National Diabetes Trust
Happiness score is 36 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Sean Shannon
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
  • Headquarters
    1300 - 522 University Ave...
  • Link
    National Diabetes Trust website
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National Account Manager in Toronto, ON
on 21 June 2022
Making an impact on the lives of people with Diabetes
Was at the company for several years, moved up in different positions. Worked with a great group of people, and was one of the best jobs I had. I miss working there.
Truck driver / Donation collector in Cambridge, ON
on 4 August 2022
Kiss your wife and kids goodbye.
I quit my desk job to get out and make a difference. Once I got the phone call for an interview the lady from HR said I should just keep my desk job once I told her I worked all week to finish my 2 weeks notice. I had to argue to get my interview secured and once I went for the interview I was hired on the spot. There was a $2,000 sign on bonus which they failed mention is paid out in portions of $500 / 4 months worked.The hiring paperwork stated I would receive a uniform and my probation was 1 month.4 months into employment we only just now received a uniform and my bonus was delayed another month. My manager recently told me I have no vacation days until I finish my SIX month probation.. which is news to me.Advancement seems impossible as we had an opening for a supervisory position recently and the management team decided to hire out instead of promote within, which to my understanding is something thats normal to see.My hiring paperwork stated I would be working 4 - 10hr shifts weekly and only today did I receive a formal notice this will be taking place the following week, signed by my manager however this has been the idea for over 4 months and I personally have averaged 10hrs / day - roughly 6 days a week with no overtime pay and 23% Tax deduction = 1,100 bi-weekly on a good pay day.
Delivery Driver in 730 The Kingsway Peterborough
on 4 May 2022
Horrible company
Company is poorly ran at The Kingsway Location in Peterborough. Drivers are underpaid. Drivers are treated horribly. Management is unprofessional this company is not worth your time !
Operations Supervisor in Winnipeg, MB
on 7 April 2022
Loved my job
Would work at this place again in a heart beat. Staff is so friendly. Training was great and the work life balance was amazing. The office was cozy and just a great company to work for. They pay very well.
Driver in Cambridge, ON
on 31 March 2022
Think before you jump into this headache!
Constantly hiring people not able to do the basics of the job properly, making other drivers lives much more difficult. Poor planning makes for really messed up days doing work multiple times when if it was properly thought out it would be a one and done. Essentially acting as underpaid garbage men when doing bin pick ups as they have poorly placed locations that get massive amounts of garbage dumped on them on a regular basis.

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Interview insights

Insights from 83 Indeed users who have interviewed with National Diabetes Trust within the last 5 years.

Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Nothing, they will hire anyone.

Shared on 10 March 2019

Do you have a class 5, can you lift 30 lbs repetitively, when can you start ?

Shared on 24 January 2019

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