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    1. 1.0
      Feb 2, 2019
      Anonymous Employee
      Current Employee
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      Great West Benefits are not to bad since they've changed them. Up to 50,000 on drugs and dental, 1500 massage chrio, ect


      Management will always blame the driver even if its the company's fault. Management will lie just so they can be right and you be wrong Management is poor and argumentative Management here are bullies and will harass you until you quit CEO's preach if you have an issue come straight to us. Try getting a hold of one! It isn't an easy task. 'Safety is there #1 priority' is a lie. If your unsure of something they tell you not to do it, better safe than sorry. That's a lie. You get suspended for doing the right thing. Safety personal aren't even educated in HSE, They're the ones who made the most mistakes but the company couldn't fire. Equipment is always braking down, drive it till she dies they say. Equipment is old and outdated Pay is horrible for delivering dangerous goods you should be making well over there median wage. They say you should be paid no less than 23/hr but your paid by the load and the tri standards they have don't include traffic, loading issues, off loading issues, road conditions ect.

      1. 2.0
        Feb 16, 2017
        Current Employee
        Toronto, ON
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        Foss dispatch will show you so much attitude treat drivers like slave no respect for drivers work is not fair for all drivers work is according to dispatch moode and favourie driver's Always ready to give you hard time if you tell them if job is not safe to do Keep professional things personal


        Mark shanon please have a monthly survey from driver's About dispatch about there problems about forced work environment Safety guys are very good specially Derick always there for help Foss dispatch always show you attitude misuse there authorities against driver's force them to do unsafe work threats driver's Misuse of driver's

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