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They can become less productive as sleep patterns are interrupted causing late deliveries and pickups.We are looking for talented, hard-working individuals to join our team.Come grow with us and let us show you why good things really do come from Sysco.As we drive past the breakdown, she eases the 13-speed gearshift into sixth."This is actually no more dangerous than being in a car," she says casually, reaching up to adjust her rearview mirror.POSITION SUMMARY: This is a delivery position responsible for driving a company vehicle over an established route to deliver foodservice products to Sysco customers.RESPONSIBILITIES: Working Conditions: The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by associates within this classification.Too much stress can be identified by looking at one’s behavior closely and is the first step in correcting the problem.If you notice any of the above symptoms or a friend or family member points it out to you, pay attention to what is going on in your life."That car spun out ’cause it was really light.”"But," she adds, turning her eyes back to the road, "if I hydroplane, we're flipping over."I'm trying not to panic, but I will later be told that my knuckles turned white during what seemed to be a close brush with death.But for Rojas, a third-generation truck driver, this moment could not be more ordinary.