Willow Run Foods Careers & Employment - Working at Willow Run Foods
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- Company size201 to 500
- IndustryTransportation & Logistics
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If your broke work here. But don't stick around too long because it is a trap and years will pass before you know it. Not recommend if you have a family
Warehouse Worker in Conklin, NY
on July 5, 2021
Didnt mind the hard work and was always on time for my shift but the company was not. truck was always loaded 2 to 4 hours late and they blame covid like everyone does. drivers aren't quitting because of covid, drivers are quitting because they are treated poorly. All I wanted to do was go to work every shift do my job and go home and they penalized me for wanting to do so.
Delivery Driver in Albany, NY
on July 9, 2021
I'm a jockey there and its fun work, lots of practice in backing and maneuvering. But the place is so mismanaged which creates a lot of stress for everyone. Not good communication, short tempers in management. Regular workers are really fun to work with though, they know how to make work fun
Yard Jockey in Kirkwood, NY
on May 25, 2021
Management is horrendous. Never addressing problems that are presented to them. Poor working conditions. Little/ no circulating air for the summer heat. Trash thrown everywhere with no concern for it.
Warehouse Worker in Kirkwood, NY
on April 13, 2021
Management thinks they are better than drivers. Drivers are expected to work more than humanly possible they call on days off to work. The co. president thinks drivers are all high school dropouts and are a dime a dozen. He only cares about the ones who stuck up and conform to his philosophy.
CDL Driver Class A in Kirkwood, NY
on January 22, 2021
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Shared on September 14, 2020
Driving experience, food service industry experience
Shared on September 9, 2019
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