Delivery Truck Driver (Former Employee) – Coquitlam, BC – 10 February 2018
Good job with high pay, benefits, etc but physically demanding, they put new drivers on a different route each day where driver needs to know where to park semi, what door to enter, where to put order... 26,000 lbs of food delivered by hand, with truck driving between each stop is hard work
This place sucks the big one. They treat you like a machine because that’s what they want. They may pay well but good luck having a healthy body after working there. I’m telling all of you, if you can work elsewhere than do so, it’s not worth the pay.
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 6 February 2018
worst company ever treats drivers like garbage pretends to be nice first but then keeps ripping u off on pay days .... they are always charging u 100$ for temprature gauge even when they are returned when they only sell them for 30$ most of us drivers here are looking for something else stay away from this place
I stared at 7:00 am, picking up the money from the warehouse to reconcile vs documents and make the deposit to be send to the bank.
Administrative assistant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 10 January 2018
I stared at 7:00 am, picking up the money from the warehouse to reconcile vs documents and make the deposit to be send to the bank. Issued, timely and accurate invoices for damaged products, delayed deliveries, admin fees, etc. Ensured all credit notes, vendor rebate cheques, and intercompany payments are applied to the correct vendor rebates/programs The hardest part answer all customer & vendor queries by email in 24 hrs. I learned dealing with urgent matters and sensitive information, critical thinking skills; highly accurate and detailed Ability to prioritize and follow procedures. The enjoyable part of the job was increase customer satisfaction and help other areas.
Driver (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 15 December 2017
I have been working there going on 6 years now and it’s a great place to work with great people..the pay is great and I’m home every night and work 4 days a week unless wanting overtime..it’s physically demanding but love the job
Marketing Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Kelowna, BC – 7 December 2017
Food sales job. Worked to maintain and grow a territory with at least $1,000,000 annually - Training was ongoing; however, could be improved on a one to one basis. Great organization. Lots of individual time. Milage was greater than 600km's/wk
Selector (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 4 December 2017
Sysco was a great place to work as a young individual such as myself. I immediately fit in with my colleagues as we were all young men able to have a good laugh yet all take our job seriously. If you don't mind working nights and doing a fairly repetitive job for good pay with an incentive bonus than this is the job for you.
Order Selector/Driver Check In Clerk (Former Employee) – Halifax, NS – 28 November 2017
Sysco was a great experience for myself, starting off as an order selector then moving my way up to another internal position. The pay was always fair, benefits were extremely great, and the people working with you (whether it was on the floor, or in the office), were awesome! Never had any issues with management what so ever. The night shift can be different adjusting to, but honestly the hours are pretty good creating a great work life balance. I spent a total of four years at Sysco Halifax, definitely a good place to work!
Professional Athlete (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 14 November 2017
my supervisor was a good guy, helped me out with a lot.. my co-workers were goi men. worked hard and always made sure to give me an extra little push. i liked the early mornings, kept me busy during the day.
Executive Assistant to the President (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 9 November 2017
7-1/2 - 8 hours; varied tasks multi-task; respect for deadlines good and fair management diligent and hard-working personnel, culturally diverse dealing with interruptions working as a team with co-workers and management
Territory / Key Accounts Manager (Current Employee) – Alberta – 5 November 2017
Sysco is the largest Food Distributor in North America. At the heart of our customer relationships is our ability to listen to our customers’ needs and respond with tools that help them succeed. Building and maintaining effective relations with local representatives of key customer groups through regular communication.
Delivery Driver and Line Hauler (Current Employee) – Halifax, NS – 26 October 2017
At Sysco, you will never be looking for work. Management does not work to keep staff, and a high turnover means the drivers we have are overburdened. The equipment is barely maintained, the warehouse staff are overworked and underpaid, which makes your truck a mess when loaded. Your hours are long, overtime every single day. Very odd hours, you will get up before your spouse, and be home tired and in bed before suppertime. Not a family job.
High pay, lots of overtime, home daily
Long hours, intense labour, muscle injuries likely.