Managers play favorites and makes others work harder then others. some people are cool to work with but others were slackers and never got in trouble for there lack of work because they were friends of the supervisor
I worked for KeHE Distributions for a year and three month and can honestly say that it has been the best work experience that I have ever had. Unfortunately, I was recently notified that I am going to be laid off due to the lost of some major accounts. I would like to have continued working for then, but these things happen sometimes.
Chaser (Current Employee) – Flowermound texas – 3 September 2017
A nice company to work for a lot of overtime is offered you have the ability to move around a different areas they had different women that you can ovulate have a nice 401K package the pay is very competitive lot of friendly people to work..
Anonymous (Current Employee) – Breinigsville, PA – 17 August 2017
KeHe is a great place to work but the management team does not work together. They expect you to work long hours under unbelievable stress and then blame you when things don't go well. Not really a place I would reccomend to work.
Warehouse people are clueless when it comes to loading trailers. Trucks and trailers in good condition they argue with you when you say no can't do it.4 or 5 months ago a driver crashes and died because he didn't tell them no.Over all you can make some good money but you got to be there, And you gotta sleep when you go home.
Great job, but no job security in specialty grocery
Retail Sales Consultant (Current Employee) – East Coast – 3 August 2017
Since KeHE doesn't make anything, employees are at the mercy of a back and forth bidding war for accounts. A contract expires, or a company opts out of their contract with KeHE, and many jobs are eliminated due to the loss of business. The job itself is rewarding, but it's just not feasible for someone to have a meaningful, lasting career in a business that is so volatile.
Great culture, and constantly changing product line
KeHe is a great company to work for the only downfall is that it is extremely hot. The environment is very friendly and the company is multi cultural which is great. Management continues to train you on the policy and procedures and allows you to train in other departments.
The hardest part of the job is working in the Cut Case department. We do everything by hand, cut cases into 6packs, 12packs. The machine shrink wraps and the the items are placed on a pallet.
Sales Professional (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – 6 July 2017
Working on your own with regular contact and info from management. I enjoyed working with some outstanding sales people at Kehe. Quite a bit of travel in the state as well as several trade shows per year. Downside is dealing with some customers that are very rude or think of you as nothing more than free labor. Also so concerns about job security as account come and go from time to time.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Boise, ID – 15 June 2017
I enjoyed working for Kehe. I was a merchandiser and loved working with the grocery managers in the stores on my route. Most of the time I was on my own and responsible for my orders and products independently.