Gret job if you WANT to work
Driver/Operator (Current Employee) – El Paso, TX – August 31, 2018
The left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing - management at times attempts to convince drivers to do things they are not required (by contract) to do. If you allow yourself to play that game it's on you.
If you're hungry, there is a lot of money to be made as a driver for this company, descent benefits and greyhound is the standard for training nationwide.
On the negative side - dispatch, and to a lessor degree management, can be painful to communicate with, The hours are long (suck it up, you're paid by the hour) and passengers can be a handful.
On the positive, it's the highest paid interstate bus driving job in the US. If you know the contract and have a spine, management can't push you. and you'll meet a lot of outstanding people.
Great pay, amazing training, and Union job security.
communication with management and/or dispatch can be frustrating