Senior Sales Service Representative (Former Employee) – Tallahassee, FL – June 13, 2019
They PREACH work life balance. There is NONE. You get your schedule, at 5pm the day before and it will frequently change. They give the Sales and Senior Sales more deliveries than the merchandisers because if they keep the merchandisers hours low, upper management will bonus. Sales and Seniors are told they will only do about 30% of deliveries, but that is total lie. As a Senior, you travel constantly. A week, at a time, you are on the road, covering a Sales persons territory, while they are on PTO. Sales people will leave Seniors all their returns and out of dates to clean up, when they are on PTO and then throw you under the bus when they come back. Management turns a blind eye to the Sales peoples sloppy work and blames it on store and merchandisers. Stores treat you horribly. Management will call Sales on their approved PTO, if they have an issue. Must build displays and do deliveries on ad day. Truck deliveries come at different times, every day and are constantly late, so again work life balance is a joke. If a truck is a few hours late, you are expected to clock out and sit in the parking lot, of the store and wait till the truck gets there and then clock back in. The time in store, they assign you is never enough to get the job done properly. Management is clueless to the challenges, at store level until a truck delivery is denied, at a store. Then they care because the sales loss, from that delivery not coming through, affects their bonus. Work is very monotonous and hard. Your feet, your back and your knees will kill you because you're constantly on hard floors atmore... stores such as Publix, Walmart, Target, Winn-Dixie Piggly Wiggly and Harvey's. This job is anything but enjoyable. The pay is not worth the agony that should go through everyday. It is probably the worst job I have ever had in my life, due to the lack of caring, from management and above. Turn over rate for this company is outrageous. Please believe the negative reviews that you read, about this company. Unfortunately, I did not listen to two friends, that work for Mondelez before accepting the position. I should have listened, it would have saved me a lot of anguish.less
Merchandiser/Sales (Current Employee) – Madera County, CA – July 22, 2019
For each store you're given the manager who writes the schedule doesn't allow enough time to complete all tasks given for the stores you Service each day..it all looks good on paper, but, the actual condition of the store is totally different.
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SENIOR SALES SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – July 22, 2019
A typical Monday morning started with a 3 hour drive to Georgia with a stay for the week. I learned about working with front of house management and back or house employees in a grocery environment. The workplace culture and what I liked least were also the most difficult parts of the job. Store managers and many employees did not always act professionally and many times with a complete lack of respect. The best part of the job was working alongside other hard working and personable sales reps from other companies and the store's employees that could be described the same way.