I was recently with Sysco for a short stint, this was my 4th job in 9 years driving and was by far the worst. Some of you may love this company sing its praises and that is fine, but my experience was way different. In orientation, its all about safety which is typical for a large corporation and that is great, but once you get out there its a different animal. For a newbie like me, its Sysco's policy to give a new driver training routes for 4 months which consisted of 4 to 6 stops and 400 cases give or take. Well, 3 days into my career my route consisted of 200+ miles, 15 stops and 982 cases which I was able to finish in 16 hours even. After I finished that gave them false expectations on my abilities to preform this 5 days in a row. So every day I worked (which sometimes was just one day a week) I had no less then a 14 hour route according to the route draft. Keep in mind these are routes I had no clue on. There was a driver there that had been there 10+ yrs and was sleeping with one of the dispatchers and never had more then an 8 hour day, while other veteran drivers they did the same thing to them as they did to me. My average pay was okay but it is NOT worth the physical abuse your body takes. They also made us sign a form banning cell phone use while driving and then promptly called drivers they wanted to get rid of numerous times until they picked up. When they picked up it was all on video and they were canned. If you call off and leave the house they may follow you videotaping you to make sure you only go to the doctors, there was a driver that got fired for shoveling his driveway after calling off. This company is a corrupt nightmare. Go to an LTL company and save yourself and your back.