Class 1 Driver in Calgary, AB
Smooth, fast, easy
I was fortunate enough to get a call from Kee and it was like the summary suggests.
They've been understanding in the recent hard times we've fallen on.
I can't thank Kee enough for that.
Commercial Driver in Saskatoon, SK
After being hired to drive a 5 ton truck, was put into a 1 ton Hino that barely stayed on the road with issues non-stop which in turn caused me to lose hours. Freight that is meant for a two man team was constantly expected to be delivered single handed, pay was not consistent with other companies. Management was basically non-existent as it takes several days to get any type of reply.
Driver, City/Shunter in St. Albert, AB
Good place to start, but not stay
If you're looking for a stop-gap between jobs, then Kee is fine. Don't expect raises, benefits or advancement here. The management is less than organized, and god forbid anyone complains about your job performance, regardless if it's warranted or not. That's the death-nail in your career.
But don't let that stop you if you're needing a job. Just don't expect much more than a paycheck.
Warehouse Worker in Ontario
Great company!! Highly recommended. Flexible company, timely pay, good management. Was able to attend all my classes with the flexible shifts / schedule.
Truck Driver in St. Albert, AB
Enjoyable work days because of co-workers
I ended up making lifelong friends. The pay was average but coming to work and enjoying the people you work with made up for the mediocre pay. I guess it's true what they say. Money isn't everything. I've stayed at this for over a year now and turned down slightly higher paying jobs. I simply thought waking up in the morning and knowing I was gonna be working with friends was worth more to me than a higher paying job I was not gonna enjoy.