Rush Truck Centres of Canada
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About the company

  • CEO
    Kevin G. Tallman
  • Founded
    1973
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Transportation & Logistics
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Installation & Maintenance

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 23 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Delivery Driver / wear house in Ottawa, ON
on 17 September 2021
People are awesome, it makes for a great work day
The people here are awesome! They make the day go by, but it’s a pretty hectic place to work. Relatively unorganized which makes the job harder then it should be. The GM is an amazing guy and will listen to you, level with you and tell you the truth which is nice. Benefits are decent too, it’s helped me an my family a ton.
Technician in Timmins
on 31 August 2021
Great coworkers. Management needs out.
Work was good, coworkers were fantastic. Management not so much. Short staff due to manager. People refuse to work here because of that and lost a lost of coworkers due to the same reason. Broken promises.
310T Technician in Greater Sudbury, ON
on 11 June 2021
Great place to learn, fast-paced but stressful environment.
Great place for learning and working on different models and brands of trucks in the industry. Great co-workers, always felt like a big family there to me. Unfortunately it is not managed the greatest and the shop & it's tools aren't well maintained. It can also be stressful at times with all the pressure being put towards the shop side. That being said it's a great place to start off and learn, and the teamwork and co-workers are amazing there !
Technician in Cornwall, ON
on 11 June 2021
Don't waste your time seriously don't
Worst job I ever had, and this is coming from a guy that used to flip burgers and scrap garbage cars at the same time. Any reasonable person will leave after about a week, and dont bother giving your resume if you're an apprentice who wants to learn, especially if You like to do things right, not to mention co-workers who will sit at the break table and look at dumb stuff on their phones while you're doing all the bad jobs, getting bad pay, working bad hours, and learning a bad attitude from the happy go-lucky techs. I went there with the best intentions and left with a distaste for what I do even though I've moved on to a good local company with good guys in the shop I still can't help but kind of hate the trade I'm in. Way to go Rush, you guys really know how to _ the good people off, forever.
Parts Person in Ottawa, ON
on 4 June 2021
Great place to work
This is a great place to work, advancement is there if you show you want it. Management cares and tries to help in any way they can. The building is old which brings challenges. The people there are happy and always helpful. This is a fast pace environment but everyone seems to get though the day while smiling.The benefit package is one of the best in the City.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

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