- Frank Beer Distributors, Inc10.May 2016
Do you enjoy being threatened on a weekly basis? That's is what managers at this place are all about.
Support from management
No leadership. Just people in management positions that do nothing to help others but bark orders and sit back and make the most money while hard working merchandisers get paid dirt.
Very little teamwork outside of the merchandising dept.
Communication is pretty much nonexistent.
Overall compensation for your work
The work definitely outweighs the pay received. You are lucky if you get a pay raise ,and if you do, it is no more than .25. The saying can't be more accurate than the rich get richer, the poor stay poorer.some of the people that have been there over 10 years are paid less than new employees who all are guaranteed to make more the day they start. Decent benefits are offered
If you want to work 7 days in a row, and have no life outside of work, then it's very ideal for you. If you have a family you enjoy spending time with, look elsewhere, because the direction this company is going, family isn't a priority.
The company image is outstanding, mainly because the people who make it successfull, mainly the merchandisers. They work weekends, holidays, and are lucky to receive a thank you.
Suggestions for improvement
- To be more fair with pay to ALL departments. They should treat the loyal people who have been there as long as they have a LOT better.they really need to look at who they have im manager roles, because they can use the high salaries they are paying the ones to sit at their computer desks to rightfully pay the hard working ones who are literally giving their backs everyday for the company.
What I like about the company
Very little, but there are some really good and hardworking people that are at frank so are very unappreciated and undervalued.
What I dislike about the company
The backstabbing and unfair treatment to some departments.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyFrank Beer Distributors, Inc
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?n/a