Hard company to work for, they certainly want their pound of flesh.
Well, euros was an experience, the hours are long and if very busy, they go quick, however, get a bad day and management are very very ansty at getting you to hit targets.
Due to the amount of managers in the depots, it quickly becomes too many chiefs and not enough Indians, also its obviously down to what manager you have as to how you find yours, - more ... in five or so managers I had at my time there I could only rate two of them in high regard. - less
Prospay is good if you get in at the right time or from outside.
Conslong hours, lack of flexibility, lunch breaks are frowned upon.