Campbell Soup Company Employee Reviews
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Typical work place in Campbell is like always nonstop learning process. Everyday you will learn something different and you will be properly assisted by your team leader up to your manager. Hardest part is when the problem seems nonstop and all you gonna do is to unload and stack all the skids at the conveyor inorder not to stop the productions. The most enjoyable part of the job is the camaraderie that was developed by the workers and teamwork of the every shift. Plus the pay check..
management through intimidation , promotions given to unqualified friends of managers, training given to managers pets, preferred shifts given to junior employees due to relationship with managers, many were threatened with termination, vindictive uneducated leaders, senior leadership says all the right things but does none of tem
middle management has no skills
At Campbell company of Canada manufacturing plant, multiple family generation worked which gave it a family environment. People made time to have friendship and respected each other. It was nice to go to work. Sad to see it go but guess it was its time.
It was line work. Fast paced, taking meat off chickens and turkeys. It was full time, very clean and efficient. If you wanted you could have on the job.
Very friendly place to work
Sometimes you would get tough birds. Hard to get the meat off.
Working for FPE department was not bad to many chiefs not enough indians
No fulltime hiring onky contract
Amazing company, strict adherence to product integrity, and for personal safety of its workers. Great opportunities to learn food manufacture/packaging. 'Dare to disrupt' is/was their mantra; -if you see something you think is wrong, unsafe, potential for injury, -HALT the process and get a qualified 3rd person (Safety Personnel, Manager, etc.) to review the issue. Right or wrong, they WANT your input! Can be very hot, humid, wet, but the issuance of clean uniforms, and available showers in the locker rooms are a total benefit. After a hard shift you can shower and return home in your home clothes, clean and fresh. This alone made the chore of this job bearable, enjoyable.
In facility restaurant, discount employee store
Toronto facility closed/closing
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I loved it here! The work culture was awesome and the co-workers were exceptional, every one! I joined on a 3-6 month Contract, was held for 5 months. Contract completed, not renewed. I had high hopes of returning the following season, hopefully to be retained permanently. Sadly though, Campbell's Canada is closing its Toronto location this summer (July, 2018 or thereabouts.) Goodbye Campbell's. You shall be missed dearly.
Amazing breakroom, cafeteria, great co-workers.
Facility closing, moving operation back to U.S.
I love this company! But sadly, it was recently announced that Campbell's Toronto Facility will be closing in the near future, its operations divested to other locations to be announced. I was brought in on a Contract, which was fulfilled. It was my hope to be retained, or recalled, but that is unlikely to happen given the recent announcement of imminent closure.
Excellent products, very skilled and friendly workers. Very active Health & Safety instructions and implementation.
I have nothing to add for Cons.
Campbell's is where I started my interest in maintenance, and eventually started my apprenticeship with them. It was a great place to work and I would probably still be there had they not closed down.
The example on here was bang-on, free lunches..... and suppers....
Because it was a food plant, we where not aloud to go outside for anything other than an emergency
This is my favourite contract that I have finished so far. All of my co-workers were very polite and friendly making it an enjoyable place to work and giving me something to look forward to. I learned a variety of roles during this contract because I was trained on all of the jobs that were available in my department.