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Genesee & Wyoming Inc. Panama City, FL

Inspects services and maintains diesel locomotives in accordance with federal and company regulations, diagnoses diesel engine malfunctions and makes… Glassdoor

3 days ago

Conductor/Engineer – new

Genesee & Wyoming Inc. Panama City, FL

• Operates track switches (visually checks switch condition and direction) to change the direction of the engine or cars within yard limits or on the… Glassdoor

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Genesee & Wyoming President, CEO, and Director John C. Hellmann
John C. Hellmann
8 Ratings

    150 years of tradition uninterrupted by progress.

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    Former Employee - Trainman/Switchman  in  Roseburg, OR
    Former Employee - Trainman/Switchman in Roseburg, OR

    I worked at Genesee & Wyoming full-time for more than a year


    Management does what it says it is going to do. Training is above average. The company supplies you with the tools necessary for the job and has a generous co-pay for work required boots.


    It is a short line that tries to act like a class 1. You have all of the negatives, long hours, antagonistic management, harsh working conditions ie: rain, snow, 100 degree plus days and freezing nights. All of that for less than half the pay of a class 1 railroad. They work you up to the Federal limit and then try to get more out of you. If you are working a job with weekends off, and you go on vacation, they will call you back the next Saturday to cover someone else's job and take away the weekend at the end of your vacation.

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    Mandatory 60 hours/week plus commute is too much. Being stuck on graveyard for the foreseeable future sucks the joy out of life. There needs to be better balance between hours on the job and time off.

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