Overnight experience, takes constant focus, but good work
Night Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – June 17, 2016
As a night manager, a typical night consists of sorting paychex in the computer along with physical pieces, so they are ready for delivery within 12 hours of arrival. The downside is you must wait for two payloads to be dropped off, paychex from New Jersey come in 3 hours apart, along with other courier companies. All together, +1000 paychex must be sorted into 20+ different routes (zip code, travel distance). Management is not reliable, since you are in charge over night and don't see any corperate managers until 6am. Coworkers are always great and helpful. The hardest part of the job is dealing with setbacks due to other people. If the paychex company is slow in New Jersey, it effects the time the payroll is delivered and slows up the already time-important operation. Many things that are out of your control can account for a slowed process (internet down, someone calls out), but payroll must be ready for pick up from drivers/walkers at 5am. The best part of the job is how the work load fluctuates with payday of other companies. (ex. Wednesday will be the heavy day since payday is normal Thursday for companies, and Friday will be a very light night since few people get paid on Monday).
Water Machine, Computer Access, Down Time
Bad Management, Too many factors depend on others.