Sysco Ireland
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About the company

  • CEO
    Our CEO: Peter Jackson
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    €86m to €428m (EUR)
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
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Shift manager in Dublin, County Dublin
on 5 August 2021
Good place
Good place to work i just need change i feel I can give more good hours nice people well paid good hours some thuff times great team work always hitting targets
Butcher in Dublin, County Dublin
on 16 November 2021
Great place to work
Great place to work, never boring. Very busy environment, there is always something to be done. Everyone was nice and friendly. Free lunches time by time, Christmas bonuses and other stuff to boost staff's moralle.
Multi Drop Delivery Driver in Cork, County Cork
on 13 October 2021
Good place to work & great pay
I am working for Sysco in Cork for a couple of years & still there, very good company to work for hard work but very rewarding. The pay is weekly & is never ever late so you will have no stress about your wages. The job is made easier by the great bunch of lads you work around theres always someone there to help you out if you have any problems or questions. The depo in which I work in Cork is very team focused which is all brought together by the hugh effort put in by the management!! The work is very hands on & you have to handball 90% of the items that are on your truck I dnt mind this as this keeps me fit. Overall very good place to work & as long as you are willing to work you will have a bright future in this company.
Driver in Cork, County Cork
on 12 October 2021
Good company good atmosphere
I have been working for sysco for 11/12 years as a truck driver in cork, I find them first class to work for ,I've seen some of the reviews which I'm surprised at to say the least ,firstly the management couldn't be more helpful always looking to help out the drivers as best they can, to say they dont care is rubbish believe me ,the atmosphere in the warehouse is good as the drivers are sound ,yes the work can be hard sometimes especially at the start as there is alot to take in dealing with so many products but like any job you get better at it as you go on ,the trucks are always very well maintained I only recently had a problem and the very next day it was fixed ,which makes me feel safe ,yes there is some heavy lifting so if your fragile this isn't the job for you ,we get well paid for what we do ,and I enjoy it ,sysco is a very good company to work for ,those bad reviews are people who just weren't up to it and who weren't good enough
Driver and warehouse in Dublin, County Dublin
on 11 October 2021
Hard work
Managemnt doest care how much and how long you work. It can be 17 hour shift and No one care . Managemnt doest care about people and all staffs looks not happy at all.

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