Overall Reviews at Greyhound
Director of Administration | Dallas, TX | Feb 5, 2019
Co-workers make the company
Collaboration between departments was instrumental in getting projects done on time. Benefits are below standard and cost more and cover less each year.
Regional Manager | Los Angeles, CA | Sep 16, 2019
Had a great 9 yrs with the company. It was fast paced and adrenaline pumped as no two days are ever alike. This is a job for someone who wants to make a change or impact in the company. Your given autonomy but only after you have proven yourself. Upper management is great and is approachable for communication. Tell it how it is and provide a solution and get the green light
ProsFull Autonomy to run your business
ConsLong hours on call 24/7
Technical Trainer | Dallas, TX | Aug 29, 2019
The Dog is a Great place to work!
A True American company. Gets better each day! Greyhound is a Technical grounded company with room for advancement... They are all about there employees
ProsGreat Management and Great Culture
ConsLot of Travel, but I signed up for it...
Ticket Sales Representative | Memphis, TN | Nov 13, 2018
Productive and energetic days
Greyhound was a great place to work, I enjoyed every minute of everyday that I spent at Greyhound. Greyhound days were never the same, there was never a a dull day at the Greyhound.
Maintenance Mechanic | Denver, CO | Jun 15, 2018
Pleasure to work there
I received a lot of training combined with a fast paced work environment made it an exciting place to work. The co workers were all friendly and supportive with the experience the had to offer.
ProsGreat company and co workers
Unloader | Philadelphia, PA | Mar 23, 2019
Not for married people or family
Great for getting your CDL B and Passenger Endorsement and they have a Excellent Safety Driver's Training Course. Low Paying and not knowing your schedule. Please if you have family do not work here. Not good for men and women that is married
ConsPay and schedule
Call Center Representative | Dallas, TX | Sep 25, 2018
Working at a call center allows you to be an introvert with people and get paid for doing so. The environment at Greyhound call center was very efficient, knowledge and had a lot of integrity. It also provided you an opportunity to grow and to advance. The company even encouraged growth and trained on appropriate behavior when attempting to be promoted.
ProsExcellent in Integrity
Customer Service Representative | Indianapolis, IN | Aug 15, 2018
Very unhealthy place to work.
The management was not supportive of staff. There was no team work. People would not show up to work. Hard to reach management as they did not work there schedule shifts.
Prosunlimited rides for employee
Consno management support, hard to work with others
Chief Technology Officer | Pleasantville, NJ | Jan 14, 2020
it's a good job lots of work there. a very very very challenging workplace with inspections engines transmission electrical all challenging and of course have to have air conditioning rebuilding electrical all have to work.
Baggage Handler | Sacramento, CA | Apr 12, 2019
A whole lot of Stress
A typical day at work can range from calm to absurd in a matter of hours.
I learned mostly physical prowess and how to deal with angry and violent customers. Management wise the Greyhound system could use an overhaul as the west coast stations do not have as much resources as the east coast stations.
Workplace culture can be tense and toxic at times depending on whom you choose to associate with. Stick with those who can balance work ethic with emotional balance and are unafraid to stand up when the time comes.
The hardest part of the job is finding a way to enjoy the job.