Local driver (Former Employee) – Carteret, NJ – March 10, 2016
getting dispached and bringing your load to the destination,how to work with food prooduct,management was great,my coworkers were fun to work with,there was no hard part,the best part of the job was getting my paycheck
this company had educational opportunity, life learning skills, and balance. I enjoy working for Grocery Haulers Inc. I started out in one department and advanced to another. My coworkers were excellent. We had to work together in order to get our jobs done we had three shifts, and it took all shifts to make it work.
Exceptional Learning Experence, Complete Job Training
Fast-paced, fun and productive warehouse distribution office
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT /RECEPTIONIST (Former Employee) – LIC, NY – May 15, 2013
Assisted Office Manager in all general administrative duties including creating and processing purchase order forms, performed collection duties for overdue payments, daily maintenance of interoffice mail, check deposit processing and producing financial reports of company route drivers using Crystal Report & MAS 90 software programs.
Driver (Former Employee) – Albany, NY – April 11, 2013
A place to work when you have to work. Expect to to work long and irregular hours. Expect non preferential treatment. They have great equipment, but you will slip seat because senior driver's have the keys. Do not expect to be babied because they will not hold your hand. If you have questions about pay you better ask before you accept the job. There is a list of things you do in order to be fully compensated. The pay is per load so don't expect a easy non complicated pay sheet. Favortism is included in the job so Brown nosing is a Must. If you don't mind working with filthy mouthed people be my guest apply. You have been warned, don't expect to get any baked goods to take home either, it a job not a bread line they don't tolerate consuming of bread. Good luck.
new trucks, fuel pumps onsite. management smiles in your face.
driver pay scale is too tricky, if you dont include it you miss out. horrible hours.
File paperwork and input data entry (Former Employee) – Avenel NJ – February 20, 2013
Very busy day. Computer work and pay-roll. The management use to be very good until they hired people that walked around with there chests pumped up and made sure you knew they were the boss. My co-workers were wonderful I worked with them for over 20 years and they were my family. The hardest part of the day was dealing with the boss. My drivers made my day once I seen them I was happy.