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Not true. The toughest part of the job is for a period of about 5 months called spring rush. Can be long hours and physically draining. I have never had an issue with a manager. Some new supervisors who are still learning the job make some mistakes. but I have never seen any malicious behaviour. If I where to leave it would only be for Money. If I every found a job I enjoyed this much and it paid more I would leave. In 10 years that has not happened yet.

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Hours are normally set. But if i need time off they do what they can to get me the time.

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Dependant on location and CBA but most are 5 or 6 paid sick days a year. you can apply for a leave of absence and in some cases if needed the company does have short and long disability if you choose to sign up for benefits

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Great team attitude and excellent physical work being outdoors is healthy and safety is of major importance! This is a good work atmosphere and flexible schedules is just part of the job .. not a predictable schedule so you need to be available anytime! Morning meetings are key to good communication. Drive safe and pay attention always use a spotter this can be a dangerous job . Safety first

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Over the years the biggest turnover at autoport has been at the supervisory role. Don't get me wrong this is a tough job. Lots to learn, most of the time employees know more than the supervisor. It takes a strong person and leader to deal with employees and the demands of the job. I would suggest Autoport continue to work on the training I have seen for the supervisors that just started this year under the new management team.

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Quicker during busy season, slows down after.

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This is dependent on what location you are at and what time Trains are scheduled

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Hire Process has changed with the new management team. Normally at least two interviews and then if selected a 3 to 4 week onboarding process. Really strong emphasis on Safety. On site training is done by senior members of the onboarding committee.

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Eight to twelve hours per day.

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Uniforms are provided

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