Steer Clear of CPC Walgreens Jupiter/Orlando
Truck Driver, Jupiter, FL - July 28, 2015
A typical day of work consist of calling in every morning by 8 am to see if there is any work then calling back again by 4 pm 6 days a week. On a very rare occasion you may find yourself on the schedule at work and not have to call in.
The Jupiter/Orlando CPC management team are neither managers or team players. You are just a number and expendable. Constant lack of support and lack of any ongoing training/safety. The communication between you and Jupiter/Orlando division is dismal at best. I get more results by calling corporate in Missouri.
The outdated method of hand unloading/fingerprinting is beyond cost effective and trying on your body. The constant load evaluations and safety surveys you fill out are no better than toilet paper. I have been told by dispatchers with over 15+ yrs that this is the way this company has always been. This is very sad yet acceptable by them. The lack of a schedule is not conducive to any family life. You are on call 24/7 even on vacation. I personally was called 2x while on vacation by dispatch. The most enjoyable part of the job would be Sunday no call in required!
If you do choose to make Jupiter Walgreens your next job you will be the next "Victim" , "Human Forklift" or "Mushroom". Also, make sure your are available 24/7, never turn a load down or that $830 a week ($138 a day for 6 days on call) goes away!
Welcome aboard....you have been warned!