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7 or more, yo to 10 hours

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This is from an observation over the past 5 years. Management Transportation is a large entity, but a small network of management employees who stay in communication giving impute on previous employees trying to excel but whom have been quietly under the radar being black balled by previous management. At the end of the day potential employees do not know the relationship the hiring managers have good or bad. This is clearly about who you know and not what you know. The opportunities are not there to move up. Organizations like Transdev, First Group, MV etc. have recycled the same management people over and over regardless of their track records bringing the same bad management skills regardless how many complaints are reported, and not giving new blood with new ideas a chance to shine. Let’s be clear all are not to blame. It’s sad when you go on an interview at different locations/companies and most know of each other. There should be a company policy where it is prohibited that management should be allowed to contact each other about potential hires. They should only refer to their own judgement and Human Resources. It’s always stated college degrees, experience, etc. yet you have relatives, friends giving opportunities without the tools and get on the job training. Companies should want the best minds, best leadership skills and not my friends or family members this also is a breeding ground for mis-trust and disgruntle employees, which lead to a revolving door of employees and loss productivity/training expense. The goal is to keep/retain contracts and lower your complaints and run a safe any content work force which you can retain.

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In Arizona in either south or north yard its seniority based. New operators get what's left. Bid something it makes it easier til you get used to driving then you can bid for an improved run

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Have to go into office and fill out application. Do an assessment on computer. Wait until they call, then have to do a manditory drug screen. Altogether around 5-7 days to complete.

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Every 2 weeks

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This company is very much a no tolerance company and they fire you for the smallest thing...and they make up things to get rid of you and tell you they did an investigation which isnt true at all...they lie especially the head HR person and the black AGM person and there new safety manager...they are all in it for there pockets

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You are your own boss. It a franchise business. You pay for all benefits.

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The work environment is safe and secure.

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10 panel drug screen

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