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The whole hiring process takes about 3 months. Yeah, 3 months to deliver water, it's a company made of seemingly more people with made up titles trying to justify their jobs rather than less bosses and titles getting the actual work done. I think the only competition Nestle has on wasting money on useless items and positions is the US Government, and unbelievably Nestle is blowing them away with BS positions, regulations, and ineptitude.

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Late start time (anywhere from 7:20-8am), expectation is to work 9 1/2 hours per day but that doesn't include the time it takes to get the first stop, lunch, and time to get back. Base salary with NO bonuses or incentives. They push sales every morning and have each individual who didn't meet sale goals explain. Most guys get back to the branch around 6-7pm.

It's a easy job to learn but takes a physical toll without getting rewarded for the over time hours you put in.

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Oh, you'll get a bonus every few months on your paystub, it'll be like $20 with no explanation. That's your commission so that they can keep calling you salespeople and avoid paying hourly and over time. I was there 3 years, saw that $20 maybe 2 times. And I led the branch in Cups for 2 years straight!

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Bi-weekley

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Apply online, company ussually calls within a few weeks. there are non CDLand CDL positions although CDL is a huge plus.The company will also help drivers to obtain their CDL

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The pay schedule is bi-weekly

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12 hr shifts 5am to 5pm, 5 pm to 5 am. 4 days one week 3 days the next. But they are ALWAYS asking for OT

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All locations are different. Some may have voted in a union where as others may have not.

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After the 2nd interview usually only takes a couple of weeks

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