A typical day at bridges is easy, I learned the routes by watching someone else who trained me, also how to record miles and fill gas tank with a pay card. Management I would say is good at what they do, just strict about rules concerning do's and dont's. The co-workers there are smart and very useful when it comes the associate meetings, they also maintain a good work environment and ensure that the clients procedures are met. There was nothing really hard about the job as long as you had good problem solving skills, the work was fairly easy, the most enjoyable part of the job was the driving, every client had a distance to drive, so that was interesting.
Take good care of their associates
Have to deal with mentally challenged clients behaviors