ONBOARD HOST (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 26 February 2019
If you enjoy waking up at 3;30 am to start work and have no for see able end time in sight then this is a great gig. The work is min wage and grats. You can make great money and skip town for 6 months and only work 6 months of the year. Great if thats what you would like to do.
only working 6 months
No transparancy with grats that come fom the company, 2 accountants for 500 staff miss alot of money. Never get paid for missing money or any explanation.
Front Line Worker (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 5 December 2018
Time spent working for this company is wasted time. Little to no advancement for one. Cuthroat when there is an opening. People pretend to be your friends but its really just a catty and selfish environment. Expect to go into the negative while working here. They pay a few pennies over minimum wage and they won't even tell you the pay when you go to the interview, they just beat around the bush until they have you cornered. Waste of time. McDonalds will treat you better.
Worker (Former Employee) – Jasper – 24 August 2018
Keep looking, this is only seasonal work. The subcontractors for this company pay low. If you do decide work here just do it for one season or two just to get back on your feet. Any longer you're in a professional rut and need to take action.
Make you realize how unemployable you really are.
Low pay, no benefits, high employee turn around...
Works as Onboard Cleaner (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 14 June 2018
The work and work place is enjoying and productive at the same time. You will be able to see the beautiful scenery inside the train while working. Management provides excellent training for the suitable job that allows the worker to learn and grow.
Station Host (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 14 March 2018
Everyone is great, they treat you fairly and make sure you're okay. Typical morning you check people in and talk and smile and engage with the guests. Workplace is very multicultural. The best way to get through this job is if you're already happy yourself! Waking up very early and cheery is one of the aspects you should have.
they give you great service with lunches, compensate
short hours that are split shift, hard to find someone cover your shift
Senior Business Intelligence Analyst (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 24 October 2017
ndeed has amazing healthcare and benefits packages, in addition to an open and fun work environment. No complaints about the caliber of employees; however, the company is growing rapidly and experiencing it's own growing pains. You MUST be comfortable with EVER changing strategy and goals, and slow career growth.
Resource Planning, Administration & Guest Services (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 26 June 2017
The job does not pay very much but the experience is priceless! Highly recommended to people who are at their humble beginnings in the Hospitality Industry. You will meet a lot of great people, gain awesome experience and tremendously grow as a human being!
HVAC Technician (Former Employee) – Kamloops – 18 April 2017
Good bunch of people to work with. Work at a steady pace. Reasonably safe place to work. Paid lunch breaks. You work nights with working 12 hours for three nights with four days off in the running season. Off season work days 10 hours for four days.Not much overtime. If you want a job locally in Kamloops where money not a concern with time off to do things then the job is for you.
Work 3 12 hour nights a week
Pay not up to industry standard for HVAC. RSP not that great.