Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Oshawa, ON – 30 May 2018
This is a great company to work for they provide a very competitive Salary compared to other bus companies and the flexible hours allow you to enjoy your day between routes great for retirees or Sr's looking to increase thier income.
Charter Driver (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 19 December 2018
the company takes on more work than it can handle which results in a lack of drivers and buses that are fit for service. bus shortages cause drivers to be late or simply not showing up to pick up students. there is no GPS or mapping software so covering routes results in large delays.
School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Haileybury, ON – 8 August 2018
I really enjoy working as a school bus driver. The staff are very nice people and easy to work for... Schedual is laid back because it's only part of the day that u work. The pay is fine. I learned alot working here such as how to be a very cautious driver...how to perform a proper pre-trip inspection... I now have the experience of doing out of town charters.
awards ceremony at the end of the school year with a free breakfast which is catered.
Large Vehicle Operator (Former Employee) – York, ON – 2 September 2018
Profit over children. That is the sole purpose of the private sector school bus industry, with companies such as Stock. The cheapest buses, held together by the cheapest parts, put together by the cheapest mechanics and driven by the cheapest drivers.
School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Sutton, ON – 12 June 2018
A typical day at work is arriving at 6:45 am to do my circle check which takes about 10 minutes. Then head out to you first pick up. once all children picked up take them to school. once completed you are off until its time to pick up from school and then take them to the proper stop.
Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Kingston, ON – 26 April 2018
I worked for Stock and I enjoyed it but I had to leave because I am a single mother to 2 small school-age children. It took a toll on their sleep because I had to get up early mornings to take them with me and then take them to school right after. I highly recommend this job if your children are babies, but definitely not small school age children.
Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 9 February 2018
You start very early in the day, doing a split shift, and only get paid for the route that you drive from a start point to an end point. All the work, driving, checks and other work related things needed for the job are done on your own time and not paid for. Great job for retirees that like to do volunteer work as well.
School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 March 2018
Wonderful management, great new boss; there are many nice people who work in the office (Toronto West (in Etobicoke).) You will not make a lot of money but as long as you're a decent driver you will always have work!