Restaurant Depot
Happiness rating is 49 out of 100
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About the company

  • CEO
    Stanley Fleishman
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Retail & Wholesale
  • Link
    Restaurant Depot website
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Employees at Restaurant Depot have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

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Produce Stocker in Chantilly, VA
on August 21, 2021
There is a lot wrong with this company, at least with the branch that I work at. Management does not care about anything other than getting the job done, regardless of how any people are available. I work alone, in a department that requires 6+ people to function, at least once a week.10+ hour days, 6 days a week. Even if you request 2 days off a week, it'll only last for a week before they put you back on a 6 or 7 day work week. You get lots of overtime, but it's too much work to make it worth anything, not enough to live off of. I even get paid more than most stockers in the store, which is completely unfair to those who have been working there longer. I honestly don't know why I'm being paid more; it's nice but unfair to others.My experience as a stocker is bagging produce for the 'bag wall', and management wants it stocked to the brim at all times (20+ products), which is extremely unrealistic when you're the only one working on it, and it requires 2 people to keep it properly stocked. Customers buy more products than you can bag. But upper management does not care and remains ignorant with this, expecting it to be filled at all time.If you're injured during work, there is no compensation for sick days and in most cases, they will make you work even with a doctor's note. Many of the workers I've spoke to complain they are always in pain from being overworked but cannot take time off because of the low pay. Also, many workers would make OSHA cry. Climbing shelves, forklift drivers speeding down aisles, impatient forklift drivers yelling and honking at customers all the time, and workers riding pallet jacks like skateboards. Customers can be extremely rude, impatient and unbearable, while workers yell and swear at customers.The only way to survive working here is if you stand up for yourself because they target those that can't. This company has a high turnover rate for a reason; low pay, too much work, poor management, and unrealistic expectations.
Branch Manager in Michigan
on May 23, 2022
This job is very stressful. They expect stores to run well but do not pay competitive wages so we are always under staffed. It is hard to get raises and you have to wait a whole year to get a vacation and then it is only 1 week.
Assistant Branch Manager in Connecticut
on May 20, 2022
Bosses always threaten your job on a weekly basis. You can make an honest mistake and your going to get called out on it and even threaten that you will get suspended. We are humans not robots. The bonus’s have been cut since Covid even though the store makes close to a million a day on sales. They expect you to over work. Sometimes managers can’t even take lunch because their short staff or if your about to take lunch, here comes corporate and now your forced to work. I would not recommend anyone to work here. It’s not worth the headaches and stress you get. The pay is not great either. I’ve dedicated years to this store and it has been declining.
Receiving Clerk in Los Angeles, CA
on May 13, 2022
receive product, stock product, ran product to the floor. unload trucks, paperwork. break down pallets. inventory counts every week. short staffed all the time, busy at all times always something to do.
Front End Supervisor in Dearborn, MI
on May 13, 2022
The Management is Very Very Very POOR and The Store needs a UPGRADE especially them old Computers and Management!! They don’t care about the ppl that works for them and it’s truly sad!

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Why do I think they have to get rid of people after 60 days? The answer was attendance! ;) That was really it the rest was questions from me and explanations

Shared on October 5, 2020

Must have fast food (food handling) ecperience,big bulk retail background in managent, fda compliace,

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He asked me to introduce myself and about my work history.

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