Waste Management
Happiness score is 53 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Jim Fish
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
  • Link
    Waste Management website
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Salary estimated from 344 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

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Driver in Coquitlam, BC
on 3 May 2022
Good company with nice benefits
Best company in the industry, safety first, friendly staff and managers. Nice and helpful coworkers. Good compensation and lots of works if you need more.
Garbage Truck Driver in Brampton, ON
on 17 April 2022
The best place to work at Everything is good about the company.However as an employee be very wary of who you have as a route manager.I had a good experience working there, but the downfall of the job is advancement is difficult. I was treated fairly and paid well. this is a great starter job that typically pays 25 plus an hour.
Operations Specialist in Kelowna, BC
on 11 April 2022
Run by accountants, poor man management.
Good pension plan, that's about it. Management is dictated by bean counters who see bottom line only.I saw several maintenance/parts decisions driven by policy, not local needs. My "goals" for the next year were never my own, despite being intended that way, at least on paper.Big Brother oversight, working for a huge machine as a unimportant pawn is for you with Waste Management
Driver in Alberta
on 3 April 2022
Not fun work place
Are used to be the best place to work till they put cameras in your trucks and when they didn’t like you anymore they were look at the cameras and get rid of you for any minor thing
Recycling Sorter in Brockville, ON
on 29 March 2022
Management are puppets, all control is out of Texas
Favoritism goes to women.Management is a joke.They couldn't manage to shake their own hand, without head office in Texas approval.The machines are falling apart, and in constant disrepair.There's no such thing as preventative maintenance, let alone maintenance in general.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

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Teamwork, experience in handling change,

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