If you don’t want a life and do want a good paycheque this place will work out for you
Driver (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 26 March 2018
They have unrealistic expectations, continuously making more demands on your time. They actually got upset when I made plans for my day off, told me I shouldn’t make plans in case they need me to work. They don’t listen when you tell them about safety issues.
No life, exhausted on your day off, unreasonable management
CRP (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 8 November 2017
The kind of place you got to work on your on, the manager wich is suppose to help you sleeps in the office, truck breakdown and dont want to put any money in them. All the people in the office dont know what they are doing, even the director dont even know our job, seriously yes you gonna have a good pay at the end of the week but you gonna be working like a dog, without anylife and they always expect more from you, so you drive you're 13hours almost everynight and if you want to get the job better dont even think about it, they wont let you put a word, its none of your buisness. So I dont recommend this job unless you dont want any life and that you live for the job and not work for a life.
Longhours, no management, no money for truck repairs
Certified Refuelling Professional (Former Employee) – Barrie, ON – 28 September 2017
worst company I've ever worked for. Poor communication. Low wages and unrealistic expectations. You don't know how long your shift will be until you start work, especially if one of the co-workers whine all the time and expect the others to pick up his slack
Certified Professional Refueler (Former Employee) – Woodstock, ON – 30 May 2017
Good pay, end of good points. Management purposely under staff. Long hours no time off during week then expect you work on weekends twice a month. Would never recommend this employer unless you enjoy working 12 to 14 hours a day every day during the week with little time off for anything else.
You have to be fit, single and willing to work. Overtime is plentiful and stable. There is lots of work and must be willing to be flexible. Advancement is available after putting in time to understand the business. Knowledge learned can be applied elsewhere after.
Lead Hand (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 May 2017
Was a great place to work except for management and not realizing what people with seniority do to others. Work by yourself for the most part and get to drive around the city not having to travel to far out.
minimum 9 or 10 hour days and free pizza most meetings
Management always throwing more work no matter how fast you work
CPR (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 2 February 2017
Work was ok if you were dressed for it. Great group of guys to work with. Trucks need some TLC but overall worked with what you got. Under new managment now so things are better. Enjoyed the time in had there
Certified refueling professional (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 23 October 2016
All the drivers get along very well. But management does not know what they're doing very unrealistic expectations of performance. No acknowledgement for going above and beyond performance and expectations and no thank you for helping other drivers that have issues.
CRP (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 21 September 2016
Worked there for almost a year.. Lead hands were horrible, management didn't care about employees at all. Lots of empty promises and lies. RUN AWAY!! Most unorganized company I've ever worked for. Only benefit to working there was the hand up it gave me for getting in with a much better fuel company.
Terrible place to work. Management at the hamilton yard are worst people I've ever worked for. Do not work here. The company doesn't care about its employees. Extremely long hours and no home life. You are told the shift is 12 hours but the reality is you will be working at least 14 hours a day 5 days a week. Pay is not worth the work. Very unhappy people that work for this company. Management will tell you whatever you want to hear to get you to do what they want. Lots of empty promises. Hands down the worst company i have worked for.
crp (driver) (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 22 May 2016
Working 4pm to 4am equals zero life The pay is very low for the hours that are worked with no shift premium No organization, lead hands don't want to assume the responsibility of anything yet they collect extra money an hour
Operations Supervisor (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 22 February 2016
typical day starts getting drivers off on their routes then focus on getting day to day operations started for planning of night shift learned a lot about operations and finances. Most co workers were pleasant. high expectations of projects with sometimes unrealistic deadlines. i enjoyed the fast paced environment and the early mentoring of management.
lots to learn
some unrealistic expectations and constant changing of infrastructure.