A lot better now that drivers aren't contracted workers
Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Ames, IA – January 14, 2019
On busy days, insomnia pays our drivers $5hr and you get to keep the fees+tips you make as long as it's over $10 an hour. Delivery fees are $2.50 and drivers get to keep tips, so its easy to go over $10 an hour and make some good money.
Slow days pay $10 an hour but insomnia eats your fees and tips. I don't know if that's standard or just for our store, but the cost of living is kind of high since it's a college town so I wouldn't be surprised.
Drivers are *actual* employees now, so we can get benifits and paid leave after working a year at the company. No more "contracted worker" B.S.
Hours are usually some variation of 9am-5pm, 5pm-12am, and 8-3am. Management can usually work with you if you need to sort hours around or call in.
The management never encouraged any of us to speed or drive unsafely, which I'm thankful for. Apparently that's been an issue with bad managers in the past, so just ask about it during the interview if you're not sure.
Free daily cookie, insurance benifits, good tips, lax environment
The higer ups are hard to get ahold of to get problems sorted out