Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 9 December 2017
Call centre supervisors and managers are terrible. Unable to deal with issues and generally unskilled in how to deal with staff. Dead end job absolutely no room to grow. Year end reviews and raises are pitiful. Trust me you don't want to be dealing with cranky whiny tow truck drivers all day.
Almost no actual supervison so its easy to get away with slacking
Overtime expected in the winter with no real benefit.
Completely terrible job!! Promises will not be kept. In the beginning, staff, management and TA's are super understanding and try to accomodate to your availabilities, but it goes downhill from there. They claim they're very flexible with students (that is completely false) they force you to work specific hours that you've never asked for and are forced to switch shift (which is highly unreliable)
Working at home is great at times, if you enjoy being alone and hate human interaction.
Working at home
Terrible working hours, accusatory management, expectations and promises unkept
Tow truck / Flatdeck driver (Current Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 26 June 2016
the importance of personal hygene, and keeping a safe enviroment, very important to the public. the importance of enviromental issues, and the importance of keeping good hygene, to stay safe from disease.
Good company reputation although its is in transition to becoming more sales motivated with an emphasis on the bottom line. Great people to work with and proactive in the community. Has many perks for employees from potluck lunches and dinners to incentives for work performance.
Free coffee, great lunch room with amenities
No control over shifts as this is a 24 hour workplace.