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About the company

  • CEO
    Mark Schneider
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $12B (CAD)
  • Industry
  • Link
    Nestlé website
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Business Analyst in Toronto, ON
on 12 May 2022
Its Swiss company into CPG. Post covid lost of changes. They are outsourcing their IT jobs to offshore and to vendors driven model.
Its a good company but lots of changes that does not make sense when IT labor market is short. Always as this question, am I here for short term or a long term? Short term make sense since you have gained experience you can work somewhere for more money. Benefits are average.
Production Worker in London, ON
on 11 May 2022
productive and fun place where you can have free icecream in your break
Very nice people to work with who are supportive and have many different jobs you can do! I worked as a sanitizer and it was a very laid-back job with many opportunities for rest and break time.
Production Worker in London, ON
on 28 April 2022
Good work-life balance, bad compensation, bad culture
Huge turnover for a reason. The company will really mess around with you with shift schedules and barely pays enough to scrape by, then they wonder why people keep leaving.Also if you are anything but a straight white middle-aged man you might have a tough time fitting in.But, the work-life balance is pretty good compared to other places.
Analyst in Brampton, ON
on 28 April 2022
good first job
Good benefits people they nestle store gives discounts on products , some people been there for a long time so lack of upward mobility overall nice people
Machine Operator in London, ON
on 22 April 2022
Toxic Work Environment
The pay is good if you can get hired on full time. That being said making a higher Class wage consistently will be nearly impossible for years until you’re assigned in a position. They will put you in any job they need without any regard to physical limitations and can do this as they please as it’s in the companies contract. They blatantly ignore safety concerns and medical advice. You will be forced in 6 days a week every week and are expected to put this company before your own needs. If you value your sanity then I suggest working anywhere else but if you can stand being treated like human garbage all the time and don’t mind supervisors forgetting your name then this is the place for you.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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Future goals, go over resume, why do u want to work here, best/worst things from last job

Shared on 7 March 2019

Why you are interested in this job? Have you any experience?

Shared on 26 November 2018

If I have ever worked in the food industry, and why want to work with the company, and if enjoy working with people.

Shared on 15 June 2018

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