Sigma is a good place to work with good pay and great benefits. You have to work to keep your job. Working on production and stacking pallets could get difficult at times but once you get use to it its nothing.
Driver (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – September 13, 2017
Horrible loads! Back breaking work. Management is horrible. The company sucks all the way around! They try to fire you every turn. They want to keep you on the road as long as possible and it is not a over-the-road company.
Challenging. Supervisors are overloaded by expectations without support.
Transportation Supervisor (Current Employee) – Stockton, CA – August 29, 2017
Supervisors are held accountable for too much at times without much support from their managers. SYSCO pushes Frontline supervisors to engage drivers and warehouse men which can be good, but managers forget to engage supervisors in the same way.
Salary is competitive as are benefits
Senior management has become weaker over time in my opinion
Driver Helper (Former Employee) – Danville, IL – July 29, 2017
long hours but honestly that was fifteen years ago. it could be completely different by now. i know they have lost stores and gained some. they do get paid well but do get switched around bid wise still
Its was fun and the environment was accept and every knew each other and was willing to help out
Selectors (Former Employee) – Stockton, CA – July 27, 2017
It was like a workout where some pat me and at first it was hard labor until I got use to it. It had it downfall like there was no middle ground where talk about the bad thing of the company but the work and the people was fun l.
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – July 20, 2017
Great place to make good money, but its a production job you got to work at a fast pace. If you make any error you get written up after your 3rd mistake. The benefits is not that bad its just a typical place to earn a living.
HR Assistant (Former Employee) – Monroe, MI – July 17, 2017
Management team is all about thinking you are expendable and WILL take you down to cover their own mistakes. They will make you think you are welcome and they care to begin with, then fire you for made up reasons
Smaller man always takes the fall to cover up big issues
Warehouse Lead (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – May 27, 2017
Overall the job was great. Great benefits along to go with day shift hours,but as many jobs too many politics. One should be able to go to work and do their job without having to involve with politics or drown themselves with politics.
Fast paced from the first day, no training probation
Laborer/warehouse (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – May 24, 2017
I was not trained properly the first 6 weeks. When I did get trained they expected me to be at 100% from day 1. We worked until all the work was completed for the day for me great however lots of people left early so I worked minimum of 10 hours a day and as long as 16 hours a day.
Selector/Loader (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – May 3, 2017
It was dusty and cold. I liked working there because it was an extreme challenge facing the cold. If I had to I would be willing to do it again. You need better material working with that environment as well.
Deliver Driver (Current Employee) – Lancaster, CA – April 27, 2017
Good place to work if you are willing to work hard. Pays really well. Benefits are great. I seen couple of drivers that I worked with promoted. This company really values promoting from within. I been here for 3 and half years now and it has grown on me. It gets easier as you go. Stick with it and I think you will be okay. If you get a satillite or domicile route, insane money.
Great compensation, Great benefits, Great prices on the benefits, They like to promote from within
Director of Maintenance and Facilities (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – March 30, 2017
There are some real positive things about SYGMA. In some aspects they want to do the right thing, and there are some great people there. But their structure is not consistent. Local VPGM's I think have too much power to change whatever they want, so they end up reinventing the wheel over and over as new VPGM come and go. SYGMA will also release management if they are not making the profits they expect - no warning - regardless of performance.