Pros: new peterbilt daycab trucks with ice cold air onditioning
Cons: no personal proof of hours/miles, they like to play games at your expense
Interview was very "spot on" to what the job would be like-- very labor intensive. If you are looking for easy street, this is not your gig.. I worked hand unload before so I am used to the physical attributes needed to unload 1500 to 2700 pieces on a daily basis. The physical part wasn't a problem-- I like a challenge, and I like pushing myself to achieve goals I set.. I was made to do this job. (... or so I thought!)
...Well I worked a thurs, fri, and sat. (the workweek is tue-sat)-- 3 days of training. They direct deposit your check in your bank account the following friday. with the employee having no tangible proof to what hours/miles you worked. You punch in and out with an elog machine in the truck-- and be ready to fork ovr your cell phone bill-- because you have to call ohio 2 to 3 times a day and wait to talk to dispatchers.-- well anyway, friday came and no deposit... i call the dispatcher and i got involved in the best rendition of "pass the buck" i have ever witnessed. the dispatcher and payroll clerk, hr manager, and the regional manager blamed "walgreens" for not entering my payroll, so I wouldn't be paid. How is walgreens responsible? they are the company cpc hauls product for-- not the brains of the operation... anyway I asked to talk to the person responsible, just so I could be assured that this would never happen again.. NO GO on that, more run around... finally got a comchek made out with cpc authorization, so I could have a little money to live off of for a week.
THIS IS COMPLETE BS, DON'T BOTHER WITH THESE AMATEURS!
AN HONEST DAYS WORK DESERVES AN HONEST DAYS PAY