Loader (Former Employee), Manassas,Va. – August 27, 2015
Cons: Management, Management and Mangement
Management continues to lie to the employees to get what they want especially upper management, they will even lie about the money and raises you are promised.The health insurance is terrible and the work environment is sickening.
Class A Driver (Current Employee), Taunton MA – August 27, 2015
Pros: Free lunches, Free fruit, new cafeteria system, lots of employee events.
Cons: Physical work
Lots of changes for the better at Reinhart this year. I used to work for Sysco-much happier here. On my way to make $100,000 this year. It is hard work-but if you do it right you finish on time. Management – more... is investing in new supervisors, trainers, etc for the drivers. They are having a lot of employee events-mngr vs employee softball game-this was awesome-brought my family and they took full advantage of the free ice cream truck. – less
Class A driver (Current Employee), Taunton, MA – August 19, 2015
Fast paced environment. Not for those who need constant direction/reinforcement.
Good pay & benefit package.
The work is physical and can be demanding, but the opportunity to be out on your route servicing customers in the best way you know how, without someone looking over your shoulder constantly , makes it worthwhile
order selector (Former Employee), Shawano. WI – August 19, 2015
Pros: They gave me a free hat
Cons: low pay bad training. Hours are super inconsistent
I worked at reinhart for a few months. Expecting to be making 17.00 a hour when in all reality you only make 13.00. Your sold a nice big juicy burger but once you take a bite you have a horrible taste – more... in your mouth. If you feel like you want to advance you shouldn't waste your time all you get is strung along with empty promises. The training program is a joke you just get thrown into the mix with the rest of the herd. The running joke among the employees is how they are gonna crawl their way out of the dark depths that is Reinhart. Good luck to anyone thinks this is some kind of step up. This is a job that anyone with a pulse can do. So if you enjoy having to actually think to do your job this isn't the place for you Mindless work. – less
order picker (Former Employee), warren,mi – August 2, 2015
Pros: if you are young with no life
Cons: if you are a husband/father and have a life
this warren,mi location is the worse location of the whole company. I would neverrrrrrrrr recommend this job to any enemy of mine. I hated every single day/hour/second/minute/week and month there. The management is the worse I have ever seen in my life in any job.
Order Selector /Team Leader (Former Employee), oak – July 18, 2015
Great place to work for if you worked. This was 15 years ago, but the harder you worked the more you made. Benefits were nice at the time to, I hear it's a different ball game now the Reyes holdings owns it.
Driver Helper (Former Employee), Coal Township,PA. – July 15, 2015
My job at Rienhart Foods was that I was a driver helper, My job was to go along with the driver and help him deliver product to all the SubWay stores. I learned lot's in my daily function as the helper. I would do all the paper work keep in right order for each stop. Co-workers were awesome and got along with them all.
Order Selector (Former Employee), 4721 Singleton Station Road – July 15, 2015
I worked at Reinhart for over a year and did everything they asked as well as they could have hoped. With that being said, on a night to night basis I went home feeling like my skills weren't appreciated and I was just a work mule.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee), Township of Coal, PA – July 8, 2015
Pros: Great pay and free lunches!
Cons: Long work days and being away from home
Reinhart was a very satisfying job in terms of helping the customers and being able to deliver their goods they needed to run their business. The hardest part of the job was the long work hours and minimal home time but I was able to create a balance to still be able to spend time with loved ones.
Driver (Former Employee), Austell, GA – May 31, 2015
Pros: Some stores will feed you free.
Cons: You have to eat on the go.
Starting my route is awesome having my hand truck tires inflated rolling 8 to 10 cases at a time depending on the size and weight. Safety always ranks number 1 and management puts emphasis on this everyday – more... a route is dispatched from the DC. Some routes are demanding so they assign a helper to help in the un-loading process. The most hardest part is the traffic flow and some of the tight parking lots we have to maneuver the truck in, but at the end of the day whats enjoyed the most is seeing the looks on the customers faces when they get their order on time and in the condition to which they ordered it. – less