Sysco
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Sysco Employee Review

They are regionalizing and consider employees to be an expense rather than an asset. Long-term employees are dropping like flies

2.0
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21 August 2020
The company is goal is to get you to be super-efficient in your role and then they teacher process to another person and let you go. This is the company vision to regionalizeworking in the warehouse under the union is a good opportunity but working in the office with no support is challenging
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4.0Work/Life Balance
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1.0Job security/advancement
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1.0Culture
Pros
Free food, good benefits
Cons
Long hours, demanding work load, unrealistic expectations, lack of support from management, no in-house training
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  1. They are regionalizing and consider employees to be an expense rather than an asset. Long-term employees are dropping like flies