Information Technology Specialist (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 18, 2018
Highest Turnover rate for employees ever seen 10-20 employee monthly in a company of around 800. Toxic upper management who are also all family. No time off until you reach a year. expected to be at work instead of preparing for and during hurricanes
Great place to work and good people is what makes the job go smooth
Branch Manager (Current Employee) – Bristol, PA – January 9, 2018
A typical day working for this company is pretty good, the company has all the resources to help you become better at your job. Everyone in upper management responds within 24 hours and if need be you are able to get in touch with the president of the company, in which makes a big difference as an employee.the company has a great family history an strong core values that makes the workplace good for everyone. The hardest part of the job is pretty much getting new vendors open. After being with the company for almost a year I must say that i'm happy to be more than just an employee they make you feel part of a family overall. When you need someone to talk to whether it's business or personal it's always a listening ear available.
Need better Managment top to bottom, and better benefits, pay and more opportunities to excel within the company. Must have safety equipment if they want you to be on dangerous roofs or life threatening job sites. A few people were hurt within a few weeks of work or consecutive weeks of injuries.
Customer Service Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – November 14, 2017
A typical work day for my job at Gulfeagle. I would show up around 6:45 everyday to help get everything going before the start of the business day. One of my jobs was to check our trucks off as they would leave the yard. I did this for all of our trucks every morning. After all of the trucks had left for their first runs I would a number of tasks each day. Help any customers who may come into the show room. Manage the inventory. Process the sales, write up any quotes that the customers needed. Then the trucks come back around lunch and I would usually send them out for an afternoon run. My day usually ended around 4:30.
Class A CDL Driver (Former Employee) – Northglenn, CO – June 2, 2017
Worked as a class a driver for 2 years..They give me unemployment 1/17 to 4/17.. job attached..Found out today that they are keeping me on unemployment cause slow work..I was prob the best semi guy they had there but let me go..They lie bout most things an if your not in the what I call the kool kids circle..Your out of luck. They would rather keep drivers that damage there equipment then drivers that have no incidents. Would not go back ever
Working at Gulfeagle Supply is great as long as you do what you are supposed to do. People are expected to work not play on their cell phones. We get thirty minutes a day for lunch and if we need to take a brake we get one. They provide gatorade during the summer months. Workers at the Denton branch have feelings that are hurt with the littlest thing and complain about anything and everything.
Good $$ and great place to "WORK"
Always have to worry about other peoples feelings.
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Job Work/Life Balance
Disorganized and unsafe.
Delivery Person (Former Employee) – Gypsum – March 4, 2017
They don't have expectations for their delivery drivers so they trucks and highly abused. The relay of information from management to supervisor to employee is almost non existent. For example for the entire time I worked there I had no idea when I would be coming in for work the next day until the supervisor texted me between 8 and 11 at night. In the short time I worked there the whole fleet (4 trucks) had to be sent back to the manufacturer to be worked on/rebuilt. And two of them were purchased the year I started. In other words, very very poor vehicle/equipment upkeep.
Working with all of my branches on variances invoices, processing invoice for payment, checking for correct materials and pricing,going thru the daily mail, entering invocies into the the system, scanning, emailing for correct invoicing
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Productive workplace with good work ethics
Driver (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – January 19, 2017
Days start at 6am and they assign you a load. We load trucks in the morning and take off to the first house to deliver. Steady work in the summer but not so much in the Winter time. If work is not consistent they will start cutting hours but besides that its a great place to work and stay fit doing so with great compensation
Fulltime, great pay, plenty of work
cut hours when slow, hard as far as physical labor
Thank you so much for your feedback. Our people are our #1 priority here at Gulfeagle! We try our best to focus on and develop our teams. We offer various in-house and outside developmental trainings to our employees to attend so they can progress personally and professionally, and we appologize that you did not feel that was the case. We wish you the best in your future endeavors.