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micro managed
Warehouse Clerk (Former Employee), Bensenville, ILJuly 28, 2015
Pros: amazing workers
Cons: weak leadership, not trustworthy HR
Nice people
Difficult working environment
Very weak leadership

There were guidelines set in place that never seemed to be following and only applied to certain employees. Different rules for different people all depending on how much HR and everyone above you felt about you.
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good company with excellect culture
Manager Finance (Current Employee), Buffalo, NYJuly 27, 2015
Pros: Food industry
Cons: limited room for advancement unless willing to relocate
Company is well respected in the industry, has a highly performance culture. Company has an excellent culture that is found in all departments.
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Great pay and opportunity to advance.
Order selector/Driver Helper/ Loader (Current Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 27, 2015
Great management team, with a work week ranging from 30-35 hours. great benefits for employees and their families. they also give you chances to advance within their company
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Excellent Management
Freelance Motion Graphics Designer, Video Editor (Current Employee), Chicago, ILJuly 26, 2015
Professional business level
Creative jobs
Creative co-workers
Far from noise Downtown area
Close to Airport and public transportation
Parking places
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poor management
Transportation Specialist (Former Employee), Omaha, NEJuly 25, 2015
Bad hours bad management really bad work environment just a really bad experience all around. hhgfdhhs fdgfdg g gggdg f gd gfd gfg sg d g sfd
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Senior Credit Coordinator (Current Employee), Rosemont, ILJuly 23, 2015
This company has made several changes to it's structure. Changes continue to be made that will effect the future of the company. It was a very exciting company to work for.
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Must be part of the "Big Boys Club" to make it..
Operations Clerk (Former Employee), Pittston, PAJuly 22, 2015
Pros: Benefits
Cons: All clique based
Loved the job & work. Pay was terrible & no compensation for the increased work load, which always happened. It's the type of place where you do all the work & management takes all the credit. All the "Big Wigs" are friends of friends from the "local tavern" & if you don't fit in that mold, forget it! Oh, and not to mention that management is more concerned with their in office randevu's, that if the fling of the week says me or you type of deal, you end of fired. Otherwise, great place to work!
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US Foods is the BESTcompany with great products and wonderful people
Territory Manager (Former Employee), Lubbock,TexasJuly 22, 2015
US FOODS is truly the BEST company to work for. Not only do they provide wonderful delicious products but the people that work for US FOODS are truly amazing!! They provide excellent customer service and are very caring and friendly!!
I enjoyed being a territory manager for US FOODS because of the fun atmosphere working with owners, chefs, our drivers but most of all... the employees of US FOODS!!
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Great company
TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR (Current Employee), Perth Amboy, NJJuly 17, 2015
Great company to work for. Good oppertunity and good pay. I've been there for about 1 year and have nothing bad to say about them.
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It's okay.
Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee), Columbia, SCJuly 14, 2015
Pros: every break is scheduled, no call no shows are allowed.
Cons: management
If you're a cashier, that's all you do. If the higher up management is having a bad day, so will everyone else. Shift leaders are great once that one who refused to give breaks got fired. Coworkers can be catty, but what do you expect from mostly female cashiers.

Schedule isn't consistent, but if you get on the scheduler's good side, you won't get an opening shift right after a closing shift. If you get on the scheduler's bad side, forget about sleep.

Don't drink the water-you or your girl will end up pregnant (it's a joke, but it seems that way)
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Productive and great pay
Delivery driver (Current Employee), Severne,MDJuly 14, 2015
My day normally starts between 2-3 a.m in the morning 4 days and week but i normally work 5 or 6 days a week for over time. I'm a quick leaner and productive worker. i work well with others, can take lead as well as direction. I also have a clean driving and background record.
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Loved my career with US FOODS ...challenging
Buyer II (Former Employee), Montgomery, ALJuly 14, 2015
I enjoy a challenge and I did get it on a daily basis. My only issue was one Supervisor in particular... There is a lot of buddy systems there.
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enjoyed the people and company
shuttle driver (Former Employee), Fife, WAJuly 9, 2015
Pros: 4 day schedule
Cons: long swing shifts
I had great co-workers and a very good management team. long swing shift hours but it was a four day work schedule. good family time. I would still be working there if they had an opportunity in my area.
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management needs a overall
unknow (Former Employee), dallas, txJuly 7, 2015
Pros: health
Cons: management bad
This is the worst place i ever worked because of management this old lady in inventory needs to retire omg she is stuck in time she has no respect for others she talks to you like shes some master on some planantion back in the 1950 she needs to retire.i wouldnt recommend anyone to work there.she needs to get up and help out she doesnt know the job .all she does is micro manage trying to tell you how long it takes u to do something and she cant even do it
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Foodservice Distribution Sales is tough. US FOODS gave you tools to use. Great Sales Flyers, Deviation on Demand, Scoop, Mobile Ordering System.
Territory Manager (Former Employee), Twinsburg, OHJuly 3, 2015
Pros: You set your own schedule according to when your customers need to place an order.
Cons: Collecting money, making price lists. Not being able to make any commission on orders with low profit margins
You always needed to be working on opening new business and checking your email. You spend alot of time trying to collect money from customers and delivering will calls to help the customers out when there was a screw up. Great "Center of the Plate" training.program. Customer Service Representatives that handled the phones and the Will Call Guys were awesome! The hardest part of the day was when you had to really hustle get the orders keyed in before cutoff. The most enjoyable part of the job for me was cold calling new prospects and visiting with existing customers that really appreciated you for your hard work.
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Solid Company
Night Warehouse Supervisor (Current Employee), Lakeland, FLJune 30, 2015
Good overall company. Room for advancement is there if you wish to go for it. You will not have much of a home lif while you work here.
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nice place to work
warehouse selector (Current Employee), boca raton flJune 16, 2015
Pros: new equipment
Cons: not enough staff
very fun work atmosphere great staff great company great equipment to use to make sure your job is done safe and correct. benefits are great compensation is great.
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Fun place to work if you like to socialize
Credit Analyst (Former Employee), Rosemont, ILJune 16, 2015
Pros: Very flexible
Cons: Poorly managed
This is a very clickish environment with little emphasis on quality of work. As long as you are willing to become the supervisor's pet, you will fit in.
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TRUCK DRIVER (Former Employee), Perth Amboy, NJJune 12, 2015
Could be a great place to work if two men or woman went out and worked on delivering their products. Compensation was good as well, but as I stated if two persons worked together in the AM shift like they do overnight moral would be up and injuries would be less.
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Decent place to work
Territory Manager (Current Employee), Ogden, UTJune 12, 2015
not much more to include. Good products to sell, decent support system behind them. They just need to figure out the merger/buyout situation

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US Foods Salaries

Delivery Driver
$19.73 per hour
Order Picker
$15.66 per hour
Territory Manager
$60,000 per year
Delivery Driver
$63,440 per year
Order Picker
$35,000 per year