Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Saint Louis, MO – January 22, 2018
Sysco was a very challenging place to work. We had a meeting before every shift and it was very competitive. Management was very straight forward and also very understanding. The training was prompt and easy to understand. The hardest part about the job was that is was very physical. Working in the freezer I would go home very sore and weak after working the very long hours. The pay was really good and the hours were so demanding that I was able to save money because when I wasn't working all I wanted to do was rest.
Good pay, and very physcially challenging so it kept us in great shape
The hours were overwhelming, and it didn't leave us much time for our families or other things such as school
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Pleasant Grove, CA – January 22, 2018
Working in the normal temperature part of the warehouse was fast paced and challenge but in time with practice you get the hang of it. The freezer was the exact same job but at 0 degrees which even with the proper gear on I could not do. I was a layoff from my previous employment and needed anything to help pay the bills.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Fargo, ND – January 22, 2018
Fast paced place to work, usually something different each day. Lots of info to pass on to get items taken care of, could see where teamwork is essential and getting complete correct info helped solve issues.
Business Technology Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – January 21, 2018
I for the most part, enjoyed my time at Sysco. What you face in a day can vary. Everything from access issues network problems. The onsite team shares support of the local office with groups in Texas and other parts of the world.
Good company. Very hard job. Overall the company is a good place to work. My skill and ability are being wasted doing a delivery job. I enjoy the customers and satisfying their needs. No where to move up as a driver. The job is for no one over the age of 40.
INFORMATION SYSTEM SPECIALIST - TRAINER (Former Employee) – Houston, TX Headquarters – January 17, 2018
Enjoyed the job and all of the challenges that came with it, traveled around the country to different Sysco location to install systems, teach application and update software and hardware..in the process met a lot of great people and learned a great deal .
intense workplace and job: frustrating management but good pay and benefits
CDL Class A Driver-Delivery Associate (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – January 17, 2018
very long work days. extremely hard to balance work and family. expect sleep deprivation. good benefits and pay which you will work hard for. hardest part of the job is the unreasonable expectations placed on you by management. best part of the job is relationships made with customers and co-workers
physically draining, long hours, unreasonable expectations