Driver (Current Employee) – Washington State – February 10, 2018
$13 an hour with no tips basically. The company keeps your delivery fee's and card tips, kind of confusing but I'll try to explain. Hour is $13 flat. Your delivery fee you don't get, or if you do you only get about 30 percent of it towards your check and they pocket the rest. OR, if your delivery fee/tips add up to over $13 an hour then you're paid that per hour but if not, you only make thirteen. Such a ripoff. Tons of miles on your car and tons of cash spent on fuel.
Terrible pay, no benefits, no bonuses, rarely see cash tips
Manager (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ – February 8, 2018
This company literally could not care less. Instances of racism, harassment and just general borderline hate crimes were treated with a raise for the person in question. I would not recommend this job to my worst enemy. You live under constant threat of being in a right to work state and being fired at anytime.
Driver (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – November 16, 2017
It was a fun job, does a lot on your car though. A typical day for me consisted of running orders to clients and doing homework between them if there was time. I learned a lot about communicating with customers and how to make them happy.
Inependent Contractor (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – November 14, 2017
Worked here for a few months. Pay was okay. Most of your work was based on tips. The schedule and work apps need work. Also managers seem incapable of sending out mass messages informing changes in payroll and what not.
I went to pick up more hours this past weekend and was unable to access the app and the next day unable to access the groupme chat. Called in to figure out why and was told that my contract was terminated due to call outs. Back in September, it was my understanding that they were working with my immediate family problems and I asked them to cut my hours for the week. They counted this as call outs. I reached out to the manager and never heard back.
Very unprofessional that I had to call them to find out that I was let go.
Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – October 11, 2017
I never saw the office. Never saw someone who worked here. I saw an ad online to receive $50 square cash every time 10 people used a code if you were approved as a brand ambassador. So I did a little write-up and got the thumbs up.
Operator (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 20, 2017
Stressful position with little opportunity for advancement. Organization is disorganized from top to bottom with nor structured form of communication in place. No one knows what one another is doing and there is no instruction from upper-management.
Overall pretty good, if you're okay with a high stress on-the-go job.
Driver (Current Employee) – Bloomington, IN – September 7, 2017
I worked nights, 8pm-1am or so (the busiest time) so I was mostly on the go. Fast-paced, had to deliver within 30mins or less, about a minimum of 5 deliveries a night. It's pretty stressful when you can't find the location or when the customer is rude, but I meet more nice people than rude ones (although they usually still don't tell well, if at all).
Nice people, VERY chill office environment, can dress however you want
Have to use your own car & pay for your own gas, very little tips, stressful
Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – August 29, 2017
Don't even consider working here. Comically bad leadership at the corporate level makes it impossible to take the company seriously. goPuff does not care about its employees and will take advantage of you at any opportunity.
OPERATIONS MANAGER (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 21, 2017
A typical day of work is that you'll wait for orders to come in and you'll pack the orders then prioritize it for drivers that will then deliver the order in a timely fashion. Certain days you'll be responsible for receiving shipments of goods that you'll go through and then stock or put it in backstock. Lot's of experience and knowledge can be learned about a warehouse and how it operates while working here. The hardest part is that you're always inside a warehouse and you'll be working long days at least 8 hours 6 days a week or more. The most enjoyable part of the job is that you'll be able to meet new people and the people that work there are fun to interact with.
Brand Ambassador (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – May 1, 2017
This is a great job and as a brand ambassador I get to meet people and interact with them frequently and more importantly promote the GoPuff brand. The supervisor is really cool and so are all my coworkers. I have gained valuable marketing and promotion skills with this job.
Marketing Manager (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – January 23, 2017
Communication with corporate is key. Put everything in writing, as they are hard to get ahold of at times. The job will not always be fun and games - comes with the territory. Very ambitious company with a solid future ahead of them.