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I am newbie. So far it's good.. pay is an issues as we are livin in lower mainland... they pay good but tax and deductible are so high it takes 1k from one paycheck.. just under 4k after tax a month.. most of the drivers hits on OT .. which seems to be no more.. in past 2 years .. hope thinks will get better.. if seniority goes up, have better flexibility on work that we could sign. Have to give atleast 2 to 3 years to see thinks getting better.. pay wise and work wise..
It varies according to people.
No break .. that means, seat is gonna be as hot as your a.s.s..
Good benefits package. Work environment could be better, managers in leadership roles are not equipped to lead a team of highly qualified employees. No accountability for employees to do their job, poor training and support.
You genuinely work with great people and that's what probably keeps everyone. Opportunity to complete some great work. Participate in different initiatives to really make a difference within the community/lower mainland. Lack of cohesiveness within the team. You feel almost on your own the entire time. - Very corporate environment, throughout majority of the subsidiaries. Oldschool corporate
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I was hired at Translink through a temp agency to help the IT department through a busy period. I was then asked to stay on and cover for a maternity leave as a Confidential Assistant. I enjoyed meeting and greeting people, organizing calendars and appointments. Great managers! The hardest part was ending my assignment I enjoyed working for a great company and learned organization