Textbook example of poor management.
Shuttle Driver (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – March 7, 2018
There were only 2 good things about this job. 1 it is an easy job to learn and do (driving cars around). 2 you get paid weekly. Everything else was unprofessional and mismanaged. There is no concrete off time which they let you know about up front, but what they don't tell you is that when you work for extended hours they can extend or eliminate your breaks. Management is very poor, creating an environment of distrust and intimidation but using fear tactics flat out rude behavior as forms of communication with employees. I worked there for a month and in that time they lost about 10 previous employees and hired 8 the sentiment being that they'll hire someone new if they do not want you there. The training and on boarding process was very unprofessional, my trainer specifically told me "there's their way and then there's my way", meaning that the company promoted someone to teach new employees how to disobey the practices they have. Since the job is so easy the employees cut corners and sometimes even completely abandon their posts instead choose to hide in restrooms/breakrooms. If you like an unusual amount of workplace drama, management that is uninformed and disrespectful and a bad relationship between them (road and rail) and the company they service (Toyota) then by all means you should apply.
Weekly pay, work boot reimbursement
Short to no break, uninformed ineffective management, poor/unsafe work environment