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They just need to let go of the people who do basically nothing at all, and treat the people who do just about everything including other workers jobs with a little more respect instead of judging respect by how old the person is or how long they've been working there.
friendly atmosphere, good wages, possibility of advancement, proper management
youre gonna be doing other peoples work for them, just remember which department you are in, because they and your supervisors should be the only ones you take orders from
Réussi, sa bien été. J'étais engager. 2 semaines de training c'est pas assez. Faut en faire plus. Tu est bien payer, mais tu devras travailler pour. On commence en bas et sa prend 4 ans avant d'avoir un bon salaire.Se lever a 2am, commencer a 4:30 am, faire l'inspection. Le camion est plein ta juste a le prendre. La routine après. Du travail et seulement sa.
Pas de pause
I very much enjoyed working here. The union is very fair, but some people took advantage of that. You'll find that everywhere, however. The pay is very attractive, but you have to work for it, and if you're able to meet their ELS standards, you can make a lot of money.Moving into the office, you're no longer in the union, but your wage is more than adequate, and your benefits are the same. The RRSP and retirement packages are incredible.Management can be a little bit of an old boy's club, but if you can look past that, it's well worth it.
Free test kitchen lunches once a month, great pay, excellent benefits, good people to work with
Long hours, very tough physical work, lack of advancement
My experience at Sysco was very positive I learned a lot about how to operate a tractor trailer and that brought me further in my career as a truck driver.
Pays well good benefits
Stressful fast pace
Promesses faites à l'entrevue et non tenues. Désintéressement de la part des Directeurs. Aucun suivi de satisfaction de la part des supérieurs. Aucun respect pour l'employé, nous sommes des numéros.
Salary and benefits is top in the industry. Work life balance is poor and is a generally a non collaborative environment. Leadership is closed minded and communication from the top down is minimal.
Long hours, weekends, holidays
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Don't quit your previous job,when you got job offer from sysco,they would not let you work. They will send you to training for a week with an abused person.he will regret you to work in this company. Very hard physically job,lack of knowledge and experience management.
J'ai bien aimée mon séjour chez Sysco. J'étais un employé modèle je n'ai jamais eu de difficulté avec la moyenne demander (115) pick a l'heure pour monter les commandes moi personnellement je roulais a 130 et même 150 pick a l'heure avec un taux d'erreur très apprécié par les contremaîtres mais moins du syndicat qui trouvais que j'allais trop vite. J'ai eu la formation pour me servir d un transpalette et pour chauffer un chariots élévateurs (Raymond) et j'ai bien aimé être au chargement des camions encore la il nous demandais de donner un rendements de 8 palette a l'heure et j'en donnais 10 a 12 \heures. Pour l'aspect le plus difficile que j'ai trouver c étais de travaille avec un syndicat vue que je donnais plus que les autre j'ai eu des commentaires pour me faire ralentir. mais en général j'ai vraiment apprécié les 12 année passée pour Sysco. Les dates d'embauche ne serons peut-être pas précises j'y suis aller d'après mes souvenirs
Work at Sysco offered me so many challenges as production was a new area for me. Working in a unionized environment also added to this challenge. Management was very supportive and provided me with the necessary tools to help me learn quickly and adapt to the work culture.
Physically challenging position in order selecting However the opportunity for career advancement is achievable through hard work and dedication. Management is understanding and always willing to help Every proactive company
Sysco was one of the worst places I’ve ever worked. The training is absolute garbage. The trainer talked more about himself than how to do the job.They train you how to run a power jack, which pallets to put your product on, but not how to stack your pallets which is the most important part of the job. The time quotas are nearly impossible for new employees to meet. I was fired at 4 months even though I asked numerous times for extra help because I was having a hard time and was told not to worry about my job and then got fired the same day. stay away the money isn’t worth it you have to work every stat holiday and work afternoons so if you have a family it’s very hard . new new employee meet