Sales Service Representative (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 8 August 2017
I would say the best thing about working here is once your done your load you go home and sometimes it's early But that's not enough There is constant loading that's late which makes your day late Routing is still bad No communication between ..... anyone actually
Aide-livreur (Current Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 27 July 2017
Tout a très bien commencé, j'ai commencé a travailler pour Gordon en juillet 2016, j'avais 3 mois probatoire pour voir si j'aimais l'emploi et si j'étais capable de bien effectuer le travail. A chaque mois ils m'ont évaluer et tout allait super bien. Puis 4 mois plus tard j'ai eu une entorse légère au dos. Je l'ai soigné, tout étais correct. J'ai recommencé à travailler puis la journée de mon retour ils m'ont congédié (illégalement).En disant que je ne répondait plus au exigence. voilà
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Surrey, BC – 28 June 2017
Good start up company to work for to gain experience driving and understanding the lower mainland. you do things on your own pace and work in a safe manner. i learned how to be a great individual in the customer service field.
Driver, leadhand (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 15 June 2017
Good employees but horrible management! Pretty much all the management is boys club not actually good leaders. None of them are organized and dont really care about the employees. Worked there for over 15yrs and went to p/t for awhile and management stopped returning calls and instead sent a letter saying services no longer needed. Too chicken to answer the phone or even call back!
Operations Team Leader (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 May 2017
I honestly love this company and miss it very much. Great team environment, great benefits, great money, and in non-recession times, pretty secure! If you are willing and able to show up and work hard, it is an extremely rewarding job.
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 7 May 2017
In general, working at this company is a nightmare. You will have to give up your regular life and dedicate yourself to pick up boxes all night long. Your seconds are counted, its true you get the incentives but still, its not worth it when you have to be working in the freezer -30 for full shift. Management is pretty unorganized, schedules based on seniority. They bring new people every month, not even half of them last the first month.
Interesting workplace based on commision and salary
Order selector/forklift operator (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 25 April 2017
It pays decently and the workforce makes the job bearable. Management and advancement is based of politics. The hours are not ideal and you will start on nights. But in a bad economy its not the worst place to work. You get paid an incentive for the work you've done but don't expect any reasonability with regards to time off or vacation. Its based on seniority.
An incredable billion dollar sales family owned bussines
District Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Saskatoon, SK – 18 March 2017
The food service industry is one of the fastest paced industries around the demand to succeed in sales is huge. This company uses sales training, bonus incentives and team building to drive you and your abilities forward. They are all in when it comes to sales people with drive the rewards are great. i was a very successful sales representative food Gordon Food service and have shook the hand of Dan Gordon 3 times in 5 years winning top sales awards
District Sales Rep (Current Employee) – Guelph, ON – 19 February 2017
The company is fast paced and always looking for new innovative ideas for the food place. You have the ability to work in four different departments and there are opportunities always to move laterally.