It was okay when I started but quickly went downhill after they acquired new management, fired key players, and decided to make drastic changes to routes and crews. You're on these dusty, outdated, unreliable trucks all day, risking your life for, what is close to, minimum wage. Pay is based off commission (small percentage split between route personnel and route manager usually takes biggest chunk) so you only get paid once you make your first stop and once your last stop is made. Not for the long drives and time spent loading and unloading the trucks (which is a majority of your day). Seniority means nothing. The only way to get a raise is to become a route manager. You do learn how to service/troubleshoot ATMs and gaming terminals.
Discounts for being mistaken for CPD, Co-workers, Getting your foot in the door for gaming and ATM service.
Long days, Trucks, Pay, Management