Cataloge delivery (Former Employee) – Perth WA – 19 July 2018
Great work place environment ,good salary, develops team building skills and communication skills. Understanding management ,down side is the amount of catalogs and it can be very heavy to carry during a big load.
Casual Employee (Current Employee) – Wantirna South VIC – 2 July 2018
I help my parents fold these brochures and I find it very time consuming and not really worth the salary. It takes up to 2 hours to fold all 6-9 stacks of brochures. I think I can be doing better things with my time than this. It is an easy way to make money especially for ones who are studying or just want a casual job for some easy money but I don’t think it really is worth it. I thought the delivering part of it was already difficult by itself even though you get a lot of time to do it and now I just found out that I have to fold them as well. Do you know how long it takes to fold them and to deliver them as well. I’m working with my siblings on them so 3 of us work on it and it takes, as I said, 2 hours. Delivering with 2 people takes an hour. Honestly, or the money, I wouldn’t recommend this job at all. It’s just way too time consuming. Maybe if the salary was higher it would actually be worth it.
deliverer (Former Employee) – melbourne – 18 April 2018
Salmat = puke pay.They are the modern day slavers with their lame slave tracking app..Avoid them and hopefully they will disappear.They try and fake how many people want their catalogues to keep clients.(Only 60 percent want them).
Distributor of Leaflets (Former Employee) – Wantirna South VIC – 14 April 2018
Yes at first I I really wondered what I was taking on but then I realised that it wouldn’t be that bad & I would actually get fit while I was doing it & also meet people to talk to while delivering the leaflets.
Catalogue Delivery Person (Former Employee) – Byford WA – 10 April 2018
I really liked working this job, but I worked this job when I was in year 6-7 so back in 2011, I haven't done it in a long time, but that year when I was working there I really liked delivering junk mail~
Distributor (Former Employee) – Osborne Park WA – 7 April 2018
Salmat is a great place for other companies to get avitiving but the poor Distributor having to fold and deliver and each week is different cause same weeks has 10 jobs and then weeks with only 3 jobs.
Paper Delivery (Current Employee) – Northbridge NSW – 28 March 2018
FULL-TIME PERMANENT POSITION - start date by mutual agreement Great opportunity with one of Australia’s leading independent Catholic schools. This is a dynamic, vibrant workplace where staff are highly valued and respected
Part-time pamphlet delivery in the Richardson area (Current Employee) – Canberra ACT – 24 February 2018
This position allows you to learn self and time management skills, maintains physical activity and accountability and responsibility for delivering all the advertising material. The most challenging part of this job is the requirement to delivery regardless the weather.
The hardest part of the job was distributing catalogues. The most enjoyable part was the exercise whilst doing so. I learned how to manage time efficiently to balance school, work and life. A typical day was waking up early to deliver and also delivering late afternoon.
The PAY for DISTRIBUTORS should certainly be RAISED.
Even a small pay increase would make turnover rate lower. Delivering catalogues is harder work than some would assume. It's tedious & labour intensive. Pay is contractual.
Being a distributor does provide a form of income, however it isn't a great amount of money (in fact it's not really good money either).
Ideally, it's perfect if you have a car & want to get fit. I would not recommend this as a full time or even part time job. However, I would recommend it if you have some time on your hands & feel like seeing the neighbourhood.
Catalogue Distributor (Former Employee) – South Adelaide SA – 13 January 2018
I only delivered the catalogues for a couple of weeks before I realised the work to pay was ridiculously low. There's nothing hard about the work but I think my kids earn more money from the cans and bottles they collect for recycling. I'm not sure how people justify and accept the money they get from this work apart from the exercise. I think I'll just stick to collecting the can and bottles with my kids.
independent contributor (Former Employee) – Adelaide SA – 3 January 2018
I would spend a full day folding brochures and delivering them twice a week to be paid $50 for both days. really not worth the time for money, its good maybe if you have another job and just wanna make some extra cash but not good as your only income.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Durack NT – 5 December 2017
i love working with salmat i deliver around my home suburb its around a 7km walk which i enjoy. the catalogues get delivered to my door the day before then i am required to sort and wrap/fold into piles
It's a really nice job if you have nothing on your hands and have time to do all the folding of papers and things like that. You must have a car if you want to deliver all the things because there are always a of papers to carry around.