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30+ days ago

Accountant I

Sysco Corp Cypress, TX

At Sysco we understand that building a great company is just like creating a great product - you must have all the right ingredients. For us, those… Sysco Corp


30+ days ago

Sr. Auditor

Sysco Corp Cypress, TX

The Sr. Auditor assures Sysco‚Äôs operating companies, divisions and corporate office are in compliance with established guidelines… Sysco Corp


30+ days ago

Accountant II

Sysco Corp Cypress, TX

At Sysco we understand that building a great company is just like creating a great product - you must have all the right ingredients. For us, those… Sysco Corp


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Sysco President & CEO Bill DeLaney
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  • Stay away from Costing/Pricing department - !!!!!You've been warned!!!!!

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    Former Employee - Costing Coordinator in Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Costing Coordinator in Houston, TX

    I worked at Sysco full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Pay, no holidays/weekends - - Sysco is a great company to work for except for this department. Most want to leave pricing/costing. All other departments love their position.

    Cons

    cost of insurance/management/training/consistency - Insurance is very expensive with high premiums, management will either micromanage or completely ignore you. This is a workhorse environment. "training" is telling you the name of the screens in the system and what they do. a learn-as-you-go environment with busywork overload. dont expect help from your coworkers. your manager/supervisor will always be too busy to educate you and most don't want to be bothered. Yet you will sign a paper on day one that says you understand your responsibility making it easy for them to write you up within your first year making it impossible for you to be promoted. If you want to work for sysco do it through another department

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    take classes on communication and professionalism

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