French Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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French's is an American brand of prepared mustard, condiments, fried onions, and other food items. Created by Robert Timothy French, French's "Cream Salad Brand" mustard debuted to the world at the 1904 St. Louis World's Fair. By 1921, French's Mustard had adopted its trademark pennant and begun advertising to the general public. French's is now owned by McCormick & Company.

Evan S. shared his opinion about French's mustard On Influenster on October 27th, 2019:

"I don’t really like french’s mustard it leaves a really bad after taste. It’s not the best too but on sandwiches but the mustard on hotdogs is fine."


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"The French are impossible to work for. Rule by fear."

Former Employee - Sales Support says

"Lots of office politics and lately Belgians are being put second the French nationals"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"- lack or emergency / everything is slow - not much challenges - salary below the market - no opportunity to get promoted unless you know the right people - management decisions are not clear - French environnement - Not much possibility to move internally (even though the company has offices all around the world)"

Former Contractor - Project Engineer says

"Growth can be subjective if you are not French."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Slow in decision making, need to know French to grow"

Former Intern - Junior Data Scientist says

"I worked in Total's branch situated in Paris, and have no experience in speaking French and therefore it was difficult to communicate with my fellow colleagues."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Very French culture dominated environment (so it’s not yet fully an international company)"

Onshore Engineer says

"However there get be an us and them attitude between the French and Brit contingent. The cultural differences can be significant depending on the department you work for."

Senior Drilling Engineer says

"Don t chooser where you live Risk of being in Pau in south of france"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Uninspiring when you observe that the expats who succeed are generally those who are good at maintaining good relationships but have no real competence. Overall lack of ambition due to the people staying in the company being those who are settled and comfortable in their status and positions."

Former employee (Former Employee) says

"They don't care about you and you family, management only looks out for themselves. They expect you to work for free and drive long distances for free. This company shouldnt even exsist in the world it should be audited and reported for multiple infractions. If theres a class action lawsuit sign me up!There are absolutely no pros they promise nothing tangible.Get everything they say in writing with signatures, no work life balance your better off flipping burgers."

Quality Assurance/Training Manager (Former Employee) says

"Company recently purchased and brought in all new management staff. They appear to have no business training at all. Decisions are made without thought, business is being lost daily, and integrity is absent. This is a 360 degree culture change from previous ownership."

Corporate Trainer (Former Employee) says

"They care about there self. They have cut men's watches after own self.You are always on the road but making very minimal money.The have stores. That don't pay much money and they expect you to work 2 to 3 hours for free.If you drive to another state say 8 hours you get no pay for this too.NoneSlow work winter months and no help from office"

Not sure (Former Employee) says

"They promise the world and deliver nothing. 40K a year (Don't Hold your Breath) Job security. That you got if you are guile enough to sign on. 500 signing bonus . It seams that ninety days never comes around. Run keep looking something better is always around the next corner.NoneYou will live out of a suit case and never see home."

Field Service Technician (Former Employee) says

"You're in a parking lot, bust a nut all day, paid piece work for parts put on a cart. Hard to not throw full boxes of new parts out to pad check. Training was more of a kidnapping, mentor wouldn't talk while driving for hours. Screamed for ANY mistake, outlandish ideas on power tools, plumbing, electricity - it was his way or the highway.Weekends offWork weekends if parts are not delivered on time."

Route Manager/Field Service Specialist (Former Employee) says

"I waited for 4 months for work while on commission. They ask too much from people without constant work. They do not pay you to store all the equipment and materialsWork AloneNo Support"

Route Manager (Former Employee) says

"The French company llc is not what it used to be. They are asking men to do some work for free and they are cutting the men's wages.I would advise you to look at another company.Not muchPoor wages.Management want help you any."

Route Manager (Current Employee) says

"Things are always changing to what the clients needs are. Several Box stores and grocery stores serviced for repairs. Early hours, new management is wanting more travel."