Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 11, 2016
A typical day would be servicing the customers by placing food orders. I have learned how to run reports. Management was bearable. Co-workers were just like family. The hardest part of the job for me was not being able to grow. The most enjoyable part of my job was the relationship I build with my customers.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – May 7, 2016
Stockyards cut shop turnover rate is at 70% because of Director treating employees like sub-humans. He is never held accountable and is aloud to do whatever he pleases with no repercussions . At USFOODS Charlotte you are a number,not an employee ! Worst job I've ever had.
Warehouseman (Current Employee) – Lamirada, CA – May 6, 2016
A typical day at work is getting that blood flowing by stretching followed by our daily briefing,equipment inspection and off we go. I learned how to work with people with all kinds of different personalities because there were always new hires. I believe there couldn't be a more enjoyable and down to earth management team in all the world,and I say that with no disrespect. Well as far as co-workers you know you got the one who think they are part of management,some that just don't have a clue half the time and then there's one's that just get in do the job and go home,my kind of people. I would say the hardest part of the job is just getting there,and you can probably guess the most enjoyable part.....GOING HOME!!!
Great pay, easy work, discounts on food products. If you had a set route it was pretty easy, but sometimes you would be sent somewhere that you had never been which made it tricky. Thank you google maps. If you can find the dumpster, you can find the kitchen door. Everyone was easy to get along with. The health benefits were ok (BCBS). No complaints.
US Foods is a good company with good employee's. What I have seen from my past experience, US Foods knows how to keep their customers happy and will do what it takes to strive as a leader not only as one of the largest food distributor's but in the customer service end. I have attended monthly training on how to grow my sales, computer training for online, etc.., they helped me stay in touch with what is going on with my competitors & their products. *****My customers where the best for keeping me informed!
The hardest part of my job was when a delivery didn't go expected or a customer was short a product and needed it that day! That was challenging, but I made it happened! I Cold Called these accounts and won those customers trust as their representative, it is my duty that they were satisfied with my service and happy with my company at the end of each work day!
The most enjoyable part of my job is seeing a smile on my customers face!
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – May 2, 2016
Very understaffed and over worked. Department of 7 people to handle over 400 accounts. We are required to work 6 day work weeks due to lack of staffing. There are very few opportunities for growth or career advancement
They had a workout room, but everyone was already getting there workout moving cases. In all honestly it made the workout room kind of pointless.
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – April 30, 2016
I enjoy pulling orders, but the managers made the job joyless. I was given an occurrence when I had to go home for having torn a hole in my boot on a pallet. I didn't want to be put in a situation where I could get injured for having insufficient PPE, but my managers insisted I work, I had to tell them I wasn't going to put myself at risk for having torn a hole in my boot, they thought I should continue working rather than them being concerned about my safety in the first place. In which case, if you're a good manager, rule #1 would be how can I keep my fellow employees safe. That situation turned me away from the job, and I quit soon after.
They gave out a couple free lunches which was good, I enjoyed the work and the pay was good.
The managers weren't concerned about employee safety or health, they just wanted the job done so they could go home.
it like play chest table have to know move employe from one task to another,
Group Leader (Former Employee) – Breinigsville, PA – April 26, 2016
In this job is a learnig process every day was a challenge. Every single day we don't know how much work or order we are going to have and my job was determine how many people need to get those order on the time frame the same day. Very excited job and the relation with the coworker was great.. Great place to work and grown
Free lunches, production bonus, bonus attendance safety reward