Audit Supervisor - Audit Services (Former Employee) – Rosemont, IL – October 27, 2017
U.S. Foods is a good company to work for. One of the biggest benefits of working with U.S. foods is that free food and coffee are provided to all employees. Small tokens of appreciation make a huge difference.
Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) – Corona, CA – October 26, 2017
Great place to work. Management what very knowledgeable of their business units. Understandable and empathetic if you had normal family issues. Benefits were great along with cost of living increases. The hardest part of the job was the holiday season but, the company would always make working even harder worth it by rewarding employees for the extra efforts. I moved from Accounting to Logistics and the transition was extremely smooth.
Free Lunches, Great health plans, Management cares about those working under them.
Food service is a tough industry,but a rewarding job to have. Just know that the balance between work and your personal will not be there. Trailers are loading to get the most cases out that they can,some days are easier than others,and some days makes you want to quit....very do-able job though.
great pay and chances for advancement down the road
Fast paced Extremely Competitive Sales Environment
Sales (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – October 25, 2017
Extremely competitive Tough work/life balance since it is a high customer service job No salary so if you lose an account due to no fault of your own its up to your company to supplement your pay if they are willing Management never discussed upward mobility or advancement with top performing reps who were interested in promotion Constant out of stocks or mispicks that sales people had to fix on their own dime
District Manager (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – October 25, 2017
no I was there and then I left, I thought it was a great move I was wrong.I moved on and thought that i could make something better, I was close i'm still working on it! I have been in the food service business, my entire adult life!
Territory Manager (Former Employee) – Vista, CA – October 24, 2017
When I left Sysco to work at US foods, a week later an announcment was made that they were being acquired by Sysco my former employer for 12 years. It was a very difficult environment to work in from then on both for me and my customer base as you can understand and about three months later I searched other opportunities for me and my family.
Difficult sales and reporting sytems. Hard to track and time consuming.
Shipper Receiver (Former Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – October 19, 2017
Great environment , great people, fair in pay and respect of where you would like to be placed and most importantly that I feel was great the people in higher places make it a weekly thing to come down and meet and greet with the warehouse workers and know us all by name.
On-Line Coordinator (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – October 18, 2017
The best part of my job was two days were seldom alike. During my career I reported to the VP of Sales, the National Accounts VP, and started in IT as a keypunch operator. My typical day in the office was running reports, fielding calls from customers, or rolling out a new version of one of our programs. I was very seldom in the office due to business trips to train customers from the panhandle of Florida to the top of Alabama. My managers allowed me to schedule my own trips unless there was something special happening. Assisting other divisions with their customer training and presentations was also a learning experience. I was lucky enough to have a position that provided an atmosphere to learn from each other, and when training customers, I always learned something. They shared their new operating system or taught me some new way to do something. The programs US. Foods had helped our customers to be more efficient and profitable in their facility, whether it was a healthcare, a school, or a white tablecloth restaurant. The hardest part of the job was trying to schedule customers in the same area and judging the time it would take to train. Everyone learns at a different pace. My favorite part of the job was having the privilege to meet so many people.
Food Shows with all the vendors and customers.
Restructuring caused my job to dissolve, but I was retirement age.
Customer service representative (Former Employee) – Plymouth, MN – October 17, 2017
Very nice place to work at it was like family. On lunch they cook and food was half price, not mention the food was great in tasting. Every things was charm everyone I work with and people I serve as their rep.