Started out great when I first started with them, but went down hill after the merger.
Delivery Driver/Warehouse (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – May 17, 2018
I was hired the first delivery driver in Tucson, Az. For almost 3 years I handled the deliveries in all of southern eastern Az. Then hired a second driver, for about another two more years. Then YMCO merged with another company, this caused major hardships at first, but we managed to work through it. I had to reapply for my job. It seemed like the last five in a half years I continued to work there, they had introduced new methods of delivery process. They showed no concerns or interest for driver input to help company with performance improvements. After being injured on the job, my health started to show signs of slowing down. We were being pushed to work harder and faster, with using the new technology they introduced that really slowed us down. The driver supervisor really didn't support the drivers, mostly penalizing us for pour performance. Management used this to give us a smaller percentage in wage raises. These types of challenges and along with other hardships from the demands of this company caused my stress levels to increase, I developed migraine headaches and suffered lower lumbar problems. So I felt it best for me to leave before I got worse than I already was.
Meeting and enjoying customers at deliveries
Management not really there for the drivers.