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SYGMA Network, Inc. Orlando, FL

. Maintain the warehouse in a safe and sanitary manner. • PRIMARY DUTIES • Unload all inbound products from common carriers or backhauls. Use… SYGMA Network, Inc.

30+ days ago


SYGMA Network, Inc. Orlando, FL

Safely and efficiently transports product from the warehouse to various customers and properly unloads the product according to customer invoices… SYGMA Network, Inc.

30+ days ago

Transportation Supervisor S2

SYGMA Network, Inc. Orlando, FL

Provides support to the Operations Manager in the day-to-day operations of the transportation department. PRIMARY DUTIES • Direct and coordinate… SYGMA Network, Inc.

30+ days ago

Truck Washer/Fueler

SYGMA Network, Inc. Orlando, FL

Job Description Washes and fuels trucks Apply Now Refer This… SYGMA Network, Inc.

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Alan W. Kelso
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  • Pays the Bills but a lot of unneccessary stress.

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    Former Employee - Warehouse Associate in Orlando, FL
    Former Employee - Warehouse Associate in Orlando, FL

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    It pays decent. Normal distribution warehouse enviroment but I have experienced better. Benefits are great. Always get the latest equipment.


    Physical labor that will eventually wear your body down over the years. If you have experience, you will be fine. If you don't, the training won't be enough. The bonus structure is pointless. Everyone has a "look out for my own back" mentallity (including management). A few BIG problems that are caused by a bunch of little problems, that for some reason they won't fix. Each supervisor and manager has a different standard on how to work things. They need to be on the same page so everything in the workplace is done consistently. It use to be strict, but they let a lot of stuff slide.

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    If you want the job to be done right and consistently, start fix all the small things that will eventually snowball into a bigger issue down the line. Go to a Sysco warehouse and learn how the company that owns you does things, because everything in there is pretty much done perfectly (or close to).

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