Mogul operator (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 3 May 2017
I worked in three locations in the factory packaging in which most people are lazy if yoy do a good job people will ask you to do theirs as well, oilers/sanders which is slow during night shifts some peopke fall asleep,and upstairs is a little better
Assistant mechanic/metal fabricator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 February 2017
Fixing industrial grade machinery and fabricating custom pieces incase of damage or if missing. During spear time we were assigned small projects to keep us occupied as for example creating a mall conveyer.
Manager Strategy and Project Implementation (Current Employee) – Canada – 10 January 2017
Mondelez has good benefits and is a truly global company. The biggest challenge of working at this company is the constant change and uncertainty. The focus of the company at the moment is to reduce costs so there are restructures often to drive that agenda.
Production worker (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 30 November 2016
A typical day at work consisted of 12 hour shifts. This included loading and unloading candy onto an assembly line. There were many variants to this task, however all basically consisted of loading and unloading candy
Regional Brand Manager (Former Employee) – ON – 23 November 2016
Mondelez offers employees the opportunity to interact with great brands daily. Fun environment to work, creativity is encouraged and a very high entrepreneurial culture which has the a double edge effect of constant restructuring. Mondelez encourages employees to have a mobile mindset when it comes to their jobs i.e. seek out opportunities in other companies.
Great and world renowned brands, great learning environment, creativity is valued
Long hours, unstable work culture, constant restructuring
NA Head Media and Content (Current Employee) – 200 Deforest Ave , NJ and 3300 Bloor Toronto – 4 November 2016
Top CPG food company. Strong culture and leadership. Leading in marketing innovation. Encourage risk taking. Culture now being impacted by ZBB and 3G pressure on bottom line. Raises and salary progression are a challenge
Machiene Operator (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 17 October 2016
Its was a very short period but the best in my work 3 months in my work life. It was for a training as a part of my graduation in Conestoga college, Food processing tech. The diversity in people, machines and the products were adding a nice flavour to the time you spend there. I learned a lot and by the right way because I was working side by side to the people who spent their last 15 years working on those machines.
15 minutes, 30 minutes interval every other 4 hours resting time
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 23 September 2016
Friendly from the most packaging employee, but there are too many political game. Machine operators are mostly from one nation, they try to kick out all other minority, maintenance are from another nation and they kick out all other minority too. As a dual licensed mechanic, technically can handle everything about machine but hate this situation, you will be blamed if anything happen, any breakdown will put on you head even happened on next shift, the majority people will say you didn't fix it, or you were playing on it so that they have breakdown, and you have to work tripple times than senior maintenance otherwise you will be kicked out. Big turn over in maintenance and management if you are not from their country.
Process Engineer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 September 2016
Lead appropriate testing, gathered, analyzed process data to improve product quality and reduce costs through line throughput. Worked synergistically with Plant Management, Line Operators, Vendors & Contractors, to develop best solutions to address production challenges, reduce waste and enhance profitability.
Good place to work, given the opportunity to build my knowledge in production and various buisness areas.
LEVEL 3 Machine OPERATOR - TRAINER - QC INSPECTOR (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 29 June 2016
I was given the opportunity to increase my knowledge in production, machine operations, training, safety, continuous improvement and quality control. I created SOP manuals and trained new employees on machinery. Updated MSDS binders, facilitated and implemented safety training to employees. The hardest part was the change to continental shifts, but I have made many friends over the years there.
Packager (Current Employee) – East York, ON – 1 June 2016
-co-workers were rude and childish - work for the most part was difficult but created skills - i learned more adaptability and endurance -lack of communication and availability between management and workers