Pros: great benefits if you pay for them.
Cons: long hours, difficult to navigate routes, difficult loading structure, always being reprimanded by either customer service or the 4-5 managers on hand, one pay raise in 2 years.
A typical work day is demanding. To do and get what is a 10 hour day or longer job finished in 8 hours. We are constantly demanded to get our deliveries correct, inventory our packages we deliver, use a software that is time consuming and make sure all drops whether they are wrong or right due to warehouse packing or our own mistakes delivered on time. We also have to deal with traffic, short to long drives between each stop. Unruly drivers, weather and pick-ups or returns by the customers. Each day is a challenge from the time we walk in to the time we clock out.
Our management there are at least 5 of them that I know of that basically run by the seat of their pants. From correct company wear that sometimes isn't ordered correctly (which a order of mine has not been correct or corrected since the day I was hired). We are always threatened by or lead supervisor that we will be fired or written up if we can't do within the ever changing perimeters.