Everybody worked as a team. You could always depend on each other when help was needed. We could laugh and still get our jobs done. The hardest part of m job was working in a warehouse that stayed 32 degrees all day. I was a receiver of frozen product. Enjoyed the work, something different every day.
Night Warehouse Clerk (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – September 19, 2013
Data entry was the main part of the job. It was light typing; mainly 10 key. I learned a lot about how our food gets from point A to point B. My coworkers were helpful and nice. The hardest part was the hours; 11pm to 7am. The best part was NO traffic.
Warehouseman / Forklift operator (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA – September 10, 2013
This company I really liked. I looked forward to going to work. We always had something going on, be it a BBQ or vendors would come in to cook for us. The work was hard, the food service business is hard but we worked as a team and did just fine. I was there along time.
fun, bbqs, summer gathering at a park for company picnic, new years eve party at a real nice hotel, with rooms.
It was an every changing environment. The good times far outweighed the bad.
Intermediate Accounts Payable Clerk (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 14, 2013
I loved the company values and the work. The benefits were pretty good with the exception of the medical. Medical was very expensive. I worked in Accounts Payable reconciling invoices with the receiving reports. Some invoices could be over 500 lines long. There was also a daily quota of invoices that each person was required to meet or exceed. I loved the challenge of making the quota and without any errors. The accounts payable reconciling branch was for those with intermediate accounting skills or higher.
While there I had an opportunity to exclusively work the Pilot fuel program as well as train new employess how to reconcile. This was a remarkable opportunity because I was the newest member in the section
training, pilot, reconciling, and learning how to use people soft