The start of the day was bright and early. Usually, driver-assistant's would wait in the break room for their assigned driver. We would begin our route first thing in the morning and would clock out when our route is completed. I learned the value of hard work and being on the same page as your driver is very important to make sure their are no miscommunications among each other. Communication is key in order for the productivity to being consistent. The hardest part of the job would be not knowing what kind of work load your day would consist of. Some days you are out 6-8 hours other days would be 10-12 hours. The most enjoyable part of the job is meeting the different store owners and being able to build a relationship with them all.
Everyone one who works as a route settlement clerk is lazy and if you're not the good side of the team leader then you're an outcast among them all. Management is also a joke. Your co-workers will sit there and watch you work hard and never lift a finger to help you. Last but not least, the hours suck. Sometimes the drivers get done early and you get sent home early and lose a ton of hours.
None unless you're hired in. You only get free beer and not the good kind.
Lazy co workers, useless management, full 40 hours is not guaranteed.