Ok, depending on which department you work in.
Pros: relaxed work environment, great benefits.
Cons: high turnover, pay isn't competitive.
Overall, Sysco is a good company to work for. I was there for 6yrs & gained a lot of knowledge about the food industry. I worked for some great supervisors. I started as an Accounts Receivables Specialist & then went on to Posting. I also worked in Customer Service. All positions were great & I learned a lot. My last position there I was a Transportation Clerk. I enjoyed my job, but the overall moral of the department was low. Incompetent, careless management is what I dealt with day to day. It was hard for me to watch the drivers work so hard, but go unappreciated. The were treated like things/robots. A director from a different location came in to take over the department. He decided to change the duties/functions of my position, but refused to train me. He said that he didn't have the time. I found that very interesting because I've never been in a situation like that. If you're willing to go for anything they want you to do, even if it's unethical or immoral you won't mind being there. In the time I had been with the company, I've never seen such a high turnover. I watched so many quality drivers just walkout on a regular basis. The communication is horrible & there's no organization. I feel sorry for any drivers who are trying to get in there. They won't stay for long, they'll be begging for their old employer to take them back! Over worked, under paid & not appreciated.