Pros: monthly company funded lunches and casual fridays
Cons: short to no breaks at all, one hour lunches suddenly changed to 30 minutes, no flexible hours, low pay for the stress endured
A typical work day at Southeastrans was very fast-paced via phone calls to and from customers, managing log books, and working on time management and efficiency.
I learned the value of meditation and relaxation during any moment available, especially at home.
My co-workers were mechanical and very stressed. There were much to complain about and they were sure to partake in every opportunity to do so.
The hardest part of the job was the collective processes in place that required group orientation procedures instead of what was available.
The most enjoyable part of the job was an opportunity to learn a different side of transportation and the family oriented meetings that were held by the CEO and Chief of Staff once a month. Also, knowing the work you provide on a daily bases truly helps provide a positive impact on the clients as well as the community.