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stay away
Relief Driver (Former Employee) –  Nashville, TNFebruary 27, 2019
poor management.......no communication....easy work but pay is bad..only way to make money is when u travel ..if you like to be away from home this is for you.....u stay in bad hotels and pay is not good..i would stay away from this you will regret it...
Pros
travel.
Cons
pay, management
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If you like autonomy and travel, this is the place for you!
Service Department (Current Employee) –  Tulsa OKFebruary 21, 2019
SRP has experienced massive growth with tons of opportunity. Challenging work with interesting and fun product. If you like autonomy and travel, this is the place for you!
Pros
Travel, 4 day work week, company stability, opportunity, company vehicle, paid expenses
Cons
Growing pains
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Route deliver/salesperson
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee) –  OklahomaFebruary 12, 2019
HORRIBLE...changes every week-nothing is set in stone and they expect that you should get your route done by Thursday so they don’t have to pay you for Friday, oh ya..and the nasty motels you have to stay in are TERRIBLE!!!!
They give you company box truck that has over 200.000 miles and about to fall apart(literally when it rained I had a waterfall in the back of my seat)
Upper management is a joke, promoted a sales guy who no’s nothing about managing a District Route
Territory....STAY AWAY!!!!!!
Pros
Nothing
Cons
Horrible hours and Horrible hotel accommodations
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You will regret
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee) –  MESQUITE TX.February 5, 2019
Never worked for a company as confused are as lost as this company. Employees or customer can not ever reach anyone there. Pay was poor work was stressfull. And to top it off they screwed everyone taxes up. I have been trying to reach for weeks no one will return calls. Can not file tax return because have to get corrected w2. I was overcharged on my taxes and irs will not accept because srp owes everyone over paid taxes. No help from corporate or anyone else. Forced to hire employment lawyer. Always hiring because everyone leaves
Pros
None
Cons
Pay, Benifits, Communication
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Solid work environment and compensation with big improvements happening.
RSR (Current Employee) –  MichiganFebruary 3, 2019
SRP is the leader in the industry, very solid company and growing. Good compensation and paid time off, new incentive bonus program makes it even better. Do the job as you're supposed to and you'll never be micro managed, feel like independent contractor but all the benefits of working for a large company. Company Van, gas card, and credit card for hotels and expenses means no out of pocket. New meal allowance for overnights a great improvement.
Pros
Solid employee retention, new benefits and incentives
Cons
Growth has some routing challenges but office is trying to work with you when this happens.
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Do your homework diligence before accepting any offers
Sales Associate (Former Employee) –  Clinton, NCJanuary 14, 2019
The job description was misleading from the start. 4 1/2 day work week, couldn't be done. Example: 80 stops a week, by Thursday if you had 70 completed, you had 10 left, those 10 could take all day Friday. It was designed that way. No food or hotel expense while doing overnights. Let that sink in on an annual basis. Stayed in rat trap motels, no food allowance, so eating was minimal. Always continual talk about improving routes, hours per week, getting to the point of 1/2 day or all of Friday off, always talk, talk, talk, no action. Not a huge issue, but the vans looked like a circus coming down the road. Honestly, nothing positive to say. With no food or hotel allowance, you're actually paying them to work. I don't know how those employees do that. I've never worked for a company where food and motels weren't paid for while on the job.
Pros
None
Cons
Many
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Explosive Growth!
Area Sales Manager (Current Employee) –  Lindon, UTJanuary 11, 2019
This company has undergone some of thee most explosive growth I have ever seen. With that comes a large amount of growing pains. They are working to put aces in places and have really overcome a lot of the trials of such growth. Most companies would not be able to handle the amount of growth. They have had good guidance to take themselves to the next level.
Pros
Great work/life balance, large amount of freedom.
Cons
Still growing
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Good company with a lot of travel
Route Relief Representative (Current Employee) –  Castle Rock, CONovember 4, 2018
SRP companies supplies general merchandise to convenience stores across the country. I am an R3, I do not have my own territory so each week I am away from home. The job itself is simple but requires attention to detail. Overall, a great place to work with fair wages that has allowed me to experience over half the country over three years.
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Dumpter Fire - Stay Away
RSR Driver (Former Employee) –  AnywhereNovember 3, 2018
You will:

Work 55 to 80 hours a week trying to manage a poorly worked route, in stores that could care less if you're there or not.

Have to organize and maintain at least one full storage unit worth of sunglasses, car and cheap Chinese consumer electronics and be ready for audits on the cleanliness of that storage unit and your company supplied van quarterly.

Run into endless problems with stores closing, inventory reclamation, and a plethora of other routing problems that will guarantee that you will hardly ever have a normal work week.

Have upper management that has no footing in actual reality. They expect, but offer absolutely no solutions because they are 100% inept.

You won't:

Ever have free time to spend with your wife and kids or even manage the things around your own home you need to manage.

Have secure bonus structures for all the hard work you do to score well on your audits. The company will change pay terms and bonus structures at will and avoid pay raises and paying out agreed on bonuses saving themselves thousands of dollars a year.

Ever be able to score well on your vehicle and storage audits because you'll be swimming in years of neglected stock that would take a team a week of working a solid week or more to sort, count, box and keep clean.

Have much energy or ambition after six months or so and will eventually quit as a result, unless you have a hillbilly route that is easy to schedule. If you are offered a city route you will not find parking for the oversized commercial van, nor get any help in trying to finding solutions
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I've never encountered a job that has such poor management in my life. If you take this job, you will eat and sleep the job, and you will only receive criticism no matter how hard you work, how well you score on your audits, and you will find that your pay structure will change so you don't ever succeed. If you really need a job, keep looking. SRP Companies is a dumpster fire of an organization, and you will get burned if you stick around long enough.
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Pros
Pay was ok.
Cons
See above.
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More organized
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee) –  EverywhereOctober 22, 2018
As stated before you had no control over your route. You would pass up a stop three times in a day only to go back to them the next day.

Also you would go 90 miles out of your way to basically nothing, when in fact you could be in another part of your route filling empty racks.
Pros
Travel
Cons
Long hours on the road going nowhere
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Growth= pains
Route Service Representative (Current Employee) –  UnknownOctober 20, 2018
The growing of this company has led to multiple issues within the organization. And lack of communication from management. The new pay structure has taken monies away from route service representatives. You have no control over sales or growth of your territory. And bonuses are based off someone else view point of your job, usually not a field rep. And certaonly not a uniformed system. Turn over has increased 10 fold since April. Scan Based Trading has left multiple customers empty in some cases for weeks.
Pros
Take home van. Cell phone provided.
Cons
Manangement. Salary. Growth.
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This company rocks
Route Sales Representative (Current Employee) –  West VirginiaOctober 4, 2018
Awesome place to work, never have to have a manager leaning over your shoulder asking how things are going (maybe see them 7 times a year). You work 4 12.5hr days. Off Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Pay is good. Could be better, which they have said they are adding more bonuses and sales incentives. So you'll make between 45,000 and 55,000 (as it stands now). You drive the company vehicle to and from your house, so no vehicle expenses on your part. Company phone comes with the position of RSR. You may have to spend a few nights out of town a month, I spend 6 (company pays for everything). God truly blesses!!!
Pros
Everything
Cons
Pay, could he a touch higher
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Unbearable schedule
Route Sales Representative (Former Employee) –  Cincinnati, OHSeptember 13, 2018
No work/life balance. Was hired for local 10 hours a day 4 days a week. Turned into out of town 2 nights a week and 12-14 hour days. Any stops not completed just roll over into the next day until you can't catch up.
Pros
All the overtime you want
Cons
No breaks, no home life.
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Solid company but earning capped.
Manager (Current Employee) –  Paramus, NJJuly 23, 2018
Pugs is a very strong and profitable company that I enjoy working for. In my time there, I got numerous promotions, and my earning actually have remained flat. That's just not acceptable and is the primary reason I am looking to see what other opportunities exist.
Pros
The owner is an awesome person who really does care about his people.
Cons
Compensation.
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