Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY 40214 – December 11, 2018
Not a good place for a new driver as you will trying to put a 38 foot trailer places only meant for cars. The work is grueling, the average day for me was unloading 20,000 pounds in 20 plus stops. The most stressful part was trying to find your stops and where to deliver as GPS will get you too the front door but not where you were to deliver.
Credit Analyst (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – December 12, 2018
My job is being outsourced, with Sysco. While I do not agree with this move, I will hope and pray that the folk that made this decision had the best interest of the customer's *(internal and external) in mind while making these very hard decisions. I have loved working for this company and I have made life long friends and life long relationships that will never be broken and for that I am blessed.
Order Selector (Current Employee) – Columbia, SC – December 11, 2018
Sysco Distribution of columbia is a good place to work. It the work is hard and you get paid fair. But just don't get enough hours. The health insurance are good . you have three different type of department. They are dry cooler and the freezer.
Senior Marketing Associate (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – December 10, 2018
Great culture. Could use more advancement oppprtunities. Management helpful. Communication good. Benefits good. Overall, I recommend Sysco highly. Great for anyone who enjoys food/restaurants and has experience in both.
Marketing Associate (Current Employee) – Tolleson, AZ – December 10, 2018
Drives a long hour every day and company does not provide any reimbursement for the vehicle and the gas. Overly short stuff to support the sales team. Very messy wear house situation has mistake on packing and delivery almost daily.
Could be a high paying job. Work life balance
Long hour of driving and does not pay for car or gas money
District Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – December 9, 2018
I started here a few years ago and with hard work and great leadership have been promoted. The money they pay in sales is great, not sure why people are knocking the pay rate. The world is changing, so Sysco has to keep up with the market. With the tech platform they offer to the customer I was able to double my business in a shrinking market.
If you work hard and understand that in sales you get paid for what you do, then you are going to LOVE working for Sysco. Lots of soft benefits, I have been on trips, ball games, tons of swag wear, promo cash is abundant. Most of all freedom, no Mirco Managment - but they expect results. If you're hungry, a hunter with no attitude, then this is the place for you.
Come and change your life like I did, come to work for the biggest and the best!
Money, Benefits and Solid Management
employee drama - just keep your eye on the prize and go to work...
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There are tons of careers options but processes are forever changing. It is about who you know verses what you know sometimes. They want and use input from the Associates to make processes and the culture better but it takes time.
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Class A Truck Driver (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 5, 2018
Great money tons of work and overtime just wish this company would take more time in coming up with a better system for the warehouse when it comes to building pallets doesn't make sense for 1 case at stop 5 to be at the bottom of a pallet with stop 6-7-8 on top of it and you have to dig it out takes time and makes a mess
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Management are aholes
Order Picker (Former Employee) – Tolleson, AZ – December 5, 2018
So to start off the MANAGEMENT expect you to learn how to drive a pallet jack on your own for one day and expect you to be a pro at it, they lefted me alone after the first day and someone got hurt and they didn't even take the blame that they didn't train me well on it basically all MANAGEMENT are aholes and it sucks to work for them big waste of time
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A typical Day starts with a huddle of the teams to discuss any updates of job duties and the company. Opening Emails to view and verify any callbacks to customers for urgency. Follow up on daily phone calls and etc
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Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – December 4, 2018
Delivery of cool, frozen, dry foods to restaurants/fast food joints, all hours of the day/night, place delivery in appropriate area, up and down ramp, in and out freezer compartment, scan each food item prior to delivery, sort customers order from pallet containing other customers orders, get your asss kicked!
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Overnight warehouse selector (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – December 3, 2018
Great place, great people, great perks. After 10 years of overnight, fast paced labor with a salary that consistently declined, time to move on. It can take away from your life outside of work.
Incentive algorithms don’t properly calculate/translate to pay scale.
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Good work experience
Marketing Associate (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – December 3, 2018
Very strong/solid company. You will learn quite a bit in this role, but there are too many job requirements to master anything extremely well. You must be extremely adaptive to change and welcome it. Very poor work /life balance. You will work 7 days a week.
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Great workplace. To much multimanagement. There are to many corners cut. And people pass accounts down to you as a "favor" but its really a joke. Make sure you know your numbers and stand up for your self. They tell you your base pay is what you get for you cell phone and gas, but you have to bust your butt to make ends meet.
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Worked at calera sysco fleet shop and was lied to
Diesel Technician fleet apprentice (Former Employee) – Calera, AL – December 2, 2018
Good co workers ,poor management and very petty about the little things but do not stick to their word on pay raises and is so micro managed that there is no face to face communication at all between employees and supervisors it’s all electronically done. The supervisors and managers they try and penny pinch so much money during the year so they will get that big bonus at the end of the year and the shop and it’s employees suffer because of their greediness.unless you are a part of the warehouse or delivery drivers you don’t make a good living and you don’t matter to the calera sysco house all you are is a expense to them just a money pit and all you are is a number to them
Good co workers
Bad management, not trustworthy, low salary, empty promises
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