TRANSIT OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 18 January 2018
I've been with this company for over 8 years and find the work challenging. To say the least the level of employees surviving more than 3 years is very small. I have made many friends within the employee ranks as well as customers on my regular routes. The hardest part of the job is being in the drivers seat for so long. The best part of the job are the customers.
Company that only listens to upper management and has a complete disregard for general workers. The Human Resources department are content to take upper management's opinion of others without question. They support upper management blindly while treating workers and junior management with no respect for their opinions or experience. They do not conduct exit interviews if the review may be damning, only if it's positive. The company in general does not practice a respectful workplace, anti bullying or work life balance. I do not recommend working for this company.
Assistant Engineer (Former Employee) – New Westminster, BC – 1 June 2016
Diversity in the working environment and availability of new learning opportunities at work every day. Working at TransLink in a diverse environment is itself a journey that helps one learn more than he would do in any other company