Sysco Ireland
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About the company

  • CEO
    Our CEO: Mark Lee
    58%
    approve of Our CEO: Mark Lee 's performance
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Restaurants & Food Service
  • Headquarters
    We operate from a central...
  • Link
    Sysco Ireland website

Over the last 50 years, Sysco Ireland have grown from our proud roots in County Limerick to become the largest foodservice provider on the island of Ireland.

Operating from a central Dublin location and seven regional centres; we procure, market, sell,

and distribute food and non-food related products to restaurants, cafés, pubs, hotels and caterers

across the island of Ireland. We connect Irish and international suppliers, producers, and growers

with our valued customers throughout the country.

With an incredible team of over 1,400 people, we thrive on delivering success for our customers through industry-leading people, products and solutions with our central purpose 'Connecting the world to share food and care for one another' carefully embedded into everything we do.

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Reviews

Job trainer in Dublin, County Dublin
on 25 November 2022
Fun workplace

Overall good place to work but can be hard balancing life outside of work if u are working evenings but it is a good shift if u are not a morning person!

General Operative in Dublin, County Dublin
on 2 December 2022
Poor and deceitful standards/management

Terribly poor on so many levels sadly, deceitful, inconsiderate, very power management and very unintelligent and incompetent people at the helm of affairs.

Contact Centre Agent in Newcastle West, County Limerick
on 21 September 2022
fun, satisfying, busy, engaging

Sysco is a great place to work with plenty of opportunity to progress and move up in position or across departments. Colleagues are fantastic and we have a great relationship with each other. The pay is better than most and the shifts are very sociable, rotated fairly and evenly.

Telesales in Limerick, County Limerick
on 30 August 2022
Avoid at all costs

Terrible place to work, understaffed chronically for 5+ years, no benefits at all, very poor pension plan, terrible pay, company has massive turnover of staff as people leave due to their mental health and poor pay compared to similar jobs in other companies , terrible management, utterly shocking . Avoid at all costs, it is now a running joke about the daily leaving cake (which the staff pay and provide) for staff across all departments

Rigid Truck Driver in Dublin, County Dublin
on 10 August 2022
Worst workplace in transport

Transport management have no clue how to work and everything is a chaos. Hours are good , but every morning you are stressed due the truck not loaded on time or overloaded

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