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10 days ago

Supervisor, Transportation

US Foods Memphis, TN

\. Anticipates, analyzes and troubleshoots problems with deliveries and devises cost\-effective and legal solutions; and acts to implement same… ClickCast


7 days ago

Supervisor, Night Warehouse

US Foods Memphis, TN

\-** Responsible for associate development through training on policy & procedures\. Creates a cohesive organization by keeping lines of… ClickCast


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US Foods President, CEO, and Director John A. Lederer
John A. Lederer
178 Ratings
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    Current Employee - Selector in Memphis, TN
    Current Employee - Selector in Memphis, TN
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I have been working at US Foods full-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    •Potential to make good money (performance-based scale) •Decent health benefits •Doesn't require college degree

    Cons

    •Nights •Strenuous work •Never know how much overtime you'll have to work •Chances for advancement in company are limited due to the decrease in pay for being promoted •New CEO implementing restructuring of divisions to lay off hundreds of employees •Top-level management is only interested in profits, don't care about employees' quality of life or work environment as long as they can skirt legal issues

    Advice to Management

    If you actually cared about the people who break their backs night after night to deliver your products to your customers and keep you in business, rather than only focusing on reports and pinching pennies and trying to measure every metric until you suck all the life, motivation and pride out of your workers, you might see better results and productivity. As it is, the company breeds a culture which creates an attitude of working only for a paycheck. If you want a better company, build your team from the bottom up rather than micro-managing them from the top down. Get out on the warehouse floor and experience for yourself what you're asking someone at the bottom of the chain to do for you.


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