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American Food & Vending Overview

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Syracuse, NY
501 to 1000 employees
1990
Company - Private
Catering & Food Service Contractors
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
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American Food & Vending Reviews

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    Current Employee - Sales & Marketing in Syracuse, NY
    Current Employee - Sales & Marketing in Syracuse, NY

    I have been working at American Food & Vending full-time (More than a year)

    Pros

    Have the ability to solve problems and grow with the company.
    Not just a number

    Cons

    Most processes are built off of assumptions.

    Advice to Management

    Be more aware of what the processes are. To much assumption.

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American Food & Vending Interviews

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    Associate General Counsel Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Syracuse, NY
    Declined Offer
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at American Food & Vending (Syracuse, NY) in June 2013.

    Interview

    Was called almost immediately for an interview, and scheduled it within a week. First interview was very informal and thus I thought I totally bombed it. The interviewer did not care AT ALL about my current job, nor anything else about my skills. I was asked a few uncomfortable personal questions which, while I think they were harmless in intent, still did not sit well with me. I was told it would take 2 weeks for them to finish the first round of interviews and they would call me back. I got a call about a week later to come back for a lunch meeting... with the same guy. Odd - usually you get to meet other people in the company the second time around. Well, they did spring another lunch guest on me at the last minute, which of course was no problem. The whole second interview was a formality because they offered me the job right on the spot. The whole process was unlike any other that I've experience for law jobs.

    Interview Questions

    • Honestly, there were none. The focused alot on practical things like hours, pay, and commute.   Answer Question

    Reasons for Declining

    I declined because the pay and benefits did not match up with the job, in my opinion. Granted, at the time I was not unemployed or otherwise desperate for a job. I have a job that I tolerate and that has better benefits and pay that I can stand for the amount of work I do and stress I have to tolerate. I also did not feel that the higher ups felt that the position was very important, even though it entails handling ALL of the company's legal matters. Lots of stress for little reward - and you don't even get your own office. I also just felt like the place was shady in general and thought little of employees - lots of talking down about food service workers and truck drivers.

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