Selector (Current Employee) – Port Orange, FL – September 19, 2018
stressful to place to work. management could be better and do better.Worse managementI done seen in years. they expect the most from every individual. the work is really hard and they don't give you enough time to do the work.
Case picker forklift operator (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – September 16, 2018
You poor orders at a fast pace you wrap your orders you load your orders on the back of a truck grab a next order for that at a fast pace they also pay you by e l s and if you running real good numbers on your Els you get bonuses for running your numbers and that's real good pay that they give you for the bonuses
Area Director Sales Support (Current Employee) – Albany, NY – September 13, 2018
US Foods has allowed me to relocated across 5 markets, 3 areas, and the Corporate office to gain experience and growth. US Foods is a transformative company that understands the mission needs to be,"We help our customers make it."
Class B Driver (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – September 12, 2018
I liked that US Foods i a very busy company there is no down time and the trucks were all well maintenance. sometimes they will a helper out with the driver depending how large the load is and that helps out the driver being that this job includes a lot of driving.
Product Line Manager (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD – September 12, 2018
From the beginning of the day to the end, it felt there was no time to breathe, it was constantly busy. Felt like wall street environment with everything changing and moving continuously for which you had to stay on top of. Time management was the biggest takeaway from this job in the sense of how to tackle each day the best you could but needing to deliver before you left.
Fast work paste, you keep moving or you lose, move very fast on forklift, stacking must be done right or the products will fall off your pallet.
Night selector (Former Employee) – Lexington, SC – September 11, 2018
Very hard to keep up the fast pass and be accurate in pulling your orders. You have to pull a 100% in order to get an increase in pay. That’s very hard to do when you are tired from 10 to 14 hours a day for six days straight.
Pushed so hard to try to make production. Switch you to another department in the middle of shift.
Started as a temp and loved my job. Company went through a reorganization - laying off the entire office staff with the exception of one. I gained that position full time - worst decision ever. management doesn't listen to those in the position rather than statistics. Mgmt is satellite and all communication is done via email or phone; doesn't realize the more time spent on email or phone with mgmt. is less time spent on work. Unrealistic deadlines. Workload for 1 person is 5 jobs in a standard work day. Mgmt didn't listen to suggestion on how to improve system/logistics. Repercussions were severe for mgmt never being on site and actually witnessing the issues.