City Truck driver (Former Employee) – Ayr, ON – 14 April 2017
Salary is very low as a highway or city truck driver. People are nice trucks are well maintained. Still doesn't make up for below average wage salary in Canada. The cost of having family benefits is $95 a week for 80% coverage. That's almost $5000 per year coming out of your paycheque. Single benefit is about $42 per week. The pay out on you benefits is far less then what your paying in. Nice people and all but not making enough for the responsibilities associated with handling a truck and trailer. This is suppose to be a career. It's hard when you have to put in 60 to 70 hours a week to make a good pay cheque at JBT. Puts a lot of pressure and stress on a family working that much
AZ Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Ayr, ON – 1 April 2018
Not good working here...as a company driver.... Truck was old,worn out,never fixed anything... I had to go to the labour board to get my holiday pay... They blocked my calls .very childish..owner ops seem to be happy..
DOCK MANAGER (Former Employee) – Air On – 22 August 2017
Anyone who worked along side me will tell you I am all about team work, I am cheerful & always glad to have a job, I am a leader when needed & I fellow well also. I think my best asset is my communication skills growing with 9 brothers and sisters I am sure it help.
City Driver (Current Employee) – Ayr, ON – 18 December 2016
I would recommend to anyone. The days are long and the salary is a little on the low side. Operations works with you for family issues like doc appointments and or dentist. Smaller company with a good bunch of people