Sales Representative/Customer Service/ Cashier (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 7 November 2017
Its a great environment for people who are her working, and can easily multitask. The company has a very good name and it was my job to make sure to promote great customer service, and efficient work attitude.
General Store Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 3 July 2015
A typical consisted of many calls from managers, customers and employees to cell phone. Dealing with issues with rentals and planning for the week ahead. Managing and scheduling the reservations for truck and trailer rentals, hitch installations, UBOX rentals and our self storage rentals. Doing safety walk arounds was a part of the daily routine. Every day was very unexpected as we dealt with a high volume of customers on a daily basis.
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 27 May 2015
I loved running the retail location however most of the equipment Uhaul provided for rentals tended to need some serious TLC which in turn caused many customers to be irate. It did however teach me how to be a problem solver efficiently
General Manager / Driver (Former Employee) – London, ON – 24 May 2015
No praise, and no matter how hard you try it still is not good enough for the mcp. The mcp and the frm are not there to assist but to cause more of an issue instead of offering support and guidance which is what you would expect from a superior
Gérant de Territoire (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 3 April 2015
I loved waking up every morning ready to help out the dealers I had. I'd prospect on daily basis for potential new affiliates. It was fun being on the road. This was my first manager position that exploded on me real quick. I learned that I need to be more confident in myself and my decisions if i wanted to be a manager in the future. Management wasn't terrible but they should be less negative. I didn't have to many co-workers since the job consisted of being on the road alone.
Transfer Driver (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 April 2015
No training provided, or piecemeal at best, given only when someone messes up on the job.
The management only pays lip service to being safe on the job, and on the roads. Time is closely monitored and tracked. This puts pressure on drivers to drive at unsafe speeds above the speed limit. Drivers are questioned and looked at with suspicion if traffic makes the trip longer. Job termination without explanation.
Work takes priority over personal life when volume of work is high. Some accommodation given to personal life when it's convenient for the company.
Office Clerk (Former Employee) – Calgary, Alberta – 31 March 2015
Learn and use customized accounting program Accounts payable, audit and correct entries Issue purchase orders & match to invoices Use Excel to design dealers’ telephone records Use Word for various correspondences General secretarial duties: audit prior employees’ entries, organize, file, answer phones, relay messages, mailing and courier procedures
Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 11 February 2015
worked with them for almost 2 years and was let go from one day to the next due to work/family life balance. was trying to work around a shift due to a big event in my life and because of that was let go without an explanation and was blocked to never work for the company again. Was let go so unprofessionally that i was part of management staff and was told by my staff that i didn't work there anymore and on top of that still have the keys for the location. As much as i had a great relationship with most staff and customers one family event that they didn't want to give me the time off for they very unprofessionally let me go.
Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) – London, ON – 2 February 2015
I loved my time at U-Haul. I dealt with alot of situations in a day, but i always found new ways to achieve optimal customer satisfaction. I loved working my supervisor, he was very understanding and was always there to give advice when i needed help.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 29 December 2014
Managers were great. Work was really difficult. Shifts were constantly changed. Almost minimum wage. Holidays were pretty lenient. Lunch break is whenever there's time. Learned a lot about vehicles and how to talk to people. Lots of office work along with helping customers.
Truck and Coach Co-op apprentice (Former Employee) – Brampton, ca – 22 December 2014
A typical day of work includes preventative maintenance on all vehicles. this includes oil changes, brake inspection and replacement (hydraulic disk and drum), transmission fluid changes (automatic), spark plug replacement, and inspections of the entire vehicle.
I learned a lot about inspections and learning to follow procedures to ensure vehicle repairs.
Co-workers were generally good in a typical day will be more than willing to help train and teach me about proper repair.
good working environment and hours
very repetitive ad uhaul only had a few models of trucks to work on
FAST PACED ,HARD WORK= FAST DAYS!!dont work at surrey branch
csr (Former Employee) – surrey ,BC – 12 December 2014
I was told i was doing well ,let go next day without cause,i should have realized that when you lose over 4 employees in lees than a month that i should not have hired on,beware of this location!!!company on the whole ...GREAT!
Commis (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 20 October 2014
It was pleasant to work there while finishing my studies. It wasn't too demanding so I could easily get everything done without having to break a sweat. Of course, I wouldn't dream of working there my whole life. I need to be constantly challenged.
Customer service Rep. Deal (Former Employee) – nash & barton – 26 June 2014
it was typical, normal checks, decent hours, best part was the vehicle check and maintenance, just wanted further into the truck mechanics, co workers were a joke, even if i was working, theyd come out and demand i do other jobs when they just sit and complain or text, etc. i learned tons towards a lot of areas, hard to forget, the odd re study keeps the info i learn.