Corporate Couriers Logistics
Happiness score is 45 out of 100
3.1 out of 5 stars.
Get weekly updates, new jobs, and reviews

Corporate Couriers Logistics Careers and Employment

Work happiness

Scores based on about 13 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
Do people feel they can get support and encouragement from colleagues at work?
Can people generally avoid feeling stressed at work?

About the company

  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $5m to $30m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
Learn more


We were not able to detect your location. You can browse through the 16 job Corporate Couriers Logistics has to offer

Browse jobs by category


11 jobs


Salary estimated from 86 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 57 reviews and is evolving.



Delivery Driver in Victoria, BC
on 16 August 2021
A decent in-between / summer job
Working here is decent as a temporary job, as it certainly isn’t a very exciting line of work and there’s not much of an opportunity to move up / get raises. An average day is pretty straightforward, show up at 8:30, load the van and leave around 9:30-10:00. Finish all your deliveries anywhere from 16:00 to 19:30, depending how quick you are and if you take all your breaks (2 paid 15’s and unpaid 30). If you finish before 17:30ish you usually have to help someone else out with their route. Managers are good people, easy to interact with and never once had a complaint from them for my work, or told to hurry up on my route, as I’ve seen mentioned in other reviews. I’m assuming those people were slow and needed to be helped every shift. The vans are in poor condition, the main problems with them are usually bald tires and uncomfortable seats. That said most of them run pretty well mechanically and feel pretty safe to drive.Hours are very flexible, you work as many days as you want and you will be asked to take extra shifts for a $50 bonus, fully optional. Overall it’s a pretty decent job that’s not too labour intensive, has an average wage and not too stressful.
Delivery Associate in Nanaimo, BC
on 10 November 2021
Toxic ungrateful management overworks you for low pay
I enjoyed being able to delivery to different places and it was nice being able to get consistent hours. That being said, CCL doesn't care about their employees at all, it's all about the bottom line. Throughout Oct-May I was delivering 200+ package routes and taking extra shifts that they asked me to. In the summer, because I'm sensitive to heat and it was a particularly hot summer, my performance decreased slightly. Instead of receiving rescues like other drivers would get on the daily management made me feel as if I wasn't giving enough of an effort and rarely gave me help.In September I started doing larger routes and taking extra shifts again. In October, after having done 13 hour shifts 6-7 days a week for them (because they were begging me to come in) they then didn't renew my contract. When I asked management as to why they wouldn't renew my contract they replied with "business decisions" along with a follow up phone call from some rude person in HR that asked me "what I'm having trouble understanding" I said "the reason for my contract not being renewed" and she just barked "BUSINESS DECISIONS" at me.Double standards and special treatment run rampant in management. I got written up for saying the word "horsesh*t" but when telling the manager about another employee calling me a "f*cking a**hole" he says that "I probably was being one". Even though he said no cussing is written into our contract it seems to only apply to the people management want to apply it to. If management likes you, you're likely to get an easy route that you can take into overtime. Meanwhile I'd finish my large route early and get yelled at for not wanting to rescue. It is my fault for not taking longer but management shouldn't be annoyed with people that have done a full route to go help others if there is no incentive.Finally, after a year of working hard for this company and being told with less than 2 weeks notice of my contract not being renewed, when I had a headache I decided not to push myself and to call in. Considering I was a good employee, my contract ended in a week, and I had only called in a couple times before I didn't think it would be an issue. Nope, I got interrogated and told that it wasn't acceptable. This, coming from a company that chose to never discipline people that would straight up not show up with zero notice.Along with the management being toxic and having personal vendettas against anyone who doesn't just take their bullying, they can't even do their job properly. The company is hardly "managed", most vans are not roadsafe. The company promotes a "deal with it" culture on unsafe work equipment. They only care when they are liable, you are not human to them. To the management of this company think you exist solely to deliver and only care about your safely when it's going to cost them money. They are not there to assist in doing your job, actually quite the opposite. The management is a hinderance and spends more time bullying employees than making their company safe and efficient. Although the other DAs and warehouse staff managed to make it a pleasure to come into work despite all of this!
Delivery Driver in Victoria, BC
on 11 August 2021
Busy day, long hours, short work week
Most employees work 4 days a week 10 hour days. They pay the overtime when you go over that time, (all the time). It’s not an easy job, but it’s not that hard either. Take packages and deliver them, and don’t take too long. Some people skip all the breaks, and abuse themselves to get the job done faster, only to be sent to help other drivers who aren’t done yet. Me personally I always get all my breaks, and finish close to on time. No point in breaking your back, as the best and worst employees are paid the same, not much room for advancement, or raises from what I’ve heard.
Delivery Driver in Victoria, BC
on 27 July 2021
Great if you have no life
Hours were between 9-12 hours, you have to scan all your packages yourself at the start of the day and hope that you can load fast enough to not have management upset with you. Either they're overstaffed or understaffed every single day, and when they're overstaffed people get sent home without pay. If you refuse to work over the set 10 hours they tell you about, you get in trouble, but you also get in trouble if you go into overtime. It's highly stressful all the time aside from when you're driving. You're always tired, and the management is garbage. In the time I worked there it went from like 80 packages and 75 stops, to 200+ packages with 120+ stops minimum.
Delivery Associate in Victoria, BC
on 23 July 2021
Tough stressful job
Was good when I started but now is insane. Your day will start with sorting an average of 200+ packages in a very limited place and small van in less than 30 minutes (you will hate yourself doing this), then the stress come when you know that you have an average of 180 stops to do in 8 hours (this’s insane, other companies like FedEx/Dhl do around 50 stops maximum), by 1pm you will feel yourself running out of time and start running and drive aggressively.. this will cause injuries/accidents (hurting your back/knees is a very common thing in this job), and you will be thinking of quitting most of the time (usually new people would quit within 2-3 weeks). I don’t recommend it unless you know the mangers so you get one of those nursery good routes (30-50 stops).

What would you say about your employer?

Help fellow job seekers by sharing your unique experience.

Questions and answers

People have asked 22 questions about working at Corporate Couriers Logistics. See the answers, explore popular topics, and discover unique insights from Corporate Couriers Logistics employees.

See questions about:

  • Interviews
  • Working Hours
  • Benefits
  • Working Culture
  • Work from Home
  • Background Check
  • CEO
  • Company Future
  • Hiring Process
  • Office Locations
  • Working Environment

Interview insights

Insights from 69 Indeed users who have interviewed with Corporate Couriers Logistics within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Driving history and availability

Shared on 22 January 2021

Previous experience Availability Immigration status

Shared on 23 September 2020
  • Companies
  • Corporate Couriers Logistics