Courier Driver at DPD
Clueless management, strict time schedules and poor pay. Working over 60 hours a week to earn not even 30k. The atmosphere at the depot is ok but it really can be stressful, woul destroying work
Courier Driver in Chelmsford, Essex
on 29 November 2023
Courier Driver in Chelmsford
on 28 September 2023
Worst company i ever worked for and you have to pay franchise fees but they never pay it back when you leaveDay started you turn up 6.30 they then tell you they haven’t got a route for you this happened a lot but you still have to pay for your van that you lease from them if you have work can be 100 to 150 drops per day you have to find your parcels that can take hours if one is missing you have to search the whole depot management don’t help at all this job is the most stressful job I ever had
If you want to work you’ll be fine get smart routes and the more you do it the easier it is, shift managers are great people all the boys are great
Courier Driver in Tannochside, Glasgow
on 25 September 2023
Avoid working for this company at all cost, avoid working for the MRFs (Multi-route franchises) too. Rules suit them as and when they want and they'll just not pay you if you cross them.
Courier Driver in Exeter, Devon
on 3 September 2023
Awful routes and working long hours for not enough money. Mess with your route mid shift for collections out of the way. End up finishing route very late any not getting paid for time coming back and unloading
Courier/Delivery Driver in Chapeltown
on 28 August 2023
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