Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Surprise, AZ – October 17, 2018
it is a make your own schedule job for partimers full time is a set schedule but parttime is very competetive. they promise you will get jobs in your own zipcode but fail to mention you have to be very quick to pick it up beefore it is gone.
NIGHT SUPERVISOR/LEAD (Former Employee) – Louisiana – October 1, 2018
This company is an okay place to work. The pay is decent and the work enviornment is usually tolerable. There is room for improvement on the management side though. Overall not a bad place to work, but definitly worth looking elsewhere.
Good schedules, off weekends, great benefits.
Stressful management, unreasonable goals, more disipline than reward based.
Route Driver (Former Employee) – Lafayette, LA – July 18, 2018
A typical work day would consist making deliveries to customers. You would learn how to deliver beverage product by truck to customers and how to work handheld . The management is horrible there everyone hands their work off to other employees. A very fun work place culture. The hardest part of the job is working putting up with the management.
Operations (Current Employee) – Lafayette, LA – February 7, 2018
Management tries to keep things light and fun. They know we have to work, so they keep thing entertaining. Rules are strictly and fairly enforced, but are constantly evolving. The routing is done out of state by people who know nothing about the area and rely on glitchy mapping software. The vending business is a fast pace industry, and there are no exceptions here. Most of the equipment is new.
They care about their employees. When the flood hit in August 2016, they collected donations from employees and business partners, matched to amount, and gave every employee who was effected a check from $4000 to $9000 to help people get back on their feet. There is a family feel atmosphere.
One thing that needs to be corrected it the boundries between departments. There is a constant battle between sales and operations. At times, it could be overbearing. Suggestions are listened to, but are usually shot down without any effort on how to improve them.
Overall, it's a great place to work. Benefits are great. Medical, dental, vision, company matching 401k, life insurance, ecetera.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Lafayette, LA – January 20, 2018
Rules and roles are constantly changing. No definite time to get off Separation among departments Unrealistic expectations. The economy is in an extreme decline yet they expect sales to be through the roof. Fluctuating income
Rules and policies are created by old men that sit behind a desk all day & implement outdated policies from the 80 & 90s
But I will say when sales are through the roof, the environment is awesome. It is the best place to work. But the morale is down when sales are down and sales are down because the economy is down.
And by far has the best benefits of any company.
Fluctuating income, no definite work shifts, constant pay cuts