A Austin Enterprises Careers and Employment
if you show up and work you'll have strong job security. company has high turnover rate. I believe this is because of burnout and expectations. poor pay rates and no raises as well as company don't really care about its employees because of the turnover rate. its just a vicious circle. if you you can deal with this you can make decent money compaired to other non skilled jobs and work is easy but workload is sometimes unreasonable..
Route Driver in Dayton, OH
on April 13, 2017
Courier/Delivery Driver in Taylor, MI
on January 19, 2019
Productive sometimes streesful but overral im empoyeed and thankful for the opportunity to take care of my children.A typical work day is moving moving moving trying to motivate others and get done soon so i can still maintain my home life with friends and family but all in all very busy.
Just a delivery job to pay the bills. To deliver and pickup packages. drive to far, long distance, don't want to help out when you need, but want you help them out. Poorly managed company.
Carrier in Smyrna, GA
on September 11, 2018
As the Toledo branch of a parcel delivery company, the drivers worked together to accomplish daily goals, with a, "No man left behind spirit". We worked outdoors with no office, (usually just a parking lot) but we all have a sense of duty to the customer and each other.
Courier Driver in Toledo, Oh.
on November 23, 2013
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