Dishwasher cooked and cleaned kitchen (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 21, 2017
I really liked working there, I had good benefits, and great coworkers. High job satisfaction as well, I learned how to use different cleaning systems, and how to prep different foods in large quantities.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Irondequoit, NY – February 4, 2017
Keeping customers happy and satisfied. keeping a clean and neat work area. Being on time to work in uniform. The most enjoyable part of this job is interacting with the costumers and seeing the smiles on there face.
Food Service Worker (Former Employee) – Moravia, NY – January 24, 2017
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Order Selector (Current Employee) – Woodburn, OR – January 20, 2017
Work is simple just fast paced and hard I bathe body . But overall , good training and co workers , the pay could be better but the top pout rate isn't too bad. Takes a while to get there considering it's a union job
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Santa Fe Springs, CA – January 19, 2017
Preparing for food shows has always been a bit stressful, especially if too many people start becoming involved. Then it becomes chaos, from that I learned what needed to be done first, how to delegate the work load and needed to be loaded onto the truck first. I found it fun when we finally loaded up the truck and would head out to wherever we needed to go because I got to know my coworkers a little bit, and that made it easier to get our work done.
Driver (Current Employee) – Loveland, CO – January 9, 2017
Love the job. Great place to work when you have a family. Holidays are off and overtime is easy to earn. Great benefits. Management is great. Some days can be long, but if you are flexible you will be successful.
When you start you will be in the -10° freezer most likely
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – December 27, 2016
Short staffing needed ten more order pickers for the work load. Abuse of the contract, not able to leave until all the orders are filled even if this means a 13 hour day 12 hours consistently. Picking standard is not enough. there was six L&i claims in a six month period. Over working of associates. Average routes are 2000 pounds with a pick time of 30-50 minutes. 80-100 pound cases of meat are picked on almost every chill order.Dry selecting the first two isle are sixty pound cases of canned goods from your feet to over your head.
Good money but your body will pay the price. All associates with five Or more years in have reoccurring injury such as back in the injuries