- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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Excellent coworkers and management. You're not micromanaged and are treated like an adult. I would recommend working for them to others. The training was well done and managed as well.
Pay could be a little better but still above industry standard. Sometimes not enough direction but nothing major. There can be massive travel involved with certain positions.
Advice to Management
I don't have much for management to consider. I feel most employees generally have a positive attitude of the company and it's future. Hopefully staying ahead of the curve and picking up new trends in the food retail business continues.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
A person called and left a msg. They didn't say which company they calling from, but I knew based on the phone # on my caller ID & the job title she stated for the position. They stated they really liked my resume and wanted to do a phone interview & possibly have me come in for a face to face. Then they give me a cell phone # to call back. I found it odd they didn't give me the company's # or an extension for their office. I called the cell # 3 times & left msgs., even texted. They never called or replied. I called the company, couldn't get a person on the phone, just kept going around & around in the automated system. I finally managed to leave a msg. w/HR vm asking if someone could call back to verify this person did call me for an interview or if I'm even a candidate for the position, no response. Having read other reviews on this site and based on my experience w/o even walking through their doors, I'm glad it didn't pan out. This company doesn't sound like a place I'd want to work for.
- No question, couldn't even speak to a person. Answer Question
Distribution is second nature for United Natural Foods, Inc. (UNFI). The company is one of the top wholesale distributors of natural, organic, and specialty foods in the US and Canada. It owns about 25 distribution centers that supply 60,000-plus items to 23,000 customers, including independently owned retailers, supernatural chain Whole Foods, and traditional supermarkets. The company offers groceries, supplements, produce, frozen foods, and ethnic and kosher food products. UNFI also operates a dozen natural-products retail stores under the name NRG (mostly in Florida...