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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
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
If you are wanting to drive but also get of your but and work as well it is a crazy fast paced delivery driver job.
If your a az driver that's tired of sitting all day or night and like to work this job is fast paced and good hours. U will have stressful days but at least u get a little excersize.
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The culture at Sysco needs some work. Unfortunately, focus is on the bottom line rather than the business culture. Morale and productivity challenges are evident because of this across the organization. Happy employees equal productive employees.
Discount on food
Low employee morale
Chez sysco il y a toujours du travail et des heures supplémentaire a la tonne et a temps et demi donc tres agréable de ce coté. Mais travaille physique tres difficile et intense beaucoup de manutention pour les livraisons dans un reefer a -40 pas faite pour tout le monde.
assurance, fond pension, syndiquer
travail tres intense
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
Hardest part of the job was the excessive overtime each month end I learned many new systems I have never seen before Sysco. Most enjoyable was the great people I worked with. Many levels of Management.
Heavy lifting and slowly injury your back Bringing loads in a wheeler weigh about 300lbs ,hand bumming stuff, going upstairs and downstairs with a loaded wheeler, old and not maintained trucks that consistently break down but they will blame it on the driver. Management always rushes you to finish the job very quickly, you wouldn't even get any breaks from 7-3 shift. You will get written up for overtime.