Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 14, 2018
I came to this company with prior delivery experience and they seem like they don’t know what they’re doing. They do route bids but you’ll end up doing random routes every day. They send out an email at 6 pm letting you know what your day is like so if you get scheduled for an earlier time, you get no sleep. You will have 15-20 stops, 1,000+ cases, and are pushing your 14 hour day every single day. The router has no idea what they are doing, you will drive past a later stop en route to your next one. Driving 30-45 minutes out of your way for a small order. Management doesn’t care about the drivers, you’re just another person. I’ve seen people with the company for years never get new equipment but the 20 new hires in the recent months getting new wheelers, ramps, uniforms, when they don’t even know if they’ll stay. They need to invest in their tenured drivers. The work is not easy, no matter what anyone says. The pay is excellent but not worth t for what you do.
CDL Class A Driver (Current Employee) – Manassas, VA – August 4, 2018
The company as a whole was great place to work pay was also great. The Hours can be long almost all the time you will work 12-14 hours. Created a work life balance problem for most drivers which caused a great turnover rate. They are trying to get drivers routes in order to help with less road time and more home time. Would recommend just make sure you and your family know that you will work a lot of hours and you need to adjust for the first few months.
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – La Crosse, WI – August 1, 2018
Reinhart was a good place to work, time seems to go by pretty fast in there. Some departments are really cold as I worked in the freezer. Working at Reinhart is hard work but it does keep the body in shape.
Class A CDL driver (Current Employee) – Taunton, MA – July 30, 2018
You start as a extra driver at Reinhart making $170 a day until you finish your probation period. Once probation is over you make $327 a day out of the Taunton yard. You are a extra until you are high in the pole to bid on a route. Everyday you will go somewhere new as a extra where you never know what your going to get.
Customers at the restaurant give you free food
you have so much work load you have to work on your DOT break
Driver (Former Employee) – New Bedford, MA – July 14, 2018
Management is poor cut- throat place dont work there u bust ur but. Kill ur body...nobody cares about u.. if u work hard u get more added to ur schedule if ur a slacker they take it off u to give to somebodyelse horrible place stay away
Truck Driver (Current Employee) – Taunton, MA – July 12, 2018
Very Stressful job. Even though there are people hired everyday, there is no work. When there is work there is only partial day work.
After several months you will finally get steady work, however you are always being critiqued on drive cam ( in my 6+ months no accidents) if you drive too close or if a car is to close to you, you will be flagged in violation (even though you had no incidents).
While you get paid per day, you work 12-14 hours, as such the pay only translate to about $20/hr, and for the stress and physical work that we do it is not worth it.
Job posting says Union, however Union does nothing but collect dues. If you have an incident you are on your own.
Pay is good if you can finish under 10 hours
Work is stressful, rarely are their days which are less than 12 hours
Administrative Assistant and HR Coordinator (Current Employee) – Shreveport, LA 71148 – July 6, 2018
When this company was purchased the management swooped in and just created a stressful and sad environment. Not used to the culture they came to change it. Very sad! I did in fact love it prior to the purchase and miss everyone who was laid off.
meat cutter (Current Employee) – La Crosse, WI – July 1, 2018
A typical day at the Reinhart meat room requires you to stand for 8-14 hours per day depending on the season and number of orders to fill. You will be working in a refrigerated environment the entire time.
Long work hours, under-staffed, no support from management.
CDL Class A Driver (Former Employee) – Oak Creek, WI – June 24, 2018
Reinhart Food Services is a fast paced company dealing in the delivery of restaurant items including but not limited to food, cups, and napkins, etc. They provide to Wisconsin and the surrounding states.