On average, employees at US Foods give their company a 3.8 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest US Foods employees are Territory Managers submitting an average rating of 4.4.
"I've been here 4 months and I am already looking for a new job. My manager is HORRIBLE. Totally unreasonable and irrational about the job assignments. No one who has been with a company for a few months can know you are expected to just magically wave a magic wand and come up with. You get treated like dirt, belittled, and feel totally under valued. I can't wait to get out of here."
"US Foods is a nice place to work. During the COVID-19 lock down they swiftly adapted to having corporate employees work remotely. For three months some of my colleagues were put on furlough with health benefits and access to training. The sales organization has modern online technology. The supply chain organization has decrepit technology that is unable to provide end users with immediate information. Supply Chain uses multiple computer applications that are no longer supported by the vendor. Replenishment constantly swings from bad service level to too much excess inventory."
"I worked for US Foods as a contractor for 6 months and it was the best experience. Everyone from the VP level to Managers were encouraging and made me feel at home. Even as contractors we were treated with the upmost respect. I believe if Covid-19 had not occurred I was still be working at US Foods."
"i work for us foods in Omaha NE ,.and first was good then new manager take control his name john wiztle he never stop calling the driver everyday 5 times a days to see where they are or what store they do at that moment ..if u dont answer ur phone he call the customer to see what time u get to the store ..we work hard and dont need no babysitter to checking u all the time plus the trucks have camaras and gps so whats the point to call u and bother u all day everyday"
"I worked for US Foods for 2.5 years. I found it to be a very well run, publicly traded company."
"Us Foods is a great company. they have always put the customer's needs in the same category as the employee's needs. They provide an excellent mix of products. and services to the foodservice and hospitality industry. Leaders in new and innovative digital applications they have provided real solutions to the challenge of saving time on a daily basis. I would always recommend Us Foods to anyone for a company to work for."
"I have worked with the FDA since 2001. I have had special opportunities to work in many different areas of the Agency's functions, including public policy, research, and compliance. It has especially rewarding to be able to work at the forefront of various research projects that will develop the science to inform the regulatory actions and decisions of the Agency."
"I've worked for USF since they purchased FSA in Sept of 2019. It's very early for me to provide an honest and educated review. However, since the purchase, I can say that it seems to be a much better atmosphere than it was at FSA before the purchase. They seem to put in the time and effort into the training."
"Really good over view and that makes me feel good."
"good company but poor management."
"This is the typical job search site that you will find helpful."
"Best place to work and develop"
"Great company with outstanding people."
"I've worked at US Foods since 2016. It's a great company to work.The company believe in their employees and help them to be successful.Great benefits/opportunities and believe strongly in their cultural beliefs"
"Run! Horrible management, huge turnover with buyers. This position is not like other purchasing jobs. Someone else confirms pricing and handles logistics, but it's poorly managed. People get promoted to fill a quota who have no experience or because they're a friend of management. The training was a complete joke. The first month on the job was trial-by-fire due to poor training. There's a non-existent culture and they claim cliche phrases like "talk the talk"--but no one will admit they only make money off logistics and not the product they sell. This means trucks they use trucks that cost less but are extremely unreliable, and there are product shortages. This leads to customers running to Sysco or other competitors and it's a vicious cycle. All problems are blamed on the buyer, and buyer managers are the worst I have seen at any job I have held going all the way back to being a teenager. Run; the place is a disorganized mess and you will regret working here."
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