It was a good empoyment oppurtunity that I learned many job skills in.
Forklift Operator/Warehouse (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – February 7, 2014
Most days was refilling stock for the next days delivery. Maintaining work environment was a must. Management could have used some work. I had great coworkers we all worked well together to get the job accomplished.
not that hard of job and enjoyed it.
management would play a lot of favorites and were inconsistent.
not a good place to work in my book. Wouldn't refer anyone.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Austell, GA – September 22, 2016
Always in the office after pay day check is always not right. Told me they use lifts pallet Jacks ,they only have 2 lift gate trailers ,the straight truck doesn't have one they work hard for so little pay.The helpers make more than drivers.
Some good drivers who help you learn the business .
Didnt say the company charges the driver for an helper.
Buisness Systems Administrator (Former Employee) – Shawano, WI – September 21, 2016
liked my job, always busy, great people/co-workers, there really wasn't a typical day, my days were always different depending on what was going on. I may be in Customer Service for a while, or Reception to help out or working on problems with pcs.
Sales Consultant (Former Employee) – Suffolk, VA – September 6, 2016
Top Management at Reinhart Sales is a boss, not a leader. Does not value strong employees and allow them to grow but rather stifle and pump up his own self, he takes all the glory and is completely out of touch with his own team. He still trying to prove SYSCO lost something of value but few believe him or in him.
Coworkers are stronger than this manager, warehouse has the strongest team of all departments, supervisor values training, coaching and recognizing the hard work of his team. It goes a long way.
Operations and Customer Service
Not ethical in upper management and does not care nor does corporate level care
If you can't get on at Sysco this is the next best thing
Order selector (Current Employee) – Manassas, VA – August 30, 2016
No training of the new employees. They put you on a electric pallet jack show you how to use it one time and expect you to know what you are doing by first break. Can't keep good workers. Over work the ones that work and most times take it easy on the slackers. A good job to have while looking for something longer lasting.
Work every holiday, poor management, company lies to it's workers.
Driver (Former Employee) – Mount Pleasant, PA – August 27, 2016
This company is the worst company I've ever worked for..if you want a decent pay you better expect to work to death!!they also have cameras in the trucks to so call benefit you but trust me they don't they just give them a reason to fire you and they will do it in a heartbeat!!there benefits are so-so but you pay out the rear for them! So you make the call you will find out what I'm talking about
Sanitation (Former Employee) – Manassas, VA – August 7, 2016
Work schedule made it hard for family and social life, enjoyed my co workers and pay was pretty decent. The hours made it difficult on family life being a single father. Upper management was a joke but immediate supervisors did the best they can.
Night Order Selector (Current Employee) – Mt. Pleasant, PA – July 30, 2016
Good family oriented company. Overall it is a good company too work for. A typical work day starts at 6 pm and goes until the work is done typically around 4 am. The only downside for me is with young kids working the long nights.
Driver/Laborer (Former Employee) – Oak Creek, WI – July 28, 2016
Of all the years working , this is the worse company to work for. Management at first welcomes you in , but after that, they lie, and cheat their way in making you work like a dog. .They are so two faced, in everything they do, even the so call awards they have to show how great they are, is just a lie. Stay, far, far away from this company, and seek employment else where, now that is the truth!!
Long hours, work like a dog, management lies all the time, need a full page for this section.
Food Safety & Quality Assurance Specialist (Current Employee) – Rosemont, IL – July 15, 2016
Typical day: - Provide assistance to facility personnel when they report food safety related issues - Coordinate with vendors when food safety issue arise at receiving - Identify areas for improvement - Ability to thrive an a high stress environment is crucial - Ability to confidently stand behind your ideas and conclusions is crucial - Hardest part of the job: high stress - Most enjoyable part of the job: helping facility personnel to streamline their processes
Julian Davila, International Manager (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – June 28, 2016
A normal day was a calm collective place to be at. I loved helping this company because it really did teach me how to talk to people through the phone and how to work on a computer better, it was a good learning experiance.
Driver (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – May 23, 2016
You have a few selected employees that get the short routes. As for the other drivers you will work 12, 14 and 16 hour days with not one minute to spare or for error. I would no recommend this job for anyone that is married and or has a family.
Route Driver (Former Employee) – Austell, GA – March 12, 2016
They have created domiciles to run loads outside of Atlanta because they don't have enough drivers there but if you delivery from a domicile you make around 14 or 15 hundred every 2 weeks and that isn't worth it for what you have to do there is a difference in making 100 thousand working 70 hours a week and then they tax so you may bring home 45000 for a year my advice don't go for nuttin Rick or Al tell you they will change up on you like you ain't dirt cause all they do is run thru drivers if you have a CDL in metro area you have worked there see for self but you have been warned
Workinh all night even on holidays also forced dispatch on you off days