Shipping/Receiving Clerk (Former Employee), Gainesville, GA – November 12, 2013
Meeting new people and the people I worked with were good people the hardest part was going outside in the cold and rain . the most enjoyable was making people smile and knowing that I was enjoying my job
operator (Current Employee), Chicago, IL – November 11, 2013
Pros: none it sucks
Cons: not enough money being paid to operators
Cargill is only a starter place to work so you can go somewhere better. The pay is way beyond comparison to other companies.Management really are not team players with the operators and the union sides with the company. so in saying all that is to say that Cargill in Chicago, illinois really suck and I would not stay there long or you gonna miss better – more... opportunities to advance with good pay and benefits – less
Wonderful place to work,enjoyed my co workers and job
Records Quality Control Clerk (Former Employee), Wyalusing, PA – October 30, 2013
I enjoyed my job and any challenges that I had. My co workers and management were great to work with and work for. I learned a lot about the Quality of Product that we produced and worked close with the USDA.
In 9 years i got an excellent experience as an accountant for 3 years ( customers , accounting entries , reconciliations ) + trade execution coordinator ( shipping documents , pricing , contracts , logistics )
You learn to rely on your team members an safety is important
Meat Cutter (Former Employee), Wyalusing, PA – October 15, 2013
Pros: the family picnics and party's they have for the entire company.
Cons: sometimes you feel you dont have enough time in between breaks.
You get to work, suit up with your safety gear, go to your line an the fun of slinging meat begins. You keep your knife as sharp as possible to ensure you don't end up with carpel tunnel. You start out when you first work there in winter gear after about 30 days you end up wearing a t-shirt an well just light clothing because you are constantly moving. – more... You start when cow comes through and your not done until the last cow is done for your shift. – less
Terminal Operator (Current Employee), Lynwood, CA – October 9, 2013
Pros: i have no supervisor at night to tell me what i need to do.
Cons: sometimes to get things back on track for the moring or the day i don't take lunch
Going to work the night shift and knowing what has to get done, but first help second shift finish up fot the next day. the hardest thing about my shift is to have things up and running if the go down during the day or night i have no management on my shift so i work with lettle or no supervision at night
UNIX, AIX, Linux System Administrator (Former Employee), Hopkins, MN – October 8, 2013
This is about data conversion between multiple sources (i.e Postgres,SQL Server etc) to single target(Oracle 10g). There are different source systems (i.e Sagitta, Infinity, TAM etc) each comprises of many sites and each site has many users/policies data to be converted to. As part of conversion each site uses a set of business rules and translations – more... that need be implemented. Each conversion will have to undergo 2 to 3 runs in turn each run has minimum 2 iterations. – less