US Foods is committed to compensation and benefits that respect and reward you for your dedication and hard work. Our comprehensive benefits package reflects our wholehearted commitment to employees and their families. We provide flexibility and options to fit every stage of your career.
As an intern you do not receive a bonus or benefits package here. However, I'm under the impression the package(s) offered here are competitive.
Wide variety of benefits offered
Company offers range of insurance options for employees to enable a reasonable amount of price choice. Still expensive, but that's unavoidable. Should offer more PTO, takes several years to qualify for 3rd week of paid vacation- not competitive. Should offer paid parental leave.
I am very lucky to have worked for Kraft since 1982 then Alliant which was great. I have about 300 k today to pull out and reinvest. I just retired and put nothing into this 300k. Unfortunate that is sucks because when they bought Alliant this Great long term tradition of retaining long term knowledgeable employees ended. If your in foodservice today and want benefits find a job in government. Foodservice public sector now sucks. They even raised “sales” costs “inflated to extremes” you have to sell about 10 million a year to make what I made selling 2 million when I started in 1982. Go figure. Large public usfoods is all about them. The company is and will be the only winner in the long run.
They offer company stock options. Great plus.
Stock Options, great health coverage and 401k. Can't say enough about how good the options are.
Overall good benefits, the amount you pay for health insurance varies depending on the amount you make
My favorite thing about us foods benefits is the gym discount
US Foods now offers pet insurance but now there's a working spouse charge if your spouse works and is on your insurance.
Hard to figure out the package
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