Certified Forklift Operator in Manassas, VA 20109
If you have a family an or kids us foods is not the place for that. We go in at 4pm and are not off until the work is complete. The hardest part of the job is working overnight
Night Selector in Fort Mill, SC
They will advertise 'up to $26/hr' but that's only if you get a crazy high production rate throughout the entire pay period. You will build a perfect pallet, and 2 or 3 more people will touch it before the clients receive it. If it's damaged from the others who moved in onto the trucks, it will affect your pay greatly- even though its out of your control.
Territory Manager in Knoxville, TN
First I know like EVERY company out there peoples experiences are going to vary depending on the location, ie Team they are part of. That said if you are in many of the regions/markets with very seasoned management the company is AMAZING!! I was very happy with them before COVID and seeing how they managed the COVID BS (minimal layoffs, supporting staff and families etc) was very surprising and refreshing from such a large, publicly traded company. Again YMMV depending on your area and local management but the core, corporate culture is 'Second to None' (which is one of there core cultural missions). If you are from the restaurant industry the work/life balance is again 'Second to None', at least in the Territory Manager Role. Again this is partially dependent on where you are (size of your market etc). But in general as long as your getting your work done (which is largely online) management should actually encourages you to "have a life."Our expense reimbursement policy is also much better than the competitors. You're paid for mileage, given a phone allowance etc. Things that should be standard but several competitors have done away with. The compensation plan is also quite unique. You are NOT 100% commission and so when things go south for reasons outside of your control (eg Covid) you have a very nice salary you can rely on.
Warehouse Associate/Training Supervisor in St. Louis, MO
I actually loved my time at US Foods, however it's really a young person's kind of job. You'll work 50 - 60 hrs a week depending on the workload. It's pretty hard on you if you have a family. It's also hard physically, but you are well compensated for the work that you do. There is room for advancement with the idea that you'll have to become a corporate mercenary of sorts. What I mean is that you'll have to be willing to uproot yourself every couple of years and head to the next job. The benefits are also the best I've ever seen...so I would definitely reccomend working for US if given the chance.
National Accounts Coordinator/ Supply Chain in Scottsdale, AZ
US Foods bought the company I worked for 2 years ago. They are definitely sub par to our old company. Their processes, procedures, and archaic systems slows down what really needed to get done. Work life balance? What’s that?