Topics regarding layoffs at Sysco Corp.

Topics regarding layoffs at Sysco Corp.

Left Sysco for greener pastures

Somewhere in the last two years I left Sysco (let's keep it vague). I moved to PFG in my area and I am immeasurably happier. They are definitely not without their issues, mind you. At least in my area, they appreciate you. Upper management is upper... —  read more 

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Post ID:  @OP+1d21pI5g

This is infuriating

The longer you work at Sysco the less you're appreciated. I've never worked for a company that cared so little about keeping employees here longer than a few years. Well, they've succeeded in pushing one more person out. After next week, I'll be out... —  read more 

Accountability

Do you think after Bertrand and Hourican will take any responsibility for the mess they have made since March 2020 . After a knee jerk reaction massive layoffs early in pandemic we now don’t have enough employees to run our OpCo! Customer after... —  read more 

Possible Lay Off

I think I might be getting laid off tomorrow. It’s strange but I think it will be a relief. In March of 2020, I was making over 100K after an average bonus. This past fiscal year, I made under 60K. It’s not even the money but everything really... —  read more 

Serious contemplation

Is there anyone else thinking about or is planning to leave because of the RTO plan? I honestly don’t have it in me to do that and I have started looking into other companies with permanent WFH positions. It makes me sad because I like working for... —  read more 

I still enjoy working here

Yes, things are changing here, but that's true for every company. Don't think there are many places left where layoffs are not a fact of life by now. It's just the nature of the beast. Here, I still get good pay, decent benefits, I work with people I... —  read more 

Covid policy cr-p

To send everyone a mandatory policy on wearing masks if not fully vaccinated and having an anonymous ethics line to report on non-compliant individuals is fu-ing against every privacy a person could have forcing vaccines while validating non... —  read more 

sorry ma's.

Writing 300k/week and making 58k/yr ain't gonna cut it sysco. You said thank you during covid with a fu----g keychain. I wouldn't pi-s on Kevin if he was on fire. I'm glad I left.

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Post ID:  @OP+1b6MLedb

CEO benefits

So is it true Big Kevin had an increase in his total benefits package to 26 million yet sales commissions and jobs are being cut ....sales are down and expenses are up ....where is robin hood when we need him

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Post ID:  @OP+19xruEWC

SBS Teams

What departments from SBS are still in tact and avoided lay offs? I know Client Services and Costing, but are they any others? Thanks

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Post ID:  @OP+196rXkoY

Almost to the finish line

I’ve had a career in food distribution for almost 40 years, 15 of those spent with Sysco. In another year I can actually retire and I hope and pray that I make it. My coworkers have made working here a pleasure especially during these tough times, so... —  read more 

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Post ID:  @OP+18e9POTI

Was it always this bad?

I can’t think of a single company within the industry that is WORSE than ours. Morale has all but disintegrated, favoritism runs rampant and leadership doesn’t have the skills necessary for their position. I’ve been here for a good 6 years and... —  read more 

Expenses

So why some are laid off and ohers struggle since business is down how do.travel expenses such as train rides for company presidents in get justified

New Executives

Corporate employees are overworked and on hiring limitations for the sake of the economic situation. Yet Sysco can add 3 new executives $$$$$$$ post COVID after laying off 33% of the company. Sure! keep layering executives, VPs and directors that... —  read more 

Comp Plan

I'm sure this topic has been discussed here already, but looking for honest critique, not a "Sysco" bashing. Higher base salary - locked in, but can increase yearly based on manager review - 2-10%. Bonus potential based on tiers - determined... —  read more 

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