If your looking to this company for employment, you may want to think twice. Horrible Human Resources! From seat of the pants training to their complete inability to predict workloads, driver placement or something as simple as insurance terms; if you decide to join this flying circus be prepared for a wild ride.
Amazon is crazy to let these wing nuts come anywhere near their operation. Barnes and Noble learned fast from this mistake and pulled the plug. Amazon is letting completely untrained, unknown, professional and unprofessional people carry their customers, "YOUR" product.
There are no drug or criminal background checks as they suggest, at least in the first stages of employment. Anyone can come in off the streets and start handling and leaving with product.
In my one week of employment with this company I was told I would be paid four different rates and types of pay. In my opinion, they are illegally and arbitrarily assigning pay rates based on whim and what fits their situation.
I signed a pay rate form of 1.25 per package. Which by the way, is incredibly low. I was then told by a manager we were actually getting 1.50 and 1.25 was as low as it would go. I was also told we would have monies added on in cases of tough deliveries and then finally told I would be paid for my time on low delivery days.
Since I had a small load, I was told I would be getting paid for my time. When I asked how much, I was told "I don't know, you will have to ask the manager and he's not here."
During my training period, the person who was assigned to me told me he made 200 dollars per week after expenses and before taxes. This guy was working 8 to 10 hours per day.
Anyway, You may be better off delivering pizzas which by the way, was what my route manager told a prospective hire. So, stay clear. Anyway, this company has a small future if any.