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Sysco Cypress, TX Reviews

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    Former Employee - Senior Human Resources Analyst in Cypress, TX
    Former Employee - Senior Human Resources Analyst in Cypress, TX

    I worked at Sysco full-time

    Pros

    Compassionate Employee's. Good benefits. Good work environment.

    Cons

    Training needs improvement as well as guidance for change management in respect to integration to new systems.

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Sysco Cypress, TX Salaries

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6 salaries
$54,739 per year
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$60,641 per year
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4 salaries
$72,355 per year
$69k
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$72,355 per year
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Sysco Cypress, TX Interviews

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    Business Process Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Cypress, TX
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Sysco (Cypress, TX) in May 2018.

    Interview

    I went through 7 interviews altogether: 1 recruiter phone screen, 1 hiring manager phone interview, 1 team manager phone interview; 4 on-site interviews. Hiring Manager and Team Manager were 10 minutes late on phone interviews. Same questions were asked repetitively by multiple interviewers. All phone and on-site interviews were receptively well. I was even invited to lunch with members of the team. After I returned home from my on-site interviews, I discovered I was misinformed the wrong time over the phone for on-site interviews. Thinking I was 15 minutes early, I ended up being 15 minutes late. Because the damage had already been done, I went ahead and sent Thank You email messages to my interviewers without mentioning the time confusion. One week after my on-site interviews, I received a decline email notification. When I responded by asking for feedback regarding the reason for the decline, I was given a reason that I was late for the on-site interviews and I didn't know who I was meeting with. I mentioned the issue about the miscommunication and also said that I provided the front desk with the specific name of the individual with whom I was scheduled to meet and the time of my appointment. That specific individual was at the front desk when I arrived and overheard that conversation. I realized that the company representative was making false excuses to cover up the real reason why I wasn't selected. It was rather hypocritical for them to decline me for being late when the hiring manager and team manager were both late for the phone interviews.

    Interview Questions

    • How did you handle changes in the direction of a project? How did you respond to stakeholders who didn't agree with the general consensus of the project?   Answer Question
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