Their Parsippany office is an absolutely horrible place to work
Systems Administrator (Former Employee), Parsippany, NJ – June 25, 2013
Pros: company store
Cons: everything else
The Parsippany building is full of over privileged, self-important, pretentious people with absolutely no concept of respect. People constantly walk all over each other and throw each other under the bus. The environment reminds me a lot of an elementary school where people are constantly telling on each other and going to their managers when they don't – more... get what they want. This company likes to come up with ideas to restructure departments without having any idea why they are doing it and they want it done immediately. This was truly the most miserable job I have ever had in my life. I've seen many people come into RB who are the happiest people and after a few months they are completely emotionally defeated. This place needs a serious attitude adjustment. There is a severe lack of structure and competence, but most of all the overall malicious and negative attitude makes it an unpleasant environment. I would not suggest working here if you value your happiness. – less
packing tech /acting team leader (Current Employee), peterlee – May 10, 2013
a typical day at rb involved working on a line which inclues running lines managering daily targets and meeting production demands. i learned hearth and safely is very important at workplace place had a lot to do with safe systems at work. i work very close to management on daily basis due to being acting team leader we hold daily production meeting.the – more... staff i work with are very hardworking and know what is inspected of them.the hardest part of my job is to make sure we meet production demands.i enjoy working with people i work with they all understand what is expected of them on daily basis – less
Process Machine operator (Former Employee), Ermington – May 2, 2013
Pros: there were free lunches occasionally that was supplied by all
Cons: we worked 7.5 hrs a day
The job was continuous working on a production line There were many aspects to the job that had to be learned within the factory. Management was good to work with workers who kept the lines going. All my co worker's were great to work with as we had worked as a team. The hardest part of the job was when the machine breaks down and have to wait for the – more... fitters to fix the machines. Turning up for work everyday and work is there to be done and hopefully that machines don't breakdown. – less
The company over all was a fun place to work for; I worked processing the payroll and assisting in different aspect of the human resource functionality. My co-workers were the best; we always worked as a team. One of the hardest part of the job was seeing my co-worker in the manufacturing area worked to many mandated hours. The most enjoyable part of – more... the job was when I was part of coordinated surprises for the employees. – less
Territory Sales Incharge at Reckitt Benckiser (Current Employee), Mumbai – April 16, 2013
• 2 Years of experience of FMCG Sales; in traditional trade (Rural & Urban) as well as modern trade. • Currently handling D Mart chain & SAS in Modern trade Mumbai. • Worked in company’s ambitious project “Pragati” for developing markets. • MBA Marketing from Indira Institute of Management Pune • MSc Chemistry from Dept. Of Chemistry , University of – more... Pune. – less
manual handling technician (Current Employee), Peterlee – February 28, 2013
Pros: good salary.
Cons: some long hours.
Mostly on 2 shifts 7-3 3-11 occasionally night shift when needed. Learned to work in a fast paced environment organisation and to use initiative. Good management team and friendly co workers. Busy weeks getting multiple jobs to line ASAP. work colleagues and job satisfaction.
Manager, Financial Systems (Current Employee), Parsippany, NJ – February 26, 2013
Pros: excellent benefits
Cons: not very good work / life balance
Fast paced, challenging environment. The business goals are demanding and challenging. At times, it is difficult to move projects along as there are various demands that come up suddenly that cannot be anticipated for.