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Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on May 11th, 2021
"It is a great time to be part of the Sysco organization! Sysco, like many companies, is on a journey toward being a more diverse and inclusive workplace. The best part of Sysco's is that it is not just words, but more importantly you can see the ACTION taking place. The CEO and executive leadership team is setting a great example and still expects everyone to be part of the change. I've been fortunate to have had multiple strong women leaders in my time with Sysco that each really saw something in me and led to 5 different positions in less than 8 years. #Blessed #Proud #Sysco"
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on Apr 21st, 2021
"I've had a great work experience at the company. I feel like you can find other women as mentor's, there are resource groups and I have had the pleasure of working with several bosses who support and sponsor my career."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on Apr 15th, 2021
"What I enjoy most about working at Sysco is the people. There is the ability to move within the company as your skills develop. They are promoting more women into leadership positions."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on Mar 31st, 2021
"I've been able to work at a face pace with determination and persistence for the last 4 years but I don't feel like I'm thriving or moving up. I like what I am learning along the way and I am getting critical exposure to new technologies at an enterprise level. I get paid very well to make sure high quality work is done well and provides business value . The downside is that there isn't clear training or support. The work life balance is very little and they often pressure people to not take vacations but do not mind if employees work odd or over time hours. It often is even expected to work during vacations and not be compensated for the extra hours worked. There is very little open discussion and get use to being talked over or "tested" constantly during technical meetings unless you hold a Master's degree or a senior post most teams often over look female contributions or tenured work experiences. I don't rock the boat so I know how to fit in and keep working . Again , I get paid very well to make sure high quality work is done well. This work environment is not for everyone takes a stiff upper lip at times. There is hope though, if Sysco increases employee diversity and experiences I think they would open up. The Sysco work culture would become more open to hear more voices and a lot more innovation would happen. This would make Sysco a happier place to work."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on Nov 29th, 2020
"The work/life balance is reasonable and pay is acceptable. They are working to make the workforce more diverse."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on Nov 12th, 2020
"very, nice, fair and good employer. I liked working at Sysco. "
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on Aug 18th, 2020
"Some days feel like an uphill battle but it's worth the fight. Change won't come unless we continue to demand it. "
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on May 5th, 2020
"Extremely stressful, but there are opportunities if you want to try for them."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on May 28th, 2019
"Sysco is a company who is actively working towards a more diverse and gender equal culture. "
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco, United States on May 21st, 2019
"Working at Sysco is like working at a corporation from the late 90's. People are very old-school, not just in terms of work-life balance, but even as they approach working innovatively. Most processes are stale and there are layoffs often. Overall, it's a safe environment to work in but there are definitely lots of good old boys clubs. "
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Apr 3rd, 2019
"Sysco Foods Central PA review Never think you have to put up with sexual harassment to keep your job"
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Feb 6th, 2019
"I really enjoy it. I like that I have a work life balance and growth opportunity."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Jan 10th, 2019
"Men are 85 of the workforce. While women can do great, the overall culture from Senior Management isn't great."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Dec 9th, 2018
"I can only speak for the Corporate Marketing side, but there are many women in leadership positions, and meetings always feel balanced with men and women at the table. "
"Great place to work, lots of opportunity for growth and hard work doesn't go in-noticed. "
"SBS is a great place to work. Everyone has great opportunities based on contribution and it is a very supportive work environment. "
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Oct 11th, 2018
"Very diverse work force. Women hold high positions and are well- represented. "
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Aug 22nd, 2018
"We are continuing to strive to make Sysco a sought after organization for females in the workforce. We have improved our maternity/paternity benefits and are continuing to evaluate ways to make us desirable to females."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Aug 16th, 2018
"Pretty new management, trying to make big changes & they’re open to ideas."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Jul 16th, 2018
"The company is truly an industry leader and there is a lot of exciting work to do in many different fields. It may not be the place for everyone, but if you are looking for challenging work, great colleagues, and a wide range of career paths, Sysco is the rare place you would find them all."
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on Jul 11th, 2018
"Great career opportunities and career advancement at Sysco. Check us out! "
Anonymous shared this review of Sysco on May 18th, 2018
"Opportunity for development and growth, and a focus on social responsibility."