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Large quantity of parcels, some heavier than imagined. It's a struggle to deliver them safely and quickly.A day consists of: Loading up at the warehouse, driving your cube van to deliver, then returning to the warehouse to check out. The routes are very large sometimes. Drivers rarely get their promised breaks. Workload is 180-260+ parcels/day. Finding a good DSP helps, but doesn't solve the route of the problem, which is Amazon's unrealistic delivery targets and pressure on front line workers/drivers.
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Long hours, shift variance, Few breaks/no paid lunch, unsafe, poor culture
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