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Cross training would come in effect very well especially with a new customer. someone else could set up the account so driver could continue his day not make it even longer then it already is. job should not always funnel down to the driver

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I’m sure the bonuses will be calculated in from your quota I can sure that your sales are up and this will give you an incentive to work harder to get those extra bonuses as well as meeting quota

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It depends on what position you are in, but our Outside Sales and Route Sales Representatives both have uncapped commission plans along with other bonus opportunities.

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It very hard to get a job because I think now a days you have to know someone there to be able to get you in.and because you have to have experience in order to get in. just give a person a chance to show they can do the job and work hard at it

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Depends on the location and the department.

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It depends on route size, driving distance to your customers, number of stops per day, and traffic. I’m working a total of 45 hours per week. I have days between 6 and 10 hours.

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They do urine screen

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Currently weekly minimum is $825 Seattle/Tacoma WA but maybe different in other regions. I’m not sure but probably 70% of route drivers make more than minimum pay.

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If you complete an interview with us you will receive feedback from the hiring team on your candidacy and how you will move forward in the process. Feedback can typically take 1-2 weeks depending on the hiring timeline for the position. Pre-employment screenings are only conducted after a job offer was accepted. All offers are contingent pending the results of those screenings.

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