Vedder Transportation Group Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- Revenue$5m to $30m (CAD)
- IndustryTransportation Management
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Milk Grader/Hauler in Abbotsford, BC
on 17 July 2020
Overall good place to workI Couldn’t get a day off when my wife was giving birth. Other then that major issue, it was a great place to work. Great job if all you care about is money and work. I quit when I couldn’t get days off.
Driver in Canada
on 14 September 2021
Incredible Care For StaffIve never reviewed a company. I got this profile to review this company after they went above and beyond to make sure I was ok.This company cares! it cares about its drivers and its people. I have never worked for a company that respected my time and work like Vedder does.I have never worked somewhere where they reached out to make sure I was ok, where they made sure I had time off when I needed it and where they actually remembered and cared about what was happening with my family.The managers right to the president remember my name and talk to me whenever they see me. It is a good feeling to know that I am not just a number and not just a "driver".
Driver in Abbotsford, BC
on 24 June 2021
Nothing is what it seemsMillion mile lng trucks that don’t run half the time. Money seems great till you work 14 hours for $290. I wouldn’t recommend this place to anyone. If you’re not working in the milk division then it’s like you’re not working for vedder. High turnover rate, about a dozen guys in 6 months. There is little to no training.
Tanker Technician in Abbotsford, BC
on 23 June 2021
High stress environment combined with superficial managementA typical day at work: long What you learned: who you work around makes a differenceManagement: Continually takes credit for the good achievements and reward for the average hard working employee is minimal.The hardest day on the job: either between dealing with a manager with poor communication skills or realizing there is 0 incentive to work harder than anyone else because the hardest workers are only rewarded with more work.The most enjoyable part of the job: the flexibility knowing that if you were truly a good employee they have no choice but to keep you around. (high turnover rate combined with low incentive to keep progressing = high demand for hard/smart workers).
Owner/Operator in Calgary, AB
on 12 April 2021
High pay / good milesI worked as a owner op. The interview was quick and then a driving test which I aced (lol). The guy who hired me told me there was a lot of work and I could do a lot of different types of loads. While I was here I hauled all sorts of different things. A lot of things to learn but they are good about helping you learn. If you can figure out that molassess is different then milk to offload you will do well lol.I went all over the place. They have some guys who stay in alberta and others who go across the border. I did both.Pay was good and a lot of miles to put on. Got frustrated sometimes with communications being confused but overall it was good.Would still be there but I had to sell my rig and move back out east.
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