If you like working 12 to 15 hours a day without a break, go for it. To only do nearer 12 hours you will have to break the law and work through tachograph breaks. Lorries overloaded also. Very physical work, but no sick pay if injured on the job, or at all. DFS do not care what happens to you, they will work you until you drop, or have a breakdown. Please avoid at all costs. They do pay well which can trap you there.
Colleagues were great. Pay.
The job, DFS as a whole.