Our Philosophy: It's About People
We know that our success depends on our people. Within the transportation industry, Transdev stands out as an employer of choice—and for good reason. We’re innovators and leaders in the ever-changing world of public transportation. We recruit talented, motivated people, and we provide a high-performance environment where they can learn, grow and thrive. We mentor and train our employees to equip them for success, and offer competitive compensation and benefit packages.
We also strive to create and maintain a positive work environment by listening to our employees, recognizing achievement and valuing teamwork. We respect the dignity of each person and each role in our company. We support career development and strive to offer advancement opportunities. We take our values and Code of Conduct very seriously.
We demonstrate our commitment to a healthier planet by reducing emissions and our carbon footprint, and by taking action every day to adopt more sustainable practices in our offices, facilities and vehicles. Where appropriate, we also work to attract more people to ride public transportation, since getting more cars off the road is the biggest positive contribution we can make to the environment.
We have an unrelenting commitment to satisfying the city and county transit organizations that contract with us to manage their operations, and an equal commitment to take excellent care of their passengers. Our employees share our company’s passion for quality service and this has helped us to become the industry leader with operations in over 150 locations in the US.
We believe that diversity is essential to our long-term success. We strive to recruit and maintain a workforce that meaningfully represents the diverse and culturally rich communities that we serve. We nurture inclusion, because it brings a variety of backgrounds, experiences and ideas to our company. We foster diversity in our employment practices, vendor relationships, procurement standards, community-oriented activities and communication practices.