Coast Mountain Bus Company
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Coast Mountain Bus Company Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Michael McDaniel
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 111 reviews and is evolving.


Bus driver in Richmond, BC
on 26 July 2021
Working for CMBC
I found the work place to be good but the company didn’t stand behind their operators when the public accused them wrongly. Also they really need air conditioning in every bus and now not when the new buses come in only
Transit Operator in Vancouver, BC
on 31 August 2021
Great employer, great pay and great benefits.
Overall experiences with the company was great. Never had any problems with staff or coworkers. Pay was great. Benefits needed to be reviewed slightly to accommandate new prescriptions.
Transit Operator in Richmond, BC Burnaby, PoCo, Surrey
on 14 August 2021
Able to arrange shifts to suit your daily routine
Large variety of routes and areas to choose from, either on a daily or quarterly basis. You also have the right to exercise your seniority on a daily or quarterly basis which allows you to move to different geological areas of the lower mainland knowing you won’t be locked in forever, just as long as you want. You also have the right to move between shuttles and conventionals
Transit Operator in Vancouver, BC
on 30 June 2021
Horrible company to work for
For years drivers have explained to the employer that they need breaks in order to do their job well. Still breaks are difficult to come by. There is little support from the company and management towards operators and much criticism. It is very difficult to balance home life with work life and there are high rates of divorce in this profession. Being an operator also puts operators at much higher risk of experiencing other mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD which are all caused by the profession. Not a job to be done for long term if at all. Again, horrible company.
Bus Operator in Vancouver, BC
on 29 April 2021
Fellow workers and staffs are awesome
Many fellow workers becomes good friends after work hours. Great place to work and for a good company. Unfortunately, due to micromanagement from many supervisors and managers, the rating can't get as high as it really is.

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