the accounting of the company. Then the rest of day, worked on payroll, and anything else that needed to be done in an everyday office, such as mailing. I left because my description was changed from accounting clerk to customer complaint representative. I wouldn't not have accepted the position if I was asked.