At the beginning 4 months it was relaxed and easy. They give you a fairly easy route to start with. Get in a van, load up the van, deliver the packages, come back after and SAFELY return the van....but after a while they give you harder and harder routes, they have you start training people randomly without getting paid for it, WHILE doing your own route. Every once in a while, you have to do the WAREHOUSES job of stocking racks and THEN loading your own van and don't get paid for THAT either. Then the problem with overtime starts if you're being too slow, could get fired. They slowly increase a tiresley amount of packages on a person without saying anything and then blame you for being too slow and route being the "same".
Most of the time, if you finish, they send you to help out people that are slow, which means overtime for you but means you'll be more tired the next day for doing TWO routes.
They give you 30 min lunch time...but get mad when you take the lunch time break and return late delivering the overabundance of packages.
They give you a company phone with gps to do routes. Sometimes they work but the majority of the phones are garbage and don't work most of the time and end up giving you problems the whole day then they blame it on you and barely resolve or replace the phones
The management only cares about himself and his own money. Drivers are digits on paper and NOT people to him. You say something and nothing gets reported unless they want to blame something on you.
7 paid sick days, good pay for a sometimes good job
No raises, overwork you, lunch break varies, bad management, frustrating enviornment