Driver coach (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 22 January 2018
They really sell you on the job while in the interview but quickly drop the ball on their promises. I worked here for a few years and got to witness the downfall of what was once a great place to work. From management to dispatch and customer support, Drakkar really knows how to ruin a great place to work. Very surprised that the large trucking company Drakkar operates hasn't shown Drakkar the door yet!! STAY AWAY!!!! As for the salary, it fluctuated according to how the "So called " operations manager felt it should that week..
There are just pure bullshitt to the drivers.They lie in employees face.Drakkar is trying to scrue drivers paycheck.(100%aproved).low pay job they offer to drivers with experience.Just an horrible outlet to work for.No wonder they looking for so many drivers.
Not a bad place to work. Easy to work out time off if needed
Truck Driver Class A (Current Employee) – Montreal,Qc. – 7 April 2017
A good Company to work for if you want to be home every day they provide gudrun's Hometime day shift night shift they are easy to get along with if you need time off they respect you as long as you respect them they also provide driver appreciation days they have quite a few award things you can go for
If you get stuck out they pay hotel and food April fried to BBQs a year driver appreciation
Talent Acquisition Specialist (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 9 December 2016
In my time at Drakkar i have learned alot and become more self-sufficient and more self-reliant. The company offers great compensation in terms of salary vacation. They promote a strong work life balance however it is also expected when needed you do what it takes to get the job done.
Responsible for 6 immediate employees on my team. Built a Health & Safety Program from ground-up Provided a safe environment for all drivers and staff. Gave dangerous Goods classes, WHMIS and health & Safety training. Gave PDIC course to all new drivers. Keep driver files up to date. Evaluate and train new drivers on company policies. Attend all accidents for investigation purposes. Investigate incident and damages claims. Check on-board computers for driver activities. In charge of all accident reports. I was also part of the accident committee. I organized monthly summaries on all driver trainer activities. I had certain roles in operations, which can be discussed at interview.
Conseiller en vente (Former Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 6 November 2014
prendre des réservations, répondre au téléphone, aller au guichet, procéder à des recouvrements, tenir la caisse en fin de quart et assister l'auditeur de nuit.Durant les quarts de l'apès-midi il m'arrive d'intervenir pour lier un problème en rapport à une commodité, régler tout incident relatifs à l'hébergement hotelier. durant les nuits nous faisons de la surveillance pour les groupes de jeunes. le management est épanouissant: nous recevons des retours à la semaines les points forts sont encouragés et les points faibles sont notifiés pour corrections. les collègues sont fantastiques. les équipes se composent d'anciens et de novices pour favoriser le mentorat. Les aspects difficiles sont négligeables car tout est mis notre disposition pour fournir un service équitable