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Good Company, Has great training programs, Excellent work force
Marketing/Trade Deelopment Manager (Former Employee), San Juan, PRJanuary 23, 2014
Pros: very good side benefits
Cons: too slow taking decisions
A good company with good compensation benefits. Limited advancement as most of the people have been working in the same position for many years. Very good co workers
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productive
Quality Assurance Analyst (Former Employee), marylandJanuary 23, 2014
its a place of learning how to work independently.a typical day at work is always busy and you keep moving.every experience gathered is always worthwhile
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Espu (Former Employee), Gaffney, SCJanuary 22, 2014
Pros: free tea and thift store discount
Cons: short breaks
Easy job but hard work because sometimes something might go down or you might be asked to moved to another area so you always have to be willing an able to improvise
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Not @ all !!!! But use to be a fun place to work & we got the Job done Remember this is a Muti Billion Dollar Company with No (RESPECT FOR ITS EMPLOYE
Production Line Cook (Former Employee), Solon, OHJanuary 22, 2014
Pros: they use to have free lunch they took this away!
Cons: just plain nasty say anything to you treat you like a (child)
The old company Stoffers was a good company to work for but the change to Nestle was not good they didn't care about the people the want all old timers with age or race out & this did take place in November 2013 they force 250 people to retire most were just 55 years old & were afraid they would lose their Jobs so thy retired & are now sorry they did – more... all or most are looking for Jobs management was Nasty Plant Manger talk to employers any kind of way no security No respect & out of it all I Loved my Cook Stand Job but not the New Management Billion Dollar company with bad management that company will never run the same with the new young people they hire I had great pride in (STOUFFERS) . – less
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Productive company
Document Controller/ Typist (Former Employee), WCJanuary 22, 2014
Typical day at work:
After signing on, start typing documents and getting them printed and ready to be signed. Thereafter scanning in the document in .pdf format and doing admin on each document typed. This means entering all relevant references, attachments etc. on a document grid, attachment list and reference list. As each document is unique (for – more... each department) it is a continuous learning process and uniformity of utmost importance. Management was very helpful in this regard. The hardest part would have been to ensure that all documentation are revised and updated on a regular basis in all departments. The most enjoyable part of the job is the support and commitment of the employees to help improve the system at all times. – less
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fun
Factory worker (Former Employee), Industry, CAJanuary 18, 2014
fun cool place to work in, awesome good time. I had a good time workingthere
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Fun place to work in
Trainee (Former Employee), Kuala Lumpur, MalaysiaJanuary 17, 2014
Data entry and analyse data. Working with a group of efficient team members
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a place of work
epsu tech (Current Employee), danville va 24540January 16, 2014
fast past job none stop all night
work production
clean machine
start the line back up
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Great Environment to work in.
Operations Supervisor, DeKalb Distribution Center (Current Employee), DeKalb, ILJanuary 9, 2014
Great company to work for. Good earning potential with little education depending on the position you apply for. Also have the ability to manage Teams with an education.
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Great products, felt like continually wanting more and giving less
Sales Representative (Former Employee), Grand Rapids, MIJanuary 8, 2014
Pros: great food
Cons: no advancement and continual cuts
This company has pruned all the middle management so their really is nowhere to be promoted to. People who have been here through the good and bad times are getting more and more bitter with the cuts. The sales increase and we cut, to justify it they continually say atleast you have a job. They require a college education, but it doesn't matter in what, – more... and they generally hire people with little to no sales or merchandising experience. – less
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Company and work
Process Associate (Current Employee), BangaloreJanuary 6, 2014
Pros: good
The company in which i am working is good. Knowledge wise also it is good. Their is no work pressure. But the pay scale of the company is not that good, what it supposed to be.
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Project Coordinator (Current Employee), Glendale, CAJanuary 5, 2014
a typical day at work
what you learned
management
your co-workers
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Stressfull
Production Associate (Former Employee), Anderson, INJanuary 4, 2014
Pros: compensation/benefits
Cons: long hours
The work/life balance was the hardest part of the job. 12 hours days were the hardest. Management lacked consistency from shift to shift. Three plant managers in 6 years left expectations in limbo.
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Route Sales Representative (Former Employee), Hammond, LAJanuary 1, 2014
The Day starts at 3 am in the morning when arriving at the depot, must check the load make sure you received your orders. Must fill out all dot paper work and then head to the first store for delivery. After making all the deliverys you return to the warehouse and clean out your truck. Management could get more involved but with meeting s everyday hearing – more... back from your manager is unlikely. Coworkers are great and always try to help. the hardest part of the job is making sure you have completely filled your stores with product and have a enough time to hit all stores. the most enjoyable part of the job is talking with the managers and employees that we work with everyday. – less
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poor leadership and no clear directives
operations (Current Employee), Anderson, InDecember 29, 2013
Pros: company store, benefits
Cons: management, long days, no accountability, favoritism
The company has solid foundations but the plant has unrealistic goals and the leadership team is extremely weak and spineless. Work life balanced is preached but not followed or observed.
Hardest part of the job is working through the politics and individual hidden agendas. Co-workers are very two faced and backstabbers with only their own careers in – more... mind not the company objectives.
most enjoyable part of the day is leaving. – less
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People at work as well as management were always seeking the best for young future talent
FORKLIFT OPERATOR (Former Employee), Dekalb,ILDecember 25, 2013
Pros: everything in general
Cons: time conflicts with other life important activities. weekend nights at least
I loved working there my job duties as well as pay time.
Overall recommend to everyone.
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Great Company all season long
Agent primary (Former Employee), StoneMountain ,GADecember 23, 2013
All around wonderful place,The company helps you reach the goals you set out for.
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Great place
ICM1 (Former Employee), Bakersfield, CADecember 23, 2013
Pros: company picnics, taco trucks, incentives
Cons: short breaks
Nestle is a great work place with lots of room for advancement
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New challenges & opportunities daily met by ideas from all.
Millwright / Line Mechanic (Current Employee), Franklin Park, ILDecember 20, 2013
Pros: working in a team environment on challenges & opportunities
Cons: complexity, size and scope of some of the challenges can be daunting
The new challenges & opportunities presented daily keep this job from becoming mundane. Working with others provides exciting new perspectives on problem solving as well as planning for the future. The leaders here have extraordinary responsibilities and with cooperation from the workforce we always seem to be able to meet the challenges. The identification – more... of "root" causes at times can be most challenging because of the complexity, size and scope with respect to all of the different aspects of this facility. However, that is what also makes solving these issues so rewarding. – less
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NESTLE DSD.... formerly Edy's
DSD (EDY'S) (Former Employee), Carteret, NJDecember 20, 2013
Pros: pay
Cons: management
Job was manageable, long hours, very physical, cold temps....Enjoyed the freedom of not being in a office all day.

3/2 system is less favorable if you are the 3rd person and the other 2 are short cutters or have seniority. Leaves you to pick up their slack and they frequently pull rank when "asking" for your help.
Receivers at most stores are just – more... plain nasty.......

Upper Management romances you in the beginning of your employment. Be very weary!

Injured on Nestle site (on camera) and made to work through it AFTER being directly accused of lying about it by management.
I should have known...My first interviewer warned me that management was difficult and she would not be retiring with Nestle.

I have banned ALL Nestle products from my home. After the injury incident, my entire extended family joined my ban...... – less

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