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Extremely long cause half of the floor people are never working, and the supervisors and managers are more concerned with not getting there khaki pants dirty.

Current 1st shift Warehouse Manager


Fire the management. Hire new freshman who are train in diversity and inclusion and key the hardworking employees and staff. Try a re entire program for those who will have to be re train for floor work or management work. Develop new ways of handling and manage work time and overtime. By creating better teams and section such as the cooler situation and the dry to freezer issues as well. Well develop teams will bring better flow to the orders been pull but also to better product replacements on all levels. From loader to off loader. Teams that have a job specifying the needs of the industry and owners and stock ownership needs of financial gain. The delivery to the facilities has to be more free flowing that the drivers can be on there distribution game while routers are free to a just in logistics. So that we meet delivery needs and on time cost with less accidents and more driver responsibility. Better pay for drivers and more rest time for long haul divers. Those are the few examples that can meet the goal of gourmet foods


There are no holiday pay. They only pay for the days you work, and don't care if their employees get to live life and meet their family and friends over the holidays.

Operations Manager


Only job I have ever hated going to, and was completely miserable having to see how simple it would be to make the place more efficient and profitable.

I wasn't hired as a manager, along with their much larger salary, so of course I wasn't going to show what should have been obvious to management.

HR Manager


Work 5 days a week, average 40-50 hrs. per week.


Only half of the employees are working. Management acts like it's the first time they have ever used a computer, since SOMEHOW they manage to sit at a computer allllll day long.

Culture is a boy's club.


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