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What is the most stressful part about working at Sysco?

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Every aspect of this job is stressful. Sysco should be ashamed of how employees feel. This place is not worth the stress nor the pay. Go elsewhere.

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When doing the job right and you get nowhere because upper management has their minds set on just numbers as far as sales go. Sysco Atlanta is biting off more than they can chew. Glad I got out of there when I did.

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Overworked and underpaid. No support or help from management. I feel like a number in this business.

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Too much work load, not enough employees for such a busy business.

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Poor management and understaffed departments across each department. Lack of communication and technology.

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There was no stressful part of working for this company.

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Poor management, always "great" new plans to improve morale, but never listening to employees about what they need to enjoy work. Horrible budgeting. No time or money for training and growth, no hopes of climbing the ladder. Short handed, extra work, but no extra time to do it. Having to pick up the slack for people that disappear for 6 hours of their shift and are not made to work. No care or concern for safety, or anything but yourself.

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Short staffed and not enough support.

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The increase of workload, so your always at work. Long long hrs.

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Unfair point system

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