Sysco Jobs in Louisville, KY

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2 days ago

Contract Compliance Coordinator – new

Sysco Corp Louisville, KY

• Set up and maintain customer price rules, and pricing profiles for all account types… Sysco Corp

7 days ago

Delivery Driver

Sysco Corp Louisville, KY

This is a delivery position responsible for driving a tractor trailer for the purpose of delivering and unloading various products for Sysco… Sysco Corp

24 days ago

Category Specialist

Sysco Corp Louisville, KY

An individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential duty listed below. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge… Sysco Corp

30+ days ago

Diesel Mechanic / Thermo King Tech

Sysco Corp Louisville, KY

The Fleet Technician position is responsible for performing mechanical repairs and preventative maintenance on company fleet vehicles. • Performs… Sysco Corp

30+ days ago

Driver Helper

Sysco Corp Louisville, KY

Driver’s Helper will be responsible to deliver orders to customers in a timely manner and good condition while maintaining a professional demeanor… Sysco Corp

7 days ago

Selector, Outbound (Night)

Sysco Corp Louisville, KY

This position requires working 5:30 pm until end-of-shift until all product is accurately selected and loaded… Sysco Corp

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    While the list of cons could go on and on, there are exactly three pros to working for Sysco: Benefits, stock options and a fully funded pension.


    Unethical and uneducated / inexperienced management, poor compensation for expenses, micromanagement, no advancement opportunities, low percentage of sales dollars translate to pay, high company profit margins, poor training.

    Advice to Management

    Please stop treating those that break the rules as though they are the gods of this industry. It sends a highly negative message. Also, quit sucking up all the money for yourselves while those that work the hardest are compensated in the least fair manner. Stop encouraging unethical behavior among salespeople, and stop rewarding underhanded, unethical behavior.

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