Hain Celestial
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
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Permanent, Full-time
Production Labourer (Afternoon Shift)

Trenton, ON

$15.50 an hour
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15 hours ago

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Production Supervisor 2nd Shift

Mississauga, ON

$75,000 a year
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6 days ago

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Production Labourer

Trenton, ON

$15.50 an hour

29 days ago

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Permanent, Full-time

Mississauga, ON

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30+ days ago

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Production & Manufacturing

Production Worker
$15.48 per hour
Machine Operator
$17.92 per hour

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Material Handler
$18.00 per hour
$18.00 per hour
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Packaging Associate in Trenton, ON
on 22 August 2020
The team I was on was pretty good, lead and manager were both great. Work is repetitive but not mundane. Could use better maintenance. Overall though I liked the job but the plant location is out of the way. No busses. Taxi expensive. Straight shift too, I had afternoons and got extra pay for it. No weekend work.
General Labourer in Mississauga, ON
on 12 July 2020
If I have chance to speak about my company where I work nowadays First word which I am going to say powerful management and other word is that super Hygiene system
Worker in Trenton, ON
on 9 July 2020
Dont do it
They don't car about any body except how much work you do. Supervisor put their hand on you. They promise you one job but put you in another. They say they have an open door policy but they done. Hr is useless and will not help. Lots of complaint have been made to the labour board. Very unsafe place to work.
Production Supervisor in Mississauga, ON
on 19 May 2020
Allways treated fairly
Started day reviewing prior days proformance including hayley througput Updated priour days enployee worked hours Closed any and all work orders calculated all scrap Calculated all drug runs attached documents in accordance with Health Canada. Deployed teams to priourety production lines M Beriousx
Packer in Trenton, ON
on 28 April 2020
Let go
Was let go before probation period. Asked why and they said my attitude. Not sure what that meant, thought I was doing a good job, got along with people on my team, did what i was asked to do. The only thing i can think of is that they told me I was to train as an operator only 2 weeks in and that I couldn't say no, this was in the middle of March when pandemic was ramping up, 3 days into training I was uncomfortable because no PPE to protect from COVID-19 so I told them I didn't want to do it at this time, they switched me to other shift and didn't hear anything more about it. Really liked the job and people I worked with on days.
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Insights from 30 Indeed users who have interviewed with Hain Celestial within the last 5 years.

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Interview is easy
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

My interviewer had very little to say other than asking me what was already on my resume.

Shared on 18 September 2019

Nothing especial, they just want to pay minimum wage. QC manager even hasn’t a relevant background or degree!!!!

Shared on 31 January 2019
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