Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Redmond, WA – August 29, 2017
This is, by far, the WORST place I have ever worked!!!!! All the employees are treated as VERY replaceable cogs in this very large machine. The MV management is simply HORRIBLE!!! I cannot in good conscience recommend this company to anyone who would wish to apply.
driver (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – July 15, 2017
was extremely nice place to work;everyone friendly and helpful;good stuff in vending machines.managment onsite and easy to talk to. hardest thing was long days if assigned split shift...enjoyable part knowing you were helping people that otherwise would be housebound.Learned of all the various conditions that people of any age could experience that would put them out of mainstream transportation.
after meetings and for holidays and special occassions had pizza, mexican, chinese and other types of food catered
With so much responsibility and peoples lives at stake, too little pay.
Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Grand Junction, CO – November 22, 2016
For all the responsibility that you have, they pay too little. They look for the smallest reason to fire someone. You don't get breaks or lunch. You hardly ever have two days off together. they are so short handed that they are always asking you to work your days off. You have no family time.
Driver (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – February 3, 2016
Dispatchers were very friendly, co-workers and dispatchers were accommodating when ask questions. The hardest part of the job was trying to pick up customers on time when scheduling was tight. The easiest part of the job was interacting with the customers.
Road Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fairfax Va – November 20, 2014
I was a "Road Supervisor " for this Company, and quite honestly, it was the worst experience of my working career!! I strongly suggest you look for another Company, where you can be happy! This Company is TERRIBLE from the management, though all levels of it's operational structure! They made each function a problem from the word go. They messed up payroll checks, lost time sheets, etc!!
Para Transit Driver (Former Employee) – Staten Island, NY – November 5, 2014
As an Access A Ride driver you will get to see all that New York City has to offer. The beauty of the architecture of the homes and buildings, the view from some of the locations that you get to go to are breath taking. The pay could be better, but if you love to drive this is the place for you.
Fixed Assets Manager (Former Employee) – Fairfield, CA – June 28, 2012
A typical day at work consisted of all functions of asset management. Disposing, transferring and adding assets to the database. I'd often correspond with colleagues via email/phone to go over necessary transaction and explain the proper steps needed. My boss was very help and instrumental in my development. Always willing to assist with matters that required collaborative efforts. My inoffice coworkers were nice and pleasesant, always professional. The hardest part of the job was getting coworkers to follow the procedures set in place for asset functions but it wasn't a complete hinderence. The thing I enjoyed most about the job was that I controlled the process from beginning to end and I oversaw the database for all companies.