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Theres a lot required for the pay scale.
Route Sales Representative (Current Employee) –  Kennewick, WAJune 9, 2019
The work environment has changed dramaticly in the last few years , a lot of employess have come and gone due to the change in pay structure and job duties.
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its somewhat stable but a lot of contact issues
Deatailer (Current Employee) –  Tallahassee, FLJuly 18, 2019
was 3 hours a day and five days a week at publix which would be nice if i got to service two or three publix store sense i used to work for publix vs walmart but then it was changed to Walmart in Tallahassee work 20 hours a week
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Horrible
Route Sales Representative (Current Employee) –  Binghamton, NYJuly 17, 2019
Management is pathetic
District level management is even worse
No quality of life
They expect you to work all day and on days off
Pay is not enough for the workload
The pay performance structure is poor
Muti billion dollar company , makes employees works like animals
Poor quality trucks I could write a book
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