Generally a dead end job with a chill and easy going vibe as a trade off.
Shuttle Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Dallas-Fort Worth, TX – December 11, 2018
I felt it was OK for an entry level college job. As long as you were on time and didn't try and cause issues, it was generally a minimal stress experience. That being said, it quickly became apparent that's all it was going to be. ABM is not the kind of company that seems to view people as anything more than company equipment to do a certain job until they're automated out. Pay from company was abysmal, although it was offset by being allowed to take tips. Any skills/certifications you needed to advance (ie a CDL), you were completely on your own to get. Ironically, I later learned CDL drivers fared worse given what they're worth and the fact they're tipped no where near as much. General attitude is "we're here for the bottom line and you're here for a job, not a career".
A relatively easy to get and overall easy going job with tips.
Pretty much everything else.