CCD COURIERS
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CCD COURIERS Employee Review

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7 September 2019
Drive faster and able to read and understand map. Must be a dedicated driver able to work with group of people. And easily communicate with people since you will meeting with new clients every day
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Pros
You receive a salary
Cons
Your salary does not cover any of the maintenance on your vehicle, working environment is stressful, your zone controller does not work with you but rather against you, You have to use your own vehicle, vehicle maintenance is own problem, no work no pay, salary as a general courier is R3500, of which R1500 is supposedly maintenance money.
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Cons
Hours are erratic, some days you might have less to deliver and finish early, others you may have more than you can deliver on that day
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