Fayetteville, AR - on route there is NO overtime. The only time you get it is if you work 6 days a week and the overtime is only for the 6th day. Most Saturdays are only 5 hours of work. So you put in 60 hours Monday through Friday and get 5 hours overtime if you work Saturday.
Based on location, as previously stated. Colorado Springs location is OT after 46 hours. Some may not even reach these hours while working 6 days/week while others will (you are 99% guaranteed to work 6 days/week, every week, when you first start until you move up the ranks of seniority). Any OT is time and a half and any holidays worked does NOT count towards OT nor does PTO.
Apparently OT used to be after 50 and each year it went down by two until it was to reach 40 but the union put a freeze on it and now there is currently no union.
Former employee Kentucky everyone got OT that was hourly. Only closed two days anyear Christmas and Thanksgiving. Pay was higher then most other branches. Communication, well that is a joke, manager is a joke. Revolving door. You would think for a multi billion dollar company, with international ties, they would hire qualified Branch Managers. And because they lack the ability to do that the people they bring in off the street well that is a joke as well.
If you work in the vault or cms you get OT. If you are on the trucks you get no ot even if you work 60 hours a week.
They don’t pay overtime in West Virginia. Probably breaking wage laws, but no one has probably challenged them in court.
That depends on the location. No over time unless you work on Sundays and Holidays.
Pays overtime after 40 hours but only half. So say if you work 50 hours, you'll get 5 hours overtime ($22.25) and the over five is paid normally. Don't know why just is.
Answered - Driver (Former Employee) - Hicksville, NY
Yes, overtime is on point
Answered - Driver/Guard (Former Employee) - Houston, TX
No overtime pay but you do see where your money goes each pay period
Answered - AST (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC