Great place to make money
Loader/Unloader (Former Employee) – Concord, ON – 23 September 2017
A typical day at work is unchoking vehicles from rail cars, offloading, unloading and parking in the correct spot for the carriers can take them away. Depends if you work nights or day they have different tasks. The day crew those more most of the unchoking, offloading a unloading and they have a crew for put-away the cars on the correct spots or bay locations. The night crew is task on the duty to putaway all the cars that where offloaded in the day. The job is not rush 98 percent of the time, but as always sometimes you have to work faster than usual, but nothing you can handle. Remember safety first, dont screw up doing things faster them you can handle or you wil get punish and the union will not help in stupid cases, so you have to take your time and the time they give you, double standard yeahhh..LOL.
The most important thing that i learned is safety above all and to take my time and dont rush things. Second its a rail environment so you learned a lots of technical names for railing environment, not all but important ones.
The workplace culture is safety above all and take your time or the time they give to complete the task and to work as a team.
The hardest part of the job is the people working there, some not all, lets leave it here..lol.
The most enjoyable part of the job is that you get to drive a lot of different types of cars, Mercedes, BMW, mini cooper, and lots of average car. The work for my take is easy, its demanding sometimes, but once you get the learning curve its pleasant and enjoyable.
Good salary, lots of overtime and you choose if you want to work your overtime