Mechanic (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 9 April 2018
They seemed like a great place to work, promising raises and job stability. After working over a year for the company, there was still no raises. Over-worked and under paid. And they still want to make you work harder. Nothing is ever good enough.
Horrible management; don’t know how to treat employees like humans.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – St. John's, NL – 6 November 2018
Beware!!! I worked here for all of three weeks and was let go for taking home my truck so that I could clean and vacuum, I also stopped for groceries as that I would be sleeping, eating, living in my truck for five full days and nights...
My Run was from Port Aux Basque to St John's, and then central Newfoundland and East... I was dedicating every hour I could driving 900+ kms daily, Completed all Training and paperwork necessary to become a full time employee and to think that my first week of becoming full time I end up getting fired for wanting to gear up my truck for the week ahead shocked me to say the least, I feel the jobs that were offered to me (which I turned down thinking Amour was my future) would of been better opportunities because I can see now why they have so many job postings, I feel I've done nothing wrong to deserve to be terminated, without just cause and if I were to give anyone advice on a personal level, three weeks of wasted time, Beware!! Beware!! Beware!!
No appreciation, lots and lots of paperwork, employee turnover must be huge
Forklift Operator & Dock Worker (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 29 October 2018
Not an environment for women. Being the first woman in 17 years to work on the dock with all men was the worst experience of my life. Was one of the best workers but management allowed to treat myself and others as badly as they wanted. From my experiences of working in other warehouses in the city, I've never experienced ever being treated this badly before.
Truck Driver - Class 1 (Current Employee) – Dartmouth, NS – 10 October 2018
You can work flexible hours and extra days brand new facility to work in top-of-the-line equipment big 3 bay garage with full mechanic staff 24 hours incentive program Great management team and supervisors to talk to great medical and dental benefits and RRSP program safe driver bonuses fuel bonuses vacation time and also can bank time or money
Driver (Former Employee) – Truro, NS – 7 December 2017
When I had my accident, which couldn't have been avoided by any Driver, they deemed it preventable. They paid no attention to my accident report and came up with their own conclusion that it was preventable. I broke my shoulder and was about a year into rehabilitation when they let me go. I was expecting to go back to work.
Driver (Current Employee) – Sydney, NS – 17 October 2017
I'm current driver who has been employed with armour for nearly 10 yrs and would never recommend ever my worst enemy to work there I wouldn't want to see anyone have to endure the harrasssment that I did look elsewhere and do yourself a huge favor
Dock Supervisor (Former Employee) – Dartmouth, NS – 16 May 2017
At Armour it's a whole new work world moving Freight up to all kinds and temp controlled Freight. Everything that you could possibly imagine on a good day that goes bad you need to come up with fast and quick solutions to fix/solve to keep freight moving at a timely matter.
The current job opening for straight truck P&D / Home Depot i did for armour transportation for 3 years. It was one of the worst jobs i have ever held and it wasn't the job itself it was the management within the company. I like the job and the work but if you are a good worker armour will work you to death or if you are a bad worker they let you go out and get away with doing little or nothing because they have a family to. Myself being a hard fast paced worker found myself out doing 2 to 3 times the deliveries than other armour trucks in the same area. would not recommend anyone to work with this company. This company also does not follow by the Canada labour code so don't expect to get paid what your entitled to.
Parts Person (Former Employee) – Sydney, NS – 24 February 2017
Love the work and the people I work with.No complaints.Good employee benefits. Inthe morning,I do a yard list.Check service intervals on all units.List for my boss.Enter work orders from the previous day and night.Check po requisitions.Issue po's and place orders
Very flexible and productive work place, very family oriented.
Billing/Rating Specialist (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 14 September 2012
A typical day at work included managing and rating 10 of Armour's top 75 accounts. Each day brought new challenges whether it was learning new applications or dealing with customers. The management at Armour was understanding and helpful. I enjoyed each and every aspect of my job. I really did not find any part of my job hard, I just faced each challenge head on and did my best to rectify the situation.
Class 1 A E Heavy truck driver (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 14 May 2012
I start around 11,p.m ,I deliver anywhere in the Maritime provinces,up to 30 deliveries a week I have been doing this for 7 years. In all that time i have never had one complaint from any of the customers,many have said I wish you could deliver here on a regular basis.With management , they ask I do, as a professional that is my job.The hardest part of the job is being controlled by hours.The most enjoyable part of the job,Early morning sunrises,being alone on a road in the falling snow.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Moncton, NB – 7 April 2012
I love the job. Dispatching is a bit poor. For the job and responsability we do, we don't get paid the salary. Our loads or not as great as they may seem. Poor loading at dock. Trailer not always clean, as it can cause problems when delivering.