Class A Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Elizabeth, NJ – March 13, 2019
You’ll start off 240 a day minimum. You can make more money if you have the cases for it or picking up loads when your empty. The job can be hard at times because of certain stops you may have on a route. But some days it’s easy some days you can finish early An fast some days not. Once you get a bidded route things will get easier but you have to want it
Order Selector (Former Employee) – Industry, CA – March 20, 2019
Work was very easy just picking orders to all routes where completed. Too much work for the amount of pickers they had. 3 departments dry, cooler, freezer all where easy just getting used to. High turnover rates pay was ok benefits sucked 60 plus hour work weeks no life and no career advancements.
Warehouse Order Selector (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – March 11, 2019
To be honest you going to work for your money here. They usually don’t stretch in the morning when you start your shift your supervisor Will tell you to stretch yourself. There are long hours of work, they sell you with the four days of work and three days off. You’ll be working most likely 12 to 15 hours days. End it just depends if you want to take your breaks to be honest they’re really not mandatory because all they care about is you doing the work. Warehouse is really not that safe to work and always Something on the floor even though they still have people cleaning up bu something on the floor even though they still have people cleaning up but no one wants to be in the freezer for 10 hours straight or longer. Not saying that this is a big issue but they don’t even say thank you for your work. Some other companies really do appreciate what you do for the company but this one so good luck on your job adventures.
I am capable, had every unwantedt job dumped on me so the other employees could take what they wanted. I was given every job nobody wanted and was hold accountable because no three people could have done what I was assigned. Don't apply here.
This company do alot of favoritism. They treat new driver like trash and get ready for your paid to never be correct. Good luck you been warned. Your come to work stress out every day do to how they treat their driver.
Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Cairo, GA – February 28, 2019
The router will work you like a slave. The VP and other members of management are quick to let you know that getting groceries from point A to B is their only concern. Most importantly are the groceries despite the fact of SAFETY. That being said, SAFETY aspect of the job is “out the window.” I’m a former employee at PFG, and can answer any questions you might have. The health insurance is unbelievablely expensive for the family plan. If you encounter any equipment issues. Well, good luck getting someone to fix it. I could literally write a book on this company.
Unsafe equipment, pay, medical insurance, and poor undeceive and unorganized team of management.
Blame game on everything and no support from your management and higher ups. Leads are lazy and they blame everything that they are not getting done on others. Paychecks are inconsistant and wrong every paysheet given out.
Had a good experience when I was first hired and than after a few months the supervisors became unreasonable. You have to maintain a 95% pick rate everynight. If you did not meet you goal, you will get written up. After three write ups you would get fired.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – February 3, 2019
the management is very poor, supervision does not like to help and want you to do all the work even after you come off a route. They will require you to be held to a standard but not follow it themselves. Also except that you will be working long hours and want you to sometimes go over your hours of DOT time.'
Equipment is no good and blame is the game. If something happens even though you told them that it is unsafe or not regulated to be on the road it will be your fault somehow. I was lucky enough to have a good route so I got paid good but it was a lot of work, Most people were not. When coming in just know that they are worried about numbers not you.
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Hickory – January 29, 2019
You will be thrown under the bus and backed over a few times. If you get hurt no matter what it’s your fault and your job is on the line. If you put a dent in a trailer and report it even if you can knock it out with a hammer that’s a write up and 12 points if anything else happens it’s grounds for termination. If it wasn’t for the new director of transportation the cut throat driver supervisors would easily run off any good help left. Insurance goes up every year the best plan they offer they jack it up and force you into their garbage plan. You have to buy your own hand trucks and pallet jacks which other drivers steal them if you don’t bolt it down and its on you the company doesn’t pay nothing. Don’t travel for them the second you log off and go into your hotel if you get hurt they pay nothing. Everything is on you ,cameras in the truck and everything you will be coached random bag searches when you leave work, corporate America at it worst.
Area Manager/Sales (Former Employee) – Somerset, KY – January 28, 2019
Management is no good. Late truck deliveries, shortage of products and no customer service. The General Manager is a use to be and needs to move on. Its the good ol boy system and all the managers have each others back to make sure no one leaves in top management.