Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) – Greensburg, PA – November 15, 2016
Enjoyed working here prior to being terminated because of a no call no show due to incarceration even though I notified my supervisor the night of my incarceration...all my acquired vacation and holiday pay was taken without even being discussed of the nature of my termination. I feel I was wrongfully terminated without even being given a chance.
Driver (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 25, 2016
As a driver, If you want to just bust your butt and get fired after 90 days this is the job for you. Management has been fighting the Union for years and using the drivers as leverage, they hire about 6 drivers every few months but when it comes time to sign your union protection papers they let you go on the 89th day. Managers mistreat and lie to your face, they should be ashamed to put the US in there name.
Buyer / Procurement Coordinator (Former Employee) – Fairburn, GA – January 22, 2017
In the 4 1/2 years I worked for US Foods I can honestly say that I was able to learn a variety of skills across several departments. I was never held back in learning other aspects of departments that crossed over to procurement. I seemed to always stay very busy.
Delivery driver cdl a (Former Employee) – Bridgeport, NJ – January 5, 2017
Great place to work after 13 years 2 month of service relocated to Florida for personal reasons and was denied a transfer to Tampa division in which they are hiring and also denied unemployment was safe and courteous
Fair pay and benefits
Management need to be more fair to everyone equally
Night Sele (Current Employee) – Salem, VA – November 27, 2016
Jobs like this are hard to come by with regard to compensation. On the flip side this job will take a toll on your body. Some of the slots you pick from are only a couple feet off the ground and you will have to crawl to pick something that may way 35-50 Lbs. Other times the slot may be 5 feet off the ground and the only way possible to grab the item is to climb. They preach safety, but under these circumstances it is only preached because you are not paid to be safe. You are paid to be productive. There is no way to do this job for years and not have back pain. Nonetheless, I know that some selectors make $70,000 per year. I would say the average selector makes $45-50K. Pretty much everyone is overworked and irritated. Management seems to care and somehow seems like they are not doing enough.
Logistics Load Specialist (Former Employee) – Rosemont, IL – February 16, 2017
Overall this is a good comany to work for. Culture, people, pay, benifits good. However, can be stressfull at times due to always being short staff. Senior Leaders and Managment leadership is poor Managers are very disengaged.
Route Driver (Current Employee) – SF Division – January 3, 2017
This is a good company to work for. Big enough to be able to make a good living and friendly enough in culture to have a feel of a smaller, private company. Definitely would like to transfer if there's an opening.
Wages, benefits, good atmosphere
Occasionally size of company thwarts input from employees
Selector (Current Employee) – Fort Mill, SC – November 2, 2016
Worst Job I have ever had. Management will lie to you. Management has favorites. Management refuses to give you your back Retro pay. Management does the blame game. Coworker's will say things behind your back NOT to you. Coworker's will say they make 80K a year, but NOT come close to that number. The branch is screwed up the way it ran. Be very afraid.
this company allow negativity to thrive throughout the company. They allow people to create lies to cover themselves and get rid of the ones that rumors are about. There is more talking and not enough working that is why the productivity is always behind.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MN – February 25, 2017
I learned a lot while I was there: dealing with people in general. They have a primitive technology. Some co-workers are unwilling to learn a new way to be productive. Communication disparages from top to bottom.
great money but that's it management was bad didn't know anything old out of date equipment just get prouct off truck routing was bad then let you go right before your probation is up an bring in the next crew of people don't waste your time here
Make a lot of money, don't have a lot of personal time.
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA – December 13, 2016
This job is not easy at all. Work tons of hours and make a lotta money, but your home life suffers. You almost have to choose to either have a family or have this job for the first couple years you're there.
Territory Manager (Current Employee) – Myrtle Beach, SC – March 6, 2017
No two days are the same. It is difficult having unorganized customers that do not order the correct items or not enough of the correct items. During the summer, you do not have any time off on the weekends. Always running around having to bail out customers.
Product Line Manager (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD – October 26, 2016
Us Food Service was an excellent opportunity I really enjoyed going to work. They offered: excellent training, good benefits, Bonuses Vacation, 401 k, mileage for out of the office training, relocation ability, competitive salaries, and much more.
Contract Coordinator (Former Employee) – Tempe, AZ 85284 – September 27, 2016
The co-workers quickly become your family. Relying on team members to analyze contracts and clientele's needs, there is always a helping hand. Short travel opportunities for those that work hard and willing to travel for a week. Company often has festivities and truly believe in work/life balance, but depending on field you cover may need to meet time sensitive deadlines even if it means overtime. The company is willing to give overtime as long as you have a project you're working on. Great growth rate with potential advancement opportunities.
Flexible Schedule, No weekends
Learning curve happens on the floor, not the training program
It can be a great place to work, but at times stressful
Accounts Payable Processor (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 20, 2016
I've been with the company for a long time. Its a decent place to work and overall they treat everyone fairly. The company is going through a number of changes after a failed merger with a larger rival. It has now gone public successfully and should continue to grow.
Part Time Garage Helper (Former Employee) – Streator, IL – February 5, 2017
Worked in the garage for 6-7 months part time. Management is very poor and very "cost effective" cut corner disregarding safety in many ways. And even forced me to stay later on an optional day causong ke to be late for a funeral..
Good company, great associates, and a great place to work. Memphis location went through a major transition with expansion and consolidation during my tenure and all supervisory staff from other location was offered relocation.