Sysco
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Sysco Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Kevin Hourican
  • Founded
    1969
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Textile & Apparel Manufacturing
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Driver Helper

Tofino, BC

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Delivery Driver

Port Coquitlam, BC

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Order Picker

Kelowna, BC

$18.73 an hour
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Delivery Driver (Class 1)

Comox, BC

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Customer Service Representative

Edmonton, AB

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Facility Technician

Halifax, NS

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Human Resources Assistant – 3 Month Contract Internship

Mississauga, ON

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Sales Training Manager

Ottawa, ON

$54,840 - $70,000 a year
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Driver Check-in

Mississauga, ON

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Key Account Representative

Boucherville, QC

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Accounting Clerk

Vancouver, BC

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Director, Customer Retention

Port Coquitlam, BC

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Director, Sales Performance, Canada

Toronto, ON

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Owner Operator Truck Driver

Kelowna, BC

$60,000 - $80,000 a year
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Delivery Associate

Penticton, BC

$60,000 - $100,000 a year
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Delivery Driver Helper

Kelowna, BC

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Category Planner

Woodstock, ON

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8 days ago

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Analyst, Sales Performance

Moncton, NB

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7 days ago

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Analyst, National Sales

Toronto, ON

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Human Resources Generalist

Peterborough, ON

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Salaries

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Owner Operator Driver
$146,386 per year
Delivery Driver
$27.27 per hour
Route Driver
$24.73 per hour
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 4.4K reviews and is evolving.

3.7820173.2320183.0120193.1920203.332021

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Reviews

Marketing Associate in Ontario
on 6 May 2021
Poor leadership, unethical tasks
Salespersons job to A) increase margin B) win new business and C) be business partners most trusted partner.Arbitrary price increases to loyal customers - put the salesperson in a position to be dishonest. When customer leaves due to inconsistent pricing- it is the salespersons job to go re-secure that business- regardless of the margin. So, we see what price we can get away with, then put our tails between our legs and go revisit with better pricing when we get too greedy, Very cyclical and NOT trustworthy practices
Order Picker in Acheson, AB
on 13 May 2021
Best job I've ever had. Recommend to everyone.
Sysco is an amazing company to work for, and I recommend it to everyone.The work-life balance is perfect for full-timers as you only work 4 10 hour shifts, which leaves you with 3 days off per week. It is also great for part-timers as they will work around your schedule and are very flexible. There is a good amount of vacation days, sick days, and family days you can take your first few years, and the amount you get increases the longer you work there.The pay is very good for a warehouse position - possibly one of the best in the industry - and there is plenty of optional overtime each week.The management is great, and full of wonderful people with friendly personalities. They will take the time to get to know every employee by name and interests.Although everyone works independently, most people are friendly with eachother and are willing to help out. There is a lot of diversity here in terms of culture. However, there are very few female associates.The hardest part of the job is of course hitting the daily quotas. However, it is definitely very doable. You are given a long probation period before you are required to hit the quotas, so really it is not an issue.The most enjoyable part of the job for me is not having to deal with customers or micromanagers. It is very independent, which is great for introverts.
Forklift Operator/Order Picker in Halifax, NS
on 6 May 2021
Warehouse
Working in the warehouse was horrible it’s suppose to be unionized but people favour others and the team moral is horrible. Supervisors go out of their way to try and find ways so the can write you up. They only hire part time but say they have lots of hours available which is true but when you get close to getting full time hours they will make sure you only get your 20 hours a week so it’s Impossible to get the benefits of being a full time employee. They will preach that everything is done by seniority but in reality that is not the case behind the scene. I can’t really speak for any other Sysco location except for the one in Lakeside on duck Pond Road. I was an employee there for 2 years but quit because of the way they treat people. If this doesn’t help you go get the job and just ask people that work there night or day shift and they will tell you the same thing. Good luck!
Delivery Driver in Halifax, NS
on 6 May 2021
A joke of a company!
Chaos confusion and extreme disorganization from top all the way to the bottom. As a driver expect a 4 am to 6pm day bonuses taken away for no apparent reason, whoever designed the manner in which the warehouse loads the products onto skids needs to seriously get out of the office and get on a truck and tell me that its an efficient way to do things. Was there for 5 years and there should be a revolving door put in the front with amount of overturn, upper management changes so often. Sysco had ZERO regard for the guy/gals who deliver the product. If you are not one of the favourites than learn to deal with it or move on. Morning supervisor is a backstabbing two faced liar who tells your personal business to other people and will say bad things about you if you decide to call in sick.. very toxic workplace save yourself the headache and work elsewhere, only good thing about this place is the pay and thats it. I have heard many ideas brought up only to be told that ‘its just the way it is ‘ or shot down all together. Its an extremely terrible place morale wise to work was there for 5 years never seen a boss or anyone higher up than my supervisor who was a former driver. No clue who runs this place. MANY good drivers have came and gone due the simple way you load your products Smarten up sysco like come on!
Warehouse Associate in Peterborough, ON
on 6 May 2021
Good people to work with
Management needs to be changed to succeed further down the road. I think we have more potential to succeed if we get the right people in the management role.
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Everything but the most important, criminal record.

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My interview was basic. They just asked me about my experience with databases. They are a main employer of students from Eastern Academy.

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