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Job training is much better than other delivery services, because they actually bring you into a physical meeting to train and teach you how to use the app and others thing you need to know to be successful.
The job training could use some improvement. I was supposed to be trained for a week, and that was cut down to two days, and then I was thrown to the wolves.
When I was on the onboarding 2 years ago they had presentations where everything was explained in detail and after different sessions I understood what I had my hands on.
you get 4 hours of training the first day and thats all
Only 3 days, it's a call center to not much to know.
quick courier on boarding. Courier job is self explanatory
Your "training" is just attending an hour long on-boarding session. They show you a powerpoint explaining to you (and a group of other soon-to-be couriers) what you do, how much you make, and how the job works. It's all really simple, so there's not much training to be done. A) You get a notification B) You accept the job C) You pick up the order and pay with the provided credit card D) Take a picture of receipt and input total charges E) Deliver food It's not rocket science, you are essentially a freelance delivery boy providing services to PostMates.
Horrible and not worth working for
You get basic training but have to figure most of it out on the job