Weekend delivery driver (Ancien employé) – Kitchener-Waterloo, ON – 19 octobre 2019
I started working here in 2018 November for weekends. You arrive Brantford at 7 am and sometimes stay until 10-11 am. Which is unpaid. Once loaded you proceed to make deliveries. Houses were easy to deliver too, if they aren't home, you just leave it in the porch and take a pic. The worst part is delivering to Apartments, most times people were not home and you couldn't get in, unless you waited for someone to enter the building. This often took a lot of time when adding n ThisThis often
Conducteur-livreur de marchandises (Ancien employé) – Ottawa, ON – 16 octobre 2019
The boss been abusing of his autority firing people just for misunderstandings, the sorting we do at the warehouse isn't paid but them guys in the management want to put pressure on something you are not paid for. The only part that is paid is the delivery. If you're ok with that then you should go for intelcom as it pays really good but is not as much friendly.
Delivery driver (Employé actuel) – Calgary, AB – 20 septembre 2019
no benefits, your not covered for anything, use your own vehicle, work for a contractor and pay 15% of your income to the contractor . Its hard to work in this environment. gas is yours, the vehicle is yours. Your paid as per each package delivery. if you are supposed to travel to range roads, still u are paid per package and not kms covered.
Driver (Ancien employé) – Langley, BC – 17 septembre 2019
Making under minimum wage after you factor in the hours you are working. I was working 13 plus hour days. Super unorganized warehouse, broker and manager who didn’t care about anything other than themselves. Getting charged fees that made no sense on every pay cheque. Being expected to work on you’re only days off. The pay at first seems legit, until about 1 week you start realizing it absolutely is not worth it.
Fedex & Amazon driver (Employé actuel) – Cold Lake, AB – 10 septembre 2019
I've worked with intelcom for 3 years despite working every holiday and 6 days a week I can't complain I'm not like most drivers I don't live in a big city. My freight is brought to me every day and I manage my self and all my FedEx and AMAZON quite well self management is the best. People have to stop complaining about this company I've made more money and met more people than I have ever in my life.
Delivery Driver (Ancien employé) – Victoria, BC – 13 juillet 2019
Nobody here has a clue what is going on, not to mention when it's time to pay you for your work. Nobody can seem to figure it out, there is no organization and no a accountability. Save yourself the trouble and have nothing to do with this company.(if you can call it that)
Courier Driver (Employé actuel) – Ottawa, ON – 1 juin 2019
Management is newish at my location. New rules and adjustments come daily. If you have common sense, the job goes easy. Try and get a route in an area you know. Be honest and let them know how much you can handle.
Not too keen about boss’ keeping 20% of your earnings but that is there for them to cover when people are not available and the stress they get from management and to fix mistakes.
I don’t see much room for improvement unless you step up yourself, it is not offered.
Operations clerk (Ancien employé) – Red Deer, AB – 27 mai 2019
Red Deer Supervisor can barely turn on his computer and Calgary management pushed him along so for no reason. Salary well below what is should be. as soon as a left company went down hill. they should know what type of person is running there warehouse,