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I can't speak for all the 1 star reviewers, but my experience has been quite positive, I have fun a d have been promoted twice and I've only been working for CDS for only a little over 3 months. I do my job and get recognized for it, this job is not for everyone, it is demanding at times, but you're definitely gonna get out of it what you put into it!

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Corporate and management are the same, horrible and closely connected.

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I did not get drug tested, they test you if you get hurt on the job.

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Management is usually family and close friends. They do not respect the employees and they will not pay u your overtime or missed days if u don't notice. They have a revolving door for new employees guaranteed, if ur not on the inside with management, there is no room for growth.

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Not realistic. It depends on your route and the area you deliver in. But it’s 10 hours Standard . The company wants you to be done l like 7 hours , but the stops counts in average will are roughly between 150-250 per day you will receive a 150 package to 300 packages to deliver in 10 hours but the company again want you to deliver less then that. Less time you deliver the more money they save. And your paycheck looks garbage by the end of the week for finishing less than 10 hours.

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A week after u have taken the drug test they call

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What? $740/w? Who says $740 per week, it’s not true, you will not make this amount per week. No tips at all.

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It Depends on Amazon! You are paid for a 10 hour route . So your time can range from 6am - 4pm or 7am-5pm , or 8am- 6pm , or 9am- 7pm .. but it will get broken up in between. It depends on Amazon and the company will have to run with it and tell you your start time.

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The ad for Chicago says it’s 4 days a week and the routes are 10.5 hours long. I’d assume anywhere from 10-12 hour days because of traffic

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Not hire self lazy greed drivers as managers, and cut out the fat ( corporate reps) , especially those who don’t care about their job and the life of others (drivers) .

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