Blue Star Refreshment Services Employee Reviews
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Local leadership is great. The issue is the lack of communication from HQ before and during COVID-19. I've heard that local Management was left completely out in the cold once they got the local branch closed up for HQ Zero communication from HQ so the local Management team can not help to answer questions and keep us employees engaged for a potential re-start.
Great local leadership team
Horrible communication and leadership from HQ.
If I ever get the chance to work for this company again without a doubt I wouldn’t think twice. The crew members and the leaders in this place were all amazing people. The hours were perfect, there’s nothing negative to say about this place. Thank you for the opportunity and I hope one day I can be back with this great company!
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I really enjoyed my time with Blue Star , having encouragement to think outside the box for accounts to build presentations and Relationships with clients . I had fun and wouldn’t mind having to have work again with this company.
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BlueStar has helped me become a lead which I never thought would happen, I was able to move up within a few months. They taught me what it means to be a leader and I have the opportunity to lead a small crew of 3 other employee's. I hope to one day become a manager and continue my career growth within this company.
Overall, they have a great product and many good people work there but, owner is not serious to run a great company Some great people quit and others were let go for not ‘falling in line’.
Some good people work there
Favoritism, allow undocumented people to work there. Owner would rather fight in court than follow the law
This job is a joke. If you want abusive and negligence of a manager feel free to apply. No one cares what you do for the company no one cares about you not even HR is approachable and extremely unprofessional. Managers only care about themselves. Route Supervisor s were creeps and extremely perverted
For the first time, I worked for an owner that seemed to sabotage his own company.????? Not empowering his people, didn’t trust, extremely micro-managing. This company has the potential to take off and become a serious competitor, but sadly, probably won’t.
We were always short staffed but forced to work like a full stocked team. We were forced to take shortcuts to complete work because they didn’t want us to do overtime, their day porters barely did work, temp workers they hired would be caught stealing or never showed up to work, the trucks were unsafe so I refused to drive, when I needed help with a job that wasn’t mine I barely got any help. Proper refrigeration of dairy products was lacking. The coolers on the trucks don’t work so they would sit for 8 hours barely cold. It was a circus there, they fired their best guy because he would let them know their faults so “he didn’t fit their ideal direction”. This was really the worst company ever. I could go on and on and on, I’m surprise they still have business.
Just the free snacks and sodas we got to take home.
it's almost impossible to move up if you are an hourly employee. the company is ran by salaried selfish idiots. the ceo is never there. people tend to only care about themselves. management acts like your raise comes out of their pocket. hourly employees get 2%-4% raises if they are lucky., YES PENNIES if you are lucky and you are supposed to be grateful for that. Only upside? not a lot of supervision but I am actively looking for a better paying job.