Good place to start your CDL career if you don't have one. They will train you but be mindful that when you take your road test, you most likely will be using an automatic transmission truck. D.O.T. (Department of Transportation) have recently restricted drivers who take their road test using an automatic transmission, from driving a manual transmission. So if you plan on quitting after you receive your CDL, companies that use manual transmissions will not hire you. As far as the work is concerned, it's okay if you enjoy hard work and being mismanaged. Some managers are stuck in the mindset that the delivery process in today's business environment is the same as it was 20 to 30 years ago. They want you to get more done in less time. Co workers were great but there are some that couldn't get their job done and the ones that paid the price were the ones that could. Benefits were good but as far as them saying they have competitive pay, that is an illusion. PBV is always stressing beating Coke in sales while you are working long hard hours, but the one thing they don't do is pay better than Coke. If you are going to beat Coke in sales, why wouldn't you beat them in pay also?
Benefits, great co-workers, weekends off
Long hours, pay does not compensate for the hard work you will be doing. Mismanaged