Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – May 19, 2018
Always always always remember YOU are responsible for your own life and those you transport. Do a thorough pretrip daily even during shift change remember you livelihood is at stake. Trust no one just do your job. Pay is great but security is what I needed. They are union but union has no purpose company is in total control paying hush money. If you’re applying for supervisor always shoot for no less than $18 there’s a lot of work required. You’ll be performing multiple tasks but not compensated for it. The area is growing and there’s much opportunity throughout the region. This company just isn’t prepared for it. Good Luck and stay focused!!!
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Durham, NC – September 30, 2017
Starting my day with inspection of bus, collecting fares and greeting passengers, learn routes, management was good work place had many cultures, hardest part was keeping the peace with games and keeping the customers safe from harm way, job was what you made it, keeping safety first propriety of the day