Slingshot Transportation, Inc Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- IndustryTransportation & Logistics
- Headquarters370 Ontario Street North ...
In 1988 our President, Phil Dawson, transitioned his trucking experience into a full service transportation company combining both assets and 3PL service. The focus of the company was — and is — to provide top-notch professional, comprehensive service. Harnessing experience and advanced leadership has built Slingshot into an industry leader.
Slingshot’s core philosophy, "Driven for Excellence - Powered by People" is behind everything we do. Essential to our success is our high-performance team of professionals including drivers, dispatchers and management. This dynamic team have many years of experience while keeping an eye on the future.
Our knowledgeable, reliable and professional driver force is maintained with respect, fairness and steady work. Excellent drivers are essential to our business and we couldn’t do it without them! We are always looking to add qualified drivers to our family. A step to Slingshot is a step in the right direction.
AT SLINGSHOT WE DON'T JUST MOVE FREIGHT — WE LEAD IT!
Salary estimated from 170 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.
Great people to work with. Fair treatment, Good hours A bit disorganized Lacking support and standardized procedures for internal operations. The location in Ingersoll was seeme4d to be slapped together by head office hired newc people to run it and then minimally supported by distant management which requested top results immediately.
-Fair pay and benefits for the work -Mixed quality supervisors (1 great, 1 okay, 1 poor) -Pleasant coworkers, just be careful who you trust -Very clean facility Make no mistake, you're there to make their one and only customer money by any means necessary. Everything you're asked to do supports that goal, even if that means being dishonest and exaggerating findings on your inspection reports, in order to provide more opportunity for their customer to gouge growers for discounts on product. Expect extremely shady and potentially fraudulent asks on the regular. They hire individuals with a quality background but treat you like a general laborer. They will never attempt to tap your knowledge or experience or what you may bring to the table beyond being a warm body at a workstation to complete a task. Don't bother taking initiative to help make process improvements or document processes either, supervisors will not be interested, and getting anything implemented feels like beyond pulling teeth. If you value growing in your career as a quality professional or have a strong sense of morality, I HIGHLY advise not working here.
Great place to work. Good team to work with. Good change of pace and always feel included. Good perks and team building, good pay for the job. Fun
They treat you well and fair if you do your job. Pay is great the dispatch team was great and management treats you well if you work with not against them. Also the best team of drivers I have worked with. Equipment is all new and well maintained.
Very poorly managed company. The previous posts of people being pushed to tears is true. This place will ride you like a rented mule until you break. Leadership, which is a dismal failure, is run from the 90's Japanese business plan and whatever psychology book happens to be popular that week. It is irresponsible and blames employees for it's own shortcomings. If you want to be a scapegoat then this is the place for you
High staff turnover
Hostile Management Team.
They tout that it is a team environment but it really means "Just do as we say"
You cannot question or try to innovate any processes.
Tow the line or get out.
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