The knowledge of the job isn't hard to comprehend, takes some time to learn - the work is physically demanding (was, there's a new system in place) and hours are long if you do b.s.-service for them that also makes you look and appear less than human to their "customers" who has this company held by their male counter parts.
This company cannot be trusted as they lied about my layoff - yes, I knew along about you guy's and what you and the company were up to; your reasoning and excuse for letting me and one other person go was not a good cover story.
So, if you like to work long unnecessary hours and be treated like a slave to almost half of their customer accounts - this job is for you but, don't expect to be there long. If you are a realist and honest hardworking person who knows where the line draws with you and customer relations and taking a stand - this job isn't for you.
Note to Company*
For the work you want your driver's to do and to retain good valuable driver's/workers, give them a raise in their poor commission and adhere to their information, knowledge and ideas for they are the one's out there in the field engaging with the customers.
Meeting great people who give you respect when do the work with dignity
Management is in it for themselves and no backbone to the company.