the job is very simple and easy to do. there are not enough hours available, my team and i would be done with our routes in 3-5 hrs, which forced us to stretch our hours as much as possible to possibly get 6-7 hr worth of pay. that was ok for the young ppl who had no where to go after and was ok with hanging around/stalling in midtown . for a women like me, it not only felt uncomfortable taking my time, and hanging around ppl businesses and homes, but felt out of place. its either take a long time completing an easy task or walk more than your feet can bear while pulling a heavy cart around in order to get your hrs. the few times i tried, i still didn't make 8 hrs because of the amount of ppl working. The only day you are guaranteed 8 hr pay is your mandatory wknd day. supervisors was cool and quick with everything. they would even stretch out your inventory, or save some on the truck for you so u can have more time/ work. So, when applying for this job, i did not know it would only be 4 days a wk, or that i would be fighting for my 8 hrs a day. u can come in on your days off for people who have the availability.
you can work on your days off without a problem from my experience
you are not getting 8 hrs a day, with an 1 hr unpaid lunch break