Westcan Careers and Employment
- IndustryTransportation & Logistics
Welder/Fabricator in Yellowknife, NT
on 23 January 2014
Managementwork was good, alot of rust had to be removed. Didnt really understand how the management was in the work enviroment
Class 1 Driver in Edmonton, AB
on 10 October 2020
Never recommended to any oneWorst place to work stay away specially if you are a lease operator driver dispatch and terminal manager treat you like a beggar.If you don't give favour to dispatch in the form if free loading other drivers they start treating you badly No respect for drivers and are just a number they keep hiring drivers but not treat well.Always just looking for reason to take away your safety bonus.Favouritism is most common practice over here . Worst ever experience.
Driver in Edmonton, AB
on 4 October 2020
Poor management Stressful place to workDisrespectful place to work. Terminal manager and dispatchers are soo rude to the drivers they damaging the company reputation not a peaceful environment anymore to work in the westcan.
Sales Associate in Vancouver, BC
on 23 March 2020
good energy, positive environmentworking here teaches you alot about people. understanding them empathically and providing the best advice for the situation. between the staff there was a positive team atmosphere
Metal Worker in Chilliwack, BC
on 19 October 2019
Terrible place of workManagement is rude and disrespectful, unfair. Unclear about expectations and expect you to break your back for 15$ an hour Worked there for 6 months never saw a raise.
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