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Good place to work, decent salary, optional over time, paid lunch, management is pretty understandable and chill. Job is pretty hectic, had to hit a “percentage” per day and pick up to 1500 cases per day. Isle were pretty busy after 4pm so lots of waiting to get orders done and orders can be behind
Free lunch, night shift premium, paid lunch, good pay
Working in freezer, hard to hit daily percentage
I worked for sysco 17 years Starting in the warehouse as an order selector then moved on to driving a tractor trailer unit doing local deliveries. Top notch outfit from management to all levels. Great pay benefits, and hours of work 4 on 3 off. If anything needed repaired it was taken care of. Penske took care of the fleet new equipment all the time
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.
I don't even know where to begin. They're liars that do kot care about you as a person. I wouldn't ever consider working for this company. Constant stress and unqualified managers breathing down your neck. Lots of travel and zero expense coverage. Avoid this company.
If you are married with kids then do not apply. Sysco places money over family. You are working 7 days a week. Bringing your work to the cottage on the weekend is the norm. When you work hard to build an account and a great relationship with your customers. Sysco will take your account and turn them over to inside sales and you lose that profit. If you want to stay healthy then stay away. Your health will decline. Too many of my former associates are sick and miserable now. If
No care for their employees and the places they send you has some of the worst people I have ever met in my life. Management is nonexistent, you are basically on your own and there is now training on Company specific applications.
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Nonsense wrk deliberately aimed for you to fail!.......All of your deliveries are all mixed together on one pallet you have to dig just to find your stuff break your body for nothing
Everything! POOR MANAGEMENT! No support company does not care about you
Silo driven culture with many competing requirements and senior management from each department will look internally and not focus on the big picture and what is best for the company in general
Only good part was the pay was decent but that's just because of the high turnover rate. Managers are horrible. I've never had such bad leaders in my life. I would get thrown from nights to days in an effort to fix other staff issues. Half the people dont speak English at all so theres no room for communication and everyone constantly is all for themselves and never helps anyone no matter how horrible things get. Their drivers dont even know procedures. Dont even get me started on rules and policies are not good either. If you want to be video taped constantly and have people chew you out and not be able to defend yourself this is the place for you !!!
First off, the co workers (Drivers) are awesome! Best group of guys to work with! Wish I could say the same about the management. Your day typically starts anywhere from 5-6 am to 4-5pm. Tannis used to be a great place to work and you could control the pace of your run because your trucks skids were loaded in order. Now you are scanning every box with a scanner and the new system has the stops buried in the 6 foot high skids so you are down piling all day and behind on your run trying to look for mislabeled boxes or boxes that are buried at the very bottom of the skid. If you enjoy deadlifting/intense lifting (un needed stress) then this is the job for you!
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