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14 days ago

Foodservice Distributor Account Manager

Acosta Birmingham, AL

• Works to build upon the distribution relationships in place and foster new partnerships in order to continue to grow the business…

14 days ago

Foodservice Field Account Manager III

Acosta Birmingham, AL

• Working closely with the Account Executive and Division Manager to discuss openly the following items: new item launches; existing line…

11 days ago

Business Manager

Acosta Pelham, AL

• Deliver principals' volume, share and sales fundamental goals (merchandising, assortment, pricing, and shelving) at the lowest possible cost…

30+ days ago

Retail Sales Representative

Acosta Sales & Marketing Pelham, AL

• As established by management, deliver sales results against quotas across all Clients in assigned territories. • Meets client expectations… Snagajob

14 days ago

Mandate Retail Service Merchandiser - Part-Time

Acosta Sales & Marketing Alabaster, AL

• Read and follow a plan-o-gram to effectively complete reset and remodel work. Have a working knowledge of merchandising and retail terminology… Snagajob

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    Not a recommended company

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    Current Employee - Field Merchandiser in Birmingham, AL
    Current Employee - Field Merchandiser in Birmingham, AL

    I have been working at Acosta part-time (less than an year)


    When you do have out of town trips, they set you up in decent hotels with a great food allowance. Reimbursement is also enough to cover your travel with paid salary drive time.


    You are not guaranteed any hours a week and OFTEN GO WITHOUT WORK for a few weeks. Most of the management is very incompetent, there is 0 communication in the company. This job is very unstable and I have gone 2 months without 1 assignment.

    The training is very "what you make it." They set me up with someone the first day to show me what to do, but after that I was on my own. They didn't even know who I was meeting with every assignment after that, every store does everything differently, and I had to constantly bother and stick to someone to understand my job. Their training is just a bunch of company history films. That's it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Find some way to give everyone at least 5 hours a week, train your managers better, make sure there is someone designated to teach a new person for a few weeks.

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