Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Winter Garden, FL – July 28, 2018
Typical week was 80hrs on a truck spread out over 3 shifts. You and a partner head out in the afternoon to start your shift and come back around the same time the next day. It's food service. It's a rough industry no matter where you work. If you have a good partner your night will be easier. You work together to unload a 48' foot trailer to different restaurants on your route. Very physical work. You will be sore and cramping lol. They do have day cab positions with morning shifts.
If you do your job and are loyal your pay will eventually reflect.
Management keeps changing, personnel and job description at any moment.
Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 17, 2018
Be prepared to unload 20,000+ lbs of chicken (40-60lb boxes) by hand on to a hand truck than unload into fridge at customer. You will have between 10-16 stops a day locally/mostly, and your done when you finish... Takes about 10-12 hours a day, 6 days a week. Not paid hourly, but by the daily route... $175-200 a day. Hard work, long hours, long week and mediocre pay for the work!
Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 12, 2018
Management cares nothing about drivers. Will work you until to fall out or they tired of you and fire you. Routing is the worst I've ever seen. And equipment breaks down every other day. Turn over ratio is the worst cause pay doesn't match job.
Bad. Manager dont know how to keep things oraganized every body in warehouse family father and son manager for warehouse they cant load or pick product. I hepled build them when there was no company here in miami and they used and abuse me lowest pay in driven industry they always dont have products employees in warehouse stay taking product thiefs and they all work together
MD., Logistics Manager (Former Employee) – Ocean City, MD – May 12, 2016
• Responsible for $20 million dollars worth of inventory of perishable foods • Responsible for shipping department of producer of Dog Foods with nationwide distributing and international • Customers included Petsmart, Walmart, as well as Foreign Countries such as Korea, Japan, and Israel • Supervised four employees and negotiated with common carriers
Local Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 22, 2014
Great company Not Flexible Routing will change on you if any driver doesn't show up or call in . you start at 7 am and work til your finish with your day . If you got plain for other thing . Plain carefully, sometime your plain can cost you your job
You can Get all the hour you like per week
Not Flexible if you plain to have a life and do other things