I found that the culture within Waste Management has a real close family oriented type of feel about them. When it comes to seeing new drivers or runners everyone will go out of their way to introduce them selves and ensure the new temp worker knows or shown who he/she is assigned to. When a runner is hurt quite'' Quite often you will hear someone step up to fill in even though this person has already finished his route which is great as even though we are out there on separate Trucks n Routes'' you still have that team feeling .
After 11 proud years in my former tenure I have always had the reasoning, commitment and assistance of my former Coordinators, Management and Sales Teams.Very much an inclusive and equal opportunity company with some scope for advancement in what can be a trying and challenging environment.
Good working conditions, always observing H&S initiatives
I was in a sales-based cold role and the job was restructured after only 18 Months. My sales leads were put daily into a pipeline so once I took redundancy I wasn't really required.
A typical day consisted of driving around looking for potential business, making contact and updating into the sales system. Then going out to convert the client into a customer and working ethically through contract terms and dates.
Workplace culture from the 'old timers; was great. It's the new sales management that was bought in that changed things . The hardest part of the job was the initial training on the trucks the called for a 4am start to be on the truck by 5am.
Most enjoyable part waws the bonuses and the food shouts.