This depends entirely on where and what you are doing. The company is so large, spreading all across Canada. There is a long list of possible jobs this company offers in almost all provinces. For some, it is a 7am to 3:30pm job with possible overtime.
I worked 6 days a week I work from 3:30 in the morning until 7 at night I work 90 hours a week for 8 months straight yes they pay you overtime they take a significant amount of tax and at the end of the day they don't care
I work between 8-11 hour days I’m front load driver
7am to 3pm
Answered - Driver (Current Employee) - Grande Prairie, AB
When I started I was told 8hrs. Then worked 10 and got in trouble for ‘leaving early’. If you want NO home life or personal time this is the place for you.
Generally 8 to 13 hours but depends on your route and if people do not come to work.
And if the dump is having problems that becomes your problem. First hour you sit there is free.
There is no where near enough hours to make enough money to pay your bills on the money they pay
Answered - Class 3 Driver (Former Employee) - Delta, BC
3AM to 8PM
Answered - Truck Driver (Former Employee) - Edmonton, AB
They like it if you start early and stay late and they don't realize when people are just milking hours for nothing.
Answered - Technician (Former Employee) - Pickering, ON