A typical day at work:
Clock-in, wait until a job is sent via text at the Google waiting area. When job is received and accepted, I then drive to the hub and wait to get my parcels. After parcels arrive, I scan them all one by one to record that I have received each parcels. When everything is complete I drive to the different addresses listed in my job orders and deliver the parcels that belongs to that customer making sure they have the right amount of parcel, no wrong deliveries and makes sure the parcels are not damaged.
I learned to be patient, courteous, respectful and to put the customers first before anybody else.
Although management is not that good, I respect the people above me and listen to what they have to say unless they instruct me to do something that is unreasonable.
I have no problems with my co-workers. We are all basically by ourselves most of the time anyway.
The hardest part of the job is just at night when the place of delivery is very dark and you are unable to see the house numbers. But to fight that, I bought a big flashlight so I could use it to my advantage when that situation is in front of me.
The most enjoyable part of the job is when I see the customers happy with the kind of service and politeness i give them each and every time.
Mileage reimbursement, easy to call dispatchers
Decreased work hours, very low hourly pay.