Gig Young Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Gig Young (born Byron Elsworth Barr; November 4, 1913 – October 19, 1978) was an American actor. He was thrice nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performances in Come Fill the Cup (1952), Teacher's Pet (1959), and They Shoot Horses, Don't They? (1969), winning for the last of these.
Because of a drinking problem, Gig Young commited suicide, you can read about it on hollywooddreamland.blogspot.com, "On October 19, 1978, Gig Young shot and killed Kim Schmidt, his 31-year-old wife of three weeks. Young then turned the gun on himself. He was sixty four. In his will, he left his Oscar to his agent, but virtually nothing to his teenaged daughter. What a jerk."
General Market Sales Manager (Former Employee) says"Not enough space here to express the kind of company they are. Do not apply they are a terrible organization and they are not to be trusted. Do not work here at least in AZ anyway."
Functional Consultant (Current Employee) says"-Extremely supportive coworkers (the most helpful people I know) -The benefits are amazing - not just 401K/PTO/Health Insurance, but Cisco has so many continued learning events and resources, 5 days VTO (volunteer time off) to give back, employee resource organizations to get involved with, on site gym (with awesome classes) and healthcare facilities, plus a lot of on-site events to promote cross-collaboration with other..."
Outside Sales Rep (Former Employee) says"This experience was not a good one. Thsi place made me feel unwanted and unimportant. The pay was lousy also. I would not recommend this company to my worst enemy."
Sales Rep/Merchandiser (Former Employee) says"it was a great place to work, but then it all changed........ Cons: alot of meetings"
Management (Former Employee) says"I worked for YMCO for a number of years. Things changed after I was injured at work. I was greatly underpaid benefits as they under reported my wages and benefits illegally. This employer is unethical and I would not recommend working here. If you have a work related injury which is common in this line of work because of lifting heavy cases of wine and spirits, you may not receive proper medical treatment or benefits if you were treated as I was. Cons: they under reported my income"
Sales Merchandiser (Current Employee) says"No advancement whatsoever unless your well liked or unless you know someone in upper management. The alcohol industry has its pros and cons but overall I enjoy my job most of the times. Cons: Poor communication between managers and employees, and vice versa"
District Manager, South Bay (Current Employee) says"Do not work here. The company is terribly short staffed and the result is overworked underpaid employees. Sexual harassment is also common place at YMCO and HR routinely looks the other way when it occurs. Women ARE NOT welcome in this workplace as anything except eye candy for the sexist jerks that run YMCO. Cons: Disorganized, Management out to lunch, cronyism, sexual harassment rampant"
Lift Truck Operator (Former Employee) says"Be lazy and they will treat u like there best workers work hard and they will make sure you pick up everyone else's slack management plays a lot of favoritism and had lacke management skills have no kind of communication skills with their leads or employees"
Graphic Designer (Former Employee) says"What I learned is I needed additonal challenges and growth from a company. I learned that you must be proactive in your career. Cons: limited advancement and managment"
Graphic Designer (Former Employee) says"This is a terrible place to work. The immediate manager does not have any experience as a manager nor does he have any experience as a designer. He never went to design school, everything he learned, he learned at the job. He did not know how to turn on a computer. He will suck the life and creativity out of a real designer. Beware, this person does not know the design basics. The VP also is a horrible manager and does not know anything about design. Anything the manager says he believes. The VP use to work at Kinko's and to this day does not have a Bachelor's Degree. Together these two people will destroy the creativity that any designer has to offer in the department. Designers be weary. Cons: immediate management, health care"
Sales Representative (Former Employee) says"The job with Young's could be a great first gig, or for people who are looking to get out from behind the bar and work in a different capacity."
Merchandiser (Former Employee) says"Bad management , no communication , at one point no days off !!. Worst job I had ever had. Nothing more to say . Cons: Bad management"
Delivery Driver (Former Employee) says"The only good thing I can say about this company is the benefits. Never seen a company with suck a lack of safety. This company needs some serious changes. Routing ,management, equipment, training, following DOT regulations. This isn't a place you retire from. This is a place that you will get injured."
Merchandiser (Former Employee) says"The job itself wasn't so bad except for the fact that I literally had to drive over 1,000 miles per month just to get to all my stores. The management is quite disrespectful to their merchandisers too, which is ultimately the reason I quit working for them."
Sales (Former Employee) says"Company is going down the toilet. Major changes with competitors merging and suppliers leaving has been horrible for business. Used to get 2% raises every year. 2017 was such a horrible year that nobody received a raise. Recently they have been terminating a lot of people. Cons: Expensive health insurance"
Warehouse Worker (Current Employee) says"Youngs Market has progressively gone down hill since my employment started. When I first started they actually cared about their employees but now all work and no life balance. Most employees put blood sweat and tears into this company and it just never seems to be enough. It’s all take and no give with this place as well as treating employees badly. Cons: Management, work/life balance"
Driver/Warehouse (Current Employee) says"Work schedule changes dramatically. Work is good, but the politics of the company is very poor. Too many rules. Too much emphasis on the driver, the loads are poorly managed, and could be a lot more effecient if the deliver days were more opened and that would ease the load of the drivers. Too much load on a lesser drive days puts more stress on the driver and the use of the trucks. They stress the issue that the delivery trucks needs to be more utilized or being in use, yet, they limit the driving days, in which more of the loads are piled on for the next day and harder for the drivers as to working a 10 hour shift. Although they schedule a 4-10 (4 days working a 10 hour shift) but its not worth having that extra day off to work the next 4 days for 10 hours, its tiring. The route is long distance routes. They mix in different areas on one particular load. Cons: the work schedule is ridiculous."
Head scan coordinator (Former Employee) says"Was fun to work for them because I was in HighSchool. All the store has closed because the lack of training for the employees. This company didn't provide any assistance to advance in the company."
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) says"- 13 - 15 hour shifts 6 days a week was the hardest part to get used to Cons: bad management, horrible coworkers, imbalanced hours"
Untitled Job (Current Employee) says"Unfortunately several years ago, top level management turned over, resulting in new personnel joining. While these folks were regarded as so-so in their previous roles, they took new elevated roles, shaking the foundation upon which the previous managers had run the organization. Cons: Healthcare costs are horrible"