A typical day at work depends on if you were an unloader or clerk, but fortunately I've worked both positions. As a clerk, its the typical customer service job. You deal with truck drivers, collect money, have a set salary, and etc but as an unloader its different. You don't have a set salary, you make money by how many trucks you unload and how fast you unload them. There's no system on how trucks are distributed to unloaders either. Its like if you get it then you get it but if you don't then you don't. Its real easy for you to make $10 a week there because you're competing with other people to unload trucks, which I think is unfair. Not everyone works the same so I feel as though the trucks should be distributed fairly, that way everyone has a chance to make money and it'll help to keep employees because we were losing and gaining people every week. I don't think that's healthy for a company and it makes them look bad.