Ambulatory Service Driver (Former Employee) – PHX, AZ – September 11, 2017
the job was a contract base which resulted in a huge loss of main account. as a result, there was no work left for contractors to do. On top of contract loss, they went from reliable technology to unreliable technology
productive workplace. they let me have fun at what I know how to do
Driver (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – August 3, 2017
great company. Very busy place. I had a lot of fun practicing my specialties at fabrication with 0 tolerance and great quality of workmanship. I had a great supervisor and management was responsive and we were well informed. The hardest part of my jobs is going home everyday because I get into what I am doing and regret having to quit everyday. The most enjoyable part of my jobs is that they actually paid me to do what I enjoyed.
Dispatcher/Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – 43rd and camelack – July 21, 2017
neat work area, good experience, however management had favorites and pay raises were super slim. the job has its good and bad days, customers that are super nice, customers that are super rude but in the end its a job and you do what you have to do.
Company moving in negative direction. Not pro driver
Taxi Driver (Current Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 15, 2017
It has been a great retirement job. Recent changes to operations have cut income and lead to frustrations. The company recently moved away from traditional meters and dispatching and replaced with a poorly designed app.
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 20, 2017
If you have a chance to work here, don't. No communication. No respect. Not enough pay for the hours you work and the amount of things you have to put up with. 12.50/hour to drive humans around. Not worth it.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – June 7, 2017
I enjoy working here the agents and management is great. We have a lot of company events throughout the year, and a overall positive work environment. Since being here I have become more fluent with Excel. Helping the drivers throughout the day with different task is what I love to do.
Shuttle Driver (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 14, 2017
It was a job that paid over minimum wage and there were medical benefits;although,the deductible was high. Those were the only cons that I can think of. Favoritism came into play often at the workplace. If you were new, you had no outside life because you were working whenever needed and that could be starting anywhere from 4a.m.- 2p.m.
A little more than minimum wage, Some medical benefits
Transit Driver (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 6, 2017
Low compensation for having passengers safety in your hands. Policy changes that make no sense and put routes behind schedule, making angry passengers that miss their connections, creates 1000 times extra unnecessary wear and tear on the vehicles, some that are already on their last leg, and increases the probability of accidents by making you stop and block traffic on congested roads for no reason. Unable to keep good drivers, creating constant schedule changes. Not asked if you can or want to work over time, you're told to. I'm making $2.00 per hour more driving a shuttle bus for a student apartment complex with 2 stops, no stress, and weekends off. You'd think pay for transit would be higher. No union.
Great, hard working drivers, every Sunday off, mostly friendly passengers.
Low pay, no union, changing schedules, bad new policies.
If it wasn't for poor management at every level and horribly low pay this would be a good place to work.
Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 3, 2017
Can't recommend this place to work. NO one at any level likes working there. Write ups for following old policy but no one ever told you things changed. Unclear instruction. Poor training. It's too bad because this could be a good place to work.
The driving part of this job is enjoyable, Fellow drivers are supportive, Most of the passengers are friendly and a pleasure to serve, Routes are simple
Management is disorganized, instruction is vague, they issue write -ups like they're free, no raise based on the write ups, management never held accountable for mistakes, very unhappy employees, huge turnover, at a safety meeting the manager told us, please use the resignation forms at the door, Very low pay.
Supervisor/Manager (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – June 19, 2016
- Everyday at work was great because I always loved seeing the clients faces. -I learned manger material and how to properly run an office. - Management was fantastic - Always got along with my co-workers and always helped when they needed . - The hardest part was laying off co-wokers - Always meeting new people and friends , taking on challenge with with a pride.
Transportation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Aurora, CO – March 16, 2016
A typical day at work consisted of taking phone calls from medicaid patients to arrange rides to a medical appointment. I learned how to be more patient. Management did their jobs well, and were patient and cooperative when employees cam to them with questions. My co-workers were my favorite part. When there were no calls to take, I enjoyed chatting with them. There wasn't really anything I considered hard to do.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – February 11, 2016
Some of the people are great to work with. This company should work on their communication and training which is lacking and are what I feel two of the most important things a company should ensure they are excelling in.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Glendale, AZ – February 5, 2016
Total transit, was a calm and easy place to work. I started with no experience what so ever as administrative assistance, my co- worker trained me and guide me to learn how to work all systems and basic admin duties, they where very surprised how fast I learned the systems and picked up being a admin for have no experiences. The hardest part of my job was learn each system, but I managed to learn them all. I have learn how to use Microsoft, excel, and outlook, I also learn how to work with customers by calling each individual for a maintance check on there vehicle or answer any questions or concerns they may had. the most enjoyable part of my job was how unity and how well we all work as a team to exceed the companies goals.
Cab Driver (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – September 3, 2015
it's a place where people cames and goes due to the luck of support from managers and stuff, working for this place it's so bad that every time they find someone guilty but they never find solutions to their problems. they will take your money and that's all about them all they want it's your money.
Scanner (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – August 18, 2015
Provided costumer service. I learned how to compare prices and how grocery stores compete. Management was unstable, we went thru 4 different store managers in less than a year. Co workers maily keep to themselves.