Be prepared to deliver AT LEAST 200 packages a day. TWO HUNDRED.
A bunch of different "courrier" companys share the same warehouse with thruway. In reality they're all linked and owned by the same people but split up in to different, smaller companies for more beneficial tax purposes. Problem is thruway is dead last to load up in the morning (anywhere from 9:30 to 10:30am) and thus you won't be home until 10pm unless you want to jeff gordon your way through your route and risk your clean license/safety as well as delivery accuracy.
Not to mention the laughable uniform (a dopey hi-vis vest) taxes. $5 EVERY WEEK and $25 deducted from your first paycheck as well as $25 every 6 months for a total of $75 deducted for your first year NOT INCLUDING the dopey $5 weekly tax. The f is this? You are not made aware of these fee's until AFTER you are hired and are signing the paperwork. (which is done on your smartphone/tablet, lmao.)
Your co-workers are good honest folk for the most part.
The managers are decent enough people but be warned you will magically be "mis-scheduled" if you are not up to par and you will go home with no work. So there is no true guarentee of hours. Especially true of new, unexperienced deliverers.
You will get paid for the hours you worked, to be fair.
Overall a hilarious hodge-podge of a company, turnover is absurdly high and rightfully so.
Biggest thing I can say is, be prepared to be disappointed.
Literally almost everything