Driving shouldnt be hard but they make it
Driver (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 23, 2018
A typical day at MV consist of getting a van or bus, then having to wait for a new one cause your original vehicle is too broke down to drive. I had a van the actually had no brakes and they thought I was going to take that van out on the road. Pace and MV makes constant changes to your route, all while NOT informing you of the changes. Routes make no sense, and the dispatchers have no earthly clue about where certain streets are or how Chicago traffic works. Pace or MV do not care about the people they serve, all they care about is the money they get from the federal government. Not much of a work place culture cause you are by yourself most times and as a driver, those in office think of you as a second class citizen. Management is too busy going to Las Vegas with their friends there that they don't take care of the issues that are there. I learned from them is that they don't care if you really need to get somewhere, they just want you in their vans or buses so that they get paid. The ONLY thing I learned from them is that helping those who are mentally and physically disabled shown me that I am bless to being able to do things that others cant. But overall, if u are not in serious need of a job, don't even waste your time with them. They wont get better until they get rid of those horrible dispatchers, schedulers and GM. The safety team was cool, I will say.
I got to see a lot of the city of Chicago and that is it
No set schedule, work long hours without breaks, dispatchers and schedulers are the worst, low pay, management plays favorites