Operations/Sales/Administration (Former Employee) – British Columbia – 18 March 2019
Dedicated group of individuals that work very hard to be a good corporate citizen, provide excellent service and gives back to the community through various philanthropic activities - why wouldn't you want to do business with them. Fast paced work environment keeps everyone engaged and a great company culture ensures an industry low turnover ratio - this is the place to be.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – 26 April 2018
My experience at Diamond Delivery has been noting but amazing. From my first day working here I was greeted with friendly faces and nothing but smiles. Every one here works as a team and in an orderly manner. From only having past experience in working in retail, they took the time to train and prepare me for all situations. The training process was well explained and laid out. They provided me with a detailed manual on how to use their online systems and whenever I need assistance I am always able to get answers fast. Something I love about working at Diamond is that it is extremely fast paced and days go by to quickly. There is never a dull moment.
a fun work place, everyone works as a team, fast paced, massages, mothly lunches
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 25 March 2018
Applied for the pm shift supervisor, hired on 18 hr, first cheque I found out I'm 17/hr and definitely not the pm supervisor, did not do a good job training me, works easy enough but not clear as to the computer/paperwork aspect
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 7 January 2018
Diamond Delivery is the worst company around. They force you to become an owner/ operator. If you don't become one, they get rid of you. I would never recommend this company. They are very cheap and don't want to pay your wages.
Druver (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 14 June 2017
This company is poorly managed. Current ops manager doesn't give a @ about dispatch ethics. Or drivers . Two new dispatchers on board 1 . Still can't get the job done. Diamond is not a good company anymore.
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Surrey, BC – 20 July 2016
This is a fast-paced environment with immense potential for growth. A typical day at work presents new challenges all the time. The business is well diversified with a large number of customers and services. The management team is great to work with and long-term employees make this a great place to be. The hardest part of the job is the volume of business and managing the growth. It is enjoyable to see improvement when you put in the effort.
Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 7 June 2016
days at diamond delivery went by very quick because work was a fast pace. ive learnt how to keep on your toes and working quickly and accurately. management was good, always been very helpful. hardest part of the job... id have to say was when someone was missing out of the office and all the work was set upon one person.
Everything (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 28 May 2016
The reason for the negative reviews can be directly traced back to upper management. They have no clue how to run a business. My experience with them was that this is the bush league of logistic companies. Did most of the "managers" job as well. Sadly, there's potential with the right management and direction.
owner operator (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 21 January 2016
I bought a truck off of these guys barely worked and when I did I paid more then I made when I left the company due to an illegal sale and illegal truck I got 10 percent of what I paid into the truck back I would never work for them again and won't let people I know used them or work there
smoke in wear-house drink on the job do not keep to there word
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – surrey bc – 16 January 2014
i do not like this company the have said a bunch of things and have not gone threw with there word i have bin there for a year and no raise im still at 15 an hour and would really like to make a big change in my life and get a career in a different field of work