If you're a transit operator, the public is 99% decent human beings. It's always that 1% that kills your day. The worst job at ttc would have the be transit operator in terms of job within TTC. A lot of staff and trades workers have a slower, relaxing, non abusive environment.
I will research TTC first and understand their services in more detail to become knowledgeable to work as a successful employee. I will understand the job duties and responsibilities and provide the relevant information about my skills and abilities to prove how I am the best person to do the job.
It's 40hrs per week.
However it's how you get those 40hrs that sucks.
As a new hire, expect no weekends off for at least 5-6years if you're lucky.
Expect split shifts. 4 hours on, 4off, 4on again. But only get paid for 8hrs.
Expect to work all hours of the day and night.
They are only obligated to give you 8hours off. So you may get a shift that ends at midnight but they expect you to be driving again at 8am. It's only 8 hours off work, they don't care about your commute, taking a shower, eating etc. As long as you have 8 hours off the job you can go back again.
Can anyone explain the TTC pension eligibility?
I'm 49 and just got hired as a bus driver (in training). I have heard it's 30years for full pension. Logic says I will not be working until I'm 79. If I work until retirement age that's only 16yrs. Can't seem to get an answer from anyone.
There is a an "80" rule where it takes your years of service and age into effect.
Something along the lines of 60 years old and 20 years of service makes you eligible for your pension.
Something along those lines.
Call the pension office for clarification.
I'd applied for a Project Coordinator position. I am wondering how long the recruitment process takes? Would someone know what the hiring process is?
It always goes on experience and not degree you have and be good with people