Waste Connections Careers and Employment
- CEOWorthing Jackman
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$1bn to $5bn (CAD)
- IndustryEnergy, Mining, Utilities
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Roll Off Driver in Calgary, AB
on 28 July 2020
breakfast on wednesday, hotdogs and chili fridaysassigned a truck. given work for the day. mechanics are awesome. dispatch is very reasonable and understanding. you are pushed to the point of exhaustion. no life but great pay
Previous Driver in Ontario
on 7 November 2020
Terrible ManagementWhere do I begin, the job itself is a good job if you can hustle and don’t mind hard work in all kinds of weather. The management is the worst I have ever seen and had to deal with at any job. They play games, favorites, and give the best routes and treatment to bad workers who kiss butt. They target union stewards and fire good workers for stupid reasons. They work the good workers like dogs and the bad workers get sent help at the end of the day.
Customer Service in Coquitlam, BC
on 29 October 2020
Poor management (not all)I absoloutley fell in live with my job and career changed. However even if you are doing amazing they will let you go two weeks before your probation is up without reason and with you standing there begging for one. Even when you state all the things you have done well and thinga you have been doing the management agrees but yet no reason is offered because they do not have to. They say how they care but it is clear this company was sadly a waste of my time and i should never have been apart of a team that was not a team. If there were things i needed to work on or improve on i should have been informed however i was not. Was also terminited after being told i was getting a bonus so yea thats cool.... time to work for the competion and bring my speed, efficiency, positive outlook on life and work to a company that will appreciate all the hard work and extra hours pulled without pay.
Driver in Kitchener, ON
on 31 July 2020
They Say They Care and They Show ItI recently lost my job at Waste Connections in Kitchener after working there for many years. I lost my job due to my own fault and now after working at two jobs since I realize that Waste Connections really was a great place to work. I’d give anything to have my job back. They treat people really well here and you aren’t just another number. Management is fair and the maintenance department really takes care of the equipment. I would recommend working here
Driver/Operator in Coquitlam, BC
on 27 July 2020
Lifes too shortYes they pay well but at the sacrifice of your mental and emotional health. Cameras in the trucks, disciplining guys for as little as a sip of water on route. If you are ok with low level jail time it's a great company to work at because you are watched like your in a cell, despite telling you that's not the case, .... I've seen the videos.
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