I enjoyed my time there the job was fun and got paid good wage and they showed allot of appreciation for work well done. The company would take all employees to a sports game weather it was hockey or baseball every year like when I was there I went and watched the Toronto Blue Jays play the Texas Rangers which to me was awesome. My reason for leaving was because I had to learn how to back in the grease trucks into the dumping pit and with me never had a drivers license made it too difficult so for that reason instead of them firing me which some companies could have they give me a layoff so I could collect E.I. which gave me time to find employment else where and that's what I call respect.
Great wages and treated with the out most respect.
I worked here for a year and that's all I could tolerate! Besides the lack of training I received, management / dispatch has no clue what the drivers actually do, no communication, new trucks, old trailers (always something broke or missing). Always something not working on a daily in general or told your doing this tmw and coming into something totally different. Every day is def different at sanimax that's forsure. As a floater you will have no life and if you happen to get a route they will pull you to float anyway. If you don't do as asked or can keep up you get penalized by no hrs and constant indirect harrassment. Good money and lots of hrs as it's a revolving door of employees. Management / dispatch all have their own agenda, try to get the most outta drivers by doing what they have to do, to get job done. They don't want you putting defects in so they can be selective about what they fix. Other then that, the job itself is easy enough, the other drivers save this place, friendly and willing to help a fellow driver! Kinda sucks management / dispatch is the problem, if they could fig it out be a great place to work.