The best part of the job is definitely the flexibility, most of your assigned jobs can be scheduled for any time within a 2 week period. The hours are ok, but you never know what your paycheck will look like in 2 months. You may have a 40 hour week or you may have a 4 hour week, it just depends on what the company has been hired to do. The hardest part and also the easiest part of the job is definitely dealing with store managers. You never know what you're walking into. Most of the time you meet very friendly people who are happy for the extra help, and then other times you have... interesting... managers who will make things harder than they have to be. The jobs are very easy as long as you know how to read a planogram. And if you don't know how to read a planogram, you'll need to learn quickly. Working with Driveline was a nice way to help cover my bills while in college, but I wouldn't suggest making it a full time career due to lack of benefits. Overall, the DMs you report to are very helpful and on top of things. As long as you do your job properly and efficiently without cutting corners, it's a breeze.
Easy work, helpful district managers, friendly coworkers
Lack of benfits, uncertain hours