Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 12, 2017
my co-workers and I would meet up with the shuttle driver to load up our product learning team work with good co-workers,their was a great management staff on hand .excellent benefits and monthly bonus.
Regional Sales Manger (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – September 11, 2016
The biggest challenge to this job, is that the systems used are from the 1980's. The lack of any sort of computer system to control information is astounding. It really needs to be updated and it will make the job much more enjoyable and the need to work double time will greatly drop.
Order Selector (Current Employee) – Auburndale, FL – March 10, 2016
The first do i come in is print out my work sheet of what i have to pull for my route. Then after all that i will pull my own route I will have to scan it then wrap my pallet then number of count of boxes of each pallet i have pulled or stacked on. The hardest part about this job is i have the biggest route than any other selector in my work area. I get to pull Miami route which round up to 1600 cases for each day to be pulled. It may not seem a lot but having to pull 50 to 100 lb each different cases on different pallet tend to be a work out. I enjoy it cause it keeps me moving and makes the day go by fast when i work hard. By the end of the day this will have to be load in truck then bill the truck driver and sign before he leaves with the truck is sealed up. After when I done letting the drive to leave i clean up my area and the dock plus all the forklift equipment is put away all selector are able to go home including me.
long hours, day go my fast, and workout
short breaks, lots of order for one person, no help for my route when needed
Fish Room Worker (Former Employee) – College park, Georgia – January 26, 2014
Great workplace, environment, people,pay, hours. I learned the work of fish line production more than anything, how to handle cold working conditions. A day at work you'd clock in get dressed for the cold temperatures, set up your work station which was generally a computer and a fish scale, check the orders that came in and fill them. Co-Workers were excellent charismatic people, willing to answer any question no matter how dumb and resolve any issue no matter it's origin. Strict rules but fair. Hardest part of the job were the long cold hours. Most enjoyable was the people and weekly checks.
If you're a single guy with no family and no social life and like working till 9 pm on a Friday night well this is the perfect job for you. The insurance was the worst I've ever had and no overtime is aloud at the Charlotte location. There is no set schedule for employees. You might start at 8am or 11am and might leave at 10pm ,its basically set up to where you don't get over 40 hours for the week. Customers are given the wrong "grade" of meat on a daily basis thus making it harder to take pride in a job well done.... Don't waste your time with these guys,if they are not honest with there own customers how do you think they will treat you ???
the money is great. it's very cold inside. no ping pong tables,but you get discounts on meats, and fish
QC meat (Former Employee) – Atlanta GA – August 24, 2012
you come in @ a certain time get dress in your uniform and extra clothes. you prep the tenderloin to get it ready to go through the machine to be cut. the managers are okay. The co workers are easy to get along with the hardest part of the job is just being cold when not moving around. the most enjoyable part is when you we all got together for a fun day with other employees and their families.
movie passes, six flags tickets, discount on meats
just dealing with people that are set in their ways the company was brought up long time along