Property Management Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles County, CA – March 19, 2018
. i am friendly person . ranked person . clean . responsible and discipline . respectable ext. I do many different construction work / home remodeling plumbing , carpentry, framing ,flooring,drywal,stuccoreepair,painting ,windows&door replace
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 25, 2017
Management is really the worst part of the company, turn down rate on drivers is very high because company do not go easy on them and do not care even they are the most valuable assets. Splits shift, no break lunch, company always stand for patrons even when they lie, drivers do not have much of and opportunity to stay there long. My opinion State of Florida should have a commission to do investigate what it is going on, why so many people do get hired as a Bus Operators and quit or get fired at a very high rate
Direct Support Counselor (Former Employee) – North Haven, CT – October 24, 2017
I loved working for HART. My position was a Respite Direct Support Counselor. My hours/days were extremely flexible, the compensation was fair, job culture and management were awesome. Had I not moved, I would have been with the company for several years.
Friendly and fair management, reasonable pay, flexible hours, mileage reimbursement
Use of your own vehicle for certain respite programs
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – June 30, 2017
The recruiter from Hart contacted me and she was very friendly and very, very helpful. I was never out of work for longer than 2 weeks while I was a temp there and the one time I had a complaint about a client they took care of it immediately. Great Agency!
This was actually one of my best jobs I had. I can say I did love coming to work everyday. I was outside everyday. Driving a paratransit bus. And getting to meet many different and interesting people. Management was actually horrible. They made coming to work really bad. But I managed. Because there were many needy people out there that I took care of on a daily basis. Who looked forward to seeing me. And counting on me to get them somewhere safe.
Bus Operator (Current Employee) – Hillsborough County, FL – March 28, 2017
The management it is to tough on employees, they have no people skills but the job itself its great!! Love working with the public. For what we have to do the people are just great and Coworkers struggle to stay.
Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – March 15, 2017
overall its a okay job ..u just really dont have no life working there because they will make u on a last minute basis work on your off days and its required..also they believe anything the patrons report to them even if it is a lie
Bus Operator (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – February 3, 2017
Hart is a decent company to work for as a whole. the company does need some work on the management structure as a whole. when you have a problem and follow your chain of command you almost never see action done. the management structure in the company needs to change in order for the company will be worth staying. other than that hart is a good company to work for. its a union job with great benefits. if i had the chance i would go back there and recommend it to people.
pool tables, computers, periods of extreme work and time of alot of free time
Driver/Operator (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – December 15, 2016
Managers are overpaided, over 90,000 yearly, while bus drivers start with 12.00 hr. No lunch breaks are given for drivers even if they are scheduled to drive 10 hrs, supervisors aND dispatchers are lazy, they spent all day Checking youtube videos and netflix instead of making routes more efficient.