*Worked at United for about 1 year.
First off, United is contracted by Amazon to deliver packages. Expectations on what area you are assigned to, how fast to deliver, and how many packages you have on your given route is all set by Amazon's logistics, not United.
The reviews about this company is misleading. As I driver I never had a problem with management or felt the expectations were to high. Management and the team at the station worked with me, and along with other workers. They went out of their way to accommodate my work/life balance schedule. Notice to have a day off was about 2 days in advance. Other companies I worked for required 2 weeks!!!
They paid me fairly for my time and due to my good driving status I was able to haul in a coupe of decent bonuses. Requiring an extra day to work was not a problem either,
The company also had other positions open higher up, but the work filed is not for me. Basically, there is room to move up.
Each day was pretty simple.Get route, go to company van, drive to area, and deliver package.
I'd say most guys finished under the 10 hour mark.