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Foodservice Distributor Account Manager

Acosta Sales & Marketing Birmingham, AL

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

3 days ago

Mandate Retail Service Merchandiser - Part-Time

Acosta Sales & Marketing Birmingham, AL

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

7 hrs ago

Administrative Assistant II (C-Store) – new

Acosta Sales & Marketing Pelham, AL

• Maintains managers' calendars by utilizing electronic scheduling tools and monitoring, coordinating, and reevaluating as necessary. • Schedules… 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.

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    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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