Management was what made the job for me there or I wouldn't have stayed for a day. You are treated very well there. Just sucks you work a lot of weekends and every long weekend which they pay you well for though. It would be a really good job if it was two guys per truck as it makes the work load manageable. A good bonus is the clothing allowance there too.
The work is very hard but they pay good. I always enjoyed working in GFS. If you don't want to see your supervisor, GFS is good place to work. I start my shift by doing my paper work, pre-trip my truck and i will be on my way to do my delivery. I don't hear anything from my supervisor as long as i do my delivery properly. We usually work 4 days a week but you have option to do extra shift.
The potential to make great money is there. However there are a few big risks you are taking, including the physically demanding time crunch that is involved with it. You essentially make the base pay per hour, however until you get on what they call, Formula, you are constantly bounced between zones and have to stay for your entire shift even if you pick the same amount they do. Once you are on Formula you are required to do essentially 12-16 hrs of Selection in an estimated time of 10 hrs or less with few errors in your selection process or they remove you from the system. If you are not a physically fit individual then the base pay is still great as well as the benefits, but if you are ready to put your body through it then i suggest pushing yourself safely to the formula role, i mean who wouldn't want to get paid for 14 hrs and only work for 10 or less.