Purchase Planning Coordinator (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – October 26, 2013
Pros: love working in this company
Cons: majority of the employees are on contract
- Employees are friendly - It is a pet friendly company - if you have pets, you can bring them to work - They have summer hours in place - quite laid back but well organized - Top level management is very involved and the level of communication is open
Transportation Manager (Current Employee), Allentown, PA – May 28, 2014
SAP Functional Expertise Financial and Marketing knowledge Strong power of Analytical Reasoning Excel in creative problem solving Research and Planning Meticulous with detail Anticipation and Preparation Self-reliance and resourcefulness • Data analysis and PC Analyzing and adjusting work procedures for maximum efficiency. • Logistics Warehouse operations – more... Transportation operations – less
Forklift Operator (Current Employee), Maricopa, Ca – February 4, 2014
This job is ideal for the hard worker without a college degree. The starting pay is excellent, and the benefits are great. Every quarter, assuming you have met with all safety requirements, you are entitled to a safety bonus as well as gainshare. The company provides you free clothing such as boots, pants, sweaters, jackets, shirts, beanies, etc.
There – more... is a lot of overtime, most of the time when you don't even want it. But for the hard worker, it definitely pays off. – less
Line Operator (Former Employee), Bloomfield, MO – January 23, 2014
Pros: hourly pay at the time
Cons: management trying to put to much work on you.
This company has grown immensely since I left! Typical day was one of loading products on trucks to loading them on boxcars. I learned a great deal about running a warehouse and how much went into from shipping it from point A to point Z. Management was not the best. Rating them on a scale between 1-10 I would give them a 5. Co-workers was great! I – more... was out there so long that still keep in touch with a great deal of them. We was around one another so much of the time that we actually become a family. When an employee was having a tough time physically be it monies for rent or others issues we would take up a collection for that family. Hardest part of the job was dealing with a group of individuals that had such a diverse thoughts on work to what was expected of you. Enjoyable part was the people that I worked with. – less
Maintenance Electrician (Current Employee), Davenport, IA – December 10, 2013
Cons: everything else
Decent pay and benefits but not worth having no life would not recommend anyone working here. Also seniority based plant so don't plan on being on normal shifts ever due to production bidding into maintenance.
Great temporary shutdown job and good compensation
Welder and Pipe Fitter (Former Employee), Edmond, OK – November 25, 2013
The Nestle Purina factory was great to work in. It's clean, organized and safe. The pay was also good/fair (not the best I have received but good) and the construction company hired for the job was great to work with. I would do this job again if the opportunity presented itself and I didn't have anything else going on.
Account Sales Executive (Former Employee), Berwyn, PA – September 27, 2013
I managed a high profile sales account. My role was to create strategic plans in order to achieve my year end goal. Day to day management of the account could be challenging, but hitting my number year after year was incredibly rewarding!
Machine Operator (Former Employee), flagstaff Az – September 23, 2013
Pros: pay was good, bebenfits, different employment oppurtunitys
Cons: alot of time away from family
Our day starts with us meeting in the team room, where our team leader would give us our assignments then we get out there on our packing machines talk to the operators that we were relieving so they can tell us how the machine is running.there was plenty of team work there it made working there nice. hard part was we used to put 84 hours in a week – more... sometime. – less