Bison Transport
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Rob Penner
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  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $650m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
    1001 Sherwin Road Winnip...
  • Link
    Bison Transport website
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Rating overview

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On-boarding coordinator in Winnipeg, MB
on 23 August 2022
Low pay, upper management is all politics
Useless meetings about pulling reports instead of asking drivers what they need, management that rather sit in meetings than step in and be a leader. You’ll be there 6 months and still learning things about your job. It’s a very ‘someone else will do it’ type attitude. Your coworkers will be your biggest supports, not your supervisors. Even free lunch isn’t organized this year. Lots of turnover in office staff, mostly due to wages.
Long Haul Truck Driver in Winnipegosis, MB
on 17 August 2022
Yes It was a prodactive compony.It was fun work for them
I know every station there was a very modern and clean facility. Lounge, buthrooms. At nd the was separe parking spots for the loaded traillers, an for the emty. Forethermore the dispacher really work with me.
Operations in Mississauga, ON
on 16 August 2022
A revolving door
High turnover and a toxic workplace culture. Lost count of drivers and office employees who left. It's a miracle if there are only two people resigning per month. A company that has the most stuck up and poorly trained employees from management down. So disorganized and understaffed, so be prepared to do a lot of unpaid overtime if you're one of those hardworking employees. The possibility of getting a raise is a joke.
Long Haul Truck Driver in Winnipeg, MB
on 10 August 2022
Okay place to work.
Okay place. People are friendly for the most part. Not really much home time though. There seems to be lots of work. LCV schedules are hard to get, unless you like working weekends and nights..
Owner/Operator in Mississauga, ON
on 21 July 2022
Nice company to work very good family culture home time good dispatcher pay on time if holidays on pay day they give you pay in advance nice equipment nice people

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Process takes about a week

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