it's fun to learn the city and see different places
Route Salesman/Driver (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – September 20, 2018
Overall it's a good company to work for but you do got to watch what you do there for the simple fact that it is a hire at will and fire will company meaning you could do and be one of the best route drivers but one little thing will cost you your job that is not cool
Honestly, it would be my very last choice. Its great if you have a route that pays you hourly and not on commission, especially in the Winter. The atmosphere is amazing, but the company is very unorganized.
Forklift Operator/Loader (Former Employee) – Oxnard – May 12, 2018
Great Pay if you don’t have a college degree and need cash. Most of the co workers are great people and easy to get along with it’s simply upper management is a big problem with not making employees first.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – February 6, 2018
I did what my supervisor asked of me to do. But because it was clear that it was a temporary position for myself and the majority of the floor at the time we started at the time we needed to, did our job and went home for the day
RSR Driver (Former Employee) – Yuma Az – January 31, 2018
Dont let the $20 fool you. May sound good but after 3 months it drops to like $12 because u are put on commision. Poor managerial skills. ROM is terrible. They want uou to solicite for free. Comission only salary No raises. I worked with employees who have been there more than 15 years and have never gotten a raise. Employees are not happy
Good employees, work outdoors. Everyday is something new. Fun
RSR Driver (Current Employee) – Oklahoma – January 23, 2018
Worst company I’ve ever worked for. They lied from the get go. It’s all about numbers no customers service. They boast that they want customers for life but are horrible to them. When people call customer service they are lied to always over promising and under delivering. Customer service is a call center in another state from your branch. The left hand never knows what the right hand is doing. Stay away far away this place is just awful
Night Supervisor (Former Employee) – Grand Prairie, TX – December 28, 2017
I worked hard and received a Kudos award for my efforts. Management could never get me dependable help. So the turn over was very high. employees didn't take pride in the work place. Morale was very low.
ROUTE SALES REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – October 5, 2017
This is very psychically demanding from day one and you must keep up or you will not be there very long. You put in 10-12 hour days and really beat your body up, but if you have a great route and don't mind killing people with tons of water with no conscience then you can make a lot of money here. The co-workers are awesome, but management can be iffy sometimes. If you like to work hard and love working outside and meeting demanding sales goals this place could be quite lucrative for you. The best part about this job is serving great people and being on your own all day and for the most part management doesn't get on your back unless you give them a reason to.
Driver/Operator (Current Employee) – Mesa, AZ – October 5, 2017
This company is based in respect, always have a good relationship with employees, your bosses and the most Important the clients. I learned to excel in my work and to have the best communication with our clients.
The company environment..
lack of being able to climb the corporate ladder. Not getting paid for over time.
Retail sales ◆ Costco vendor (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 18, 2017
I had a terrible experience working for this company. However, the starting pay of guaranteed commission and having an employee referring me was certainly a fishhook to reel in an ambitious salesman/woman. I did well at first but unable to meet their hostile and aggressive demands...
starting pay guaranteed commission and hourly rate
poor management, uncoordinated schedule with short notice, a lot long shifts open-close
Forklift driver (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – April 11, 2017
Truck loader shipping/ receiving inventory counting worked outside in heat learned more about team work organized freight and company items Enjoyed vacation time and weekends off management a little unorganized
Sales Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 29, 2017
I started out as a night shift loader, then supervisor. Transferred to Route Sales than Supervisor then Sales Manager. The Co. reimbursed employees for continued education which I did for more than 2-years. They also provided one in house education in the forms of sales training and many seminars. Some additional areas of training First Aid ;Resuscitation Technics; Management ; basic Psychology etc.
Good People, good pay and benefits, and opportunty to advance