Extremely informative and hands on learning experience
Student Lab Technician (Former Employee) – Fort Saskatchewan, AB – 21 February 2017
My position at Bunge was as a student Lab Technician for a 16 month co-op position through the chemical technology program at NAIT. It provided me with hands on skills and additional information to complete my final year of school. The work experience I gained there was very valuable to help me understand concepts in my final year of school. The skills will also translate into future jobs.
Millwright (Current Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 9 August 2017
Monkeys can lead the maintenance better than the idiots doing it now. It's ok to learn if your a new millwright the environment is terrible dead rats everywhere you will work in areas with dead rats lying there and you are required to carry heavy tool bags up numerous stairs and ladders unsafe completely .
Decent salary and benefits, PTO policy. Still some old school management
Supply Chain Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 June 2016
Bunge is moving in right direction regarding benefits, industry-standard pay and Paid Time Off policies.
However, some of these policies exist on paper but not in reality, including work from home, condensed work week, etc. If you take advantage of these, you will be looked down on by other managers, employees.
Still a bit of an "Old Boys Club" mentality to management. This includes the appearance of staying at the office late to impress management, whether you're working or not, they seem to like this. As opposed to those who do their work and head home at end of day.
Overall, a good place to work, decent culture and some good people. Not a lot of opportunities within Canada, seem to be centralizing operations more and more in St Louis.
Control room operator (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 17 October 2012
I did not enjoy working at this company because my co-workers are hard to get along with,Non co-operative and very unprofessional.I did however enjoy the bosses who were very understanding and bent over to ensure needs were met.