Tech Services, Meat/Dry Goods Receiving Auditor (Former Employee) – Enid, OK 73701 – August 7, 2017
I enjoyed working for this company. Combined over 18+ years. Great company to advance with only if you have a degree. Long work hours, good pay, great benefits. Holidays off, great for spending time with family.
great benefits, loyal long term employees
alot of changes in management some not so well received
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Easley, SC – July 27, 2017
This place is the new word for labor,breaks all close together in a ten hour shift,workers are mostly out of usa,bad attitudes,pay sucks,feels good until you put on a smock then its boiling hot,all i can say is run for it run!
Lead (Current Employee) – Vineland, NJ – July 20, 2017
Overall, APF is a good company but some of the management team really could use a brush up on training and coaching skills. The work is fairly easy but they pay isn't always worth it, depending on your job responsibilities.
A dynamic place to work that offers advancement in a positive, collaborative, team-winning culture.
Executive Assistant to CEO/CFO (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – June 28, 2017
AdvancePierre Foods is the greatest place I've worked in m career. I was fortunate and blessed to land this position 3 1/2 years ago. I've grown professionally and personally during this time due to working with a great management team that value hard working people and reward them for it. The culture is one where everyone works very collaboratively with a team-winning spirit, A place where we actually live out our mission, vision and values statement.
Free Coffee; Discounted company store; excellent culture; great Sr. Management Team
Hand Wrapper (Former Employee) – Claremont, NC – June 1, 2017
As an employee, you have very little value to the company. You are considered nothing but production numbers. With no time to rest, constant monotonous work, and vigorous depreciation, I found it very difficult to enjoy my job in the slightest. Your supervisors compare new employees to workers who have been there for years. Everyone who walks through those doors is already fired, or will want to be before they even start. Basically, getting a job here means building a career on negative feedback and dreadful work, on dismiss-able pay. I don't understand how anyone at this company could be remotely happy with their job, unless they were high on some kind of drug, and making twenty dollars an hour. I had an overwhelmingly awful experience with this organization.
good pay, convenient for locals
short breaks, tedious work, no appreciation, no value to company, strict rules
Treated unfairly! Robbed! Unfair to american employeea
Assembler (Former Employee) – Claremont, NC – May 22, 2017
They have good benefits but they dont care about american employees only the foreign also if ur hired on and get fired theyll short you on getting ur unused ptos and vacation pay which is really messed up! I wish i knew how to go about getting my money im deserved!!! And owed!!!! Also if u wanna be shorted on ur paycheck from time to time then this is the place to work :)
Good benefits, cheap insurance and payrate is good easy work .
Project Manager (Current Employee) – West Chester, OH – May 21, 2017
Plenty of work to do to keep you busy and the assignments cover different areas of the business making it interesting. Typical day and week goes fast. Benefits are comparable to other places. Best part is the bonus program.
Work assignments vary making the work interesting. Bonus program.
Productive days everyday and excellent management with supervisors and management
Packer (Current Employee) – Enid, OK – May 7, 2017
Advance Pierre Foods is a great company to work for, yet they have the workers there working up to three weeks with no days off, and I believe we all deserve a chance to get at least one weekend off. Nevertheless, it's a great company, but we all believe they should consider a bit that every worker does have a life at home and needs to attend there family as well.
machine operator (Former Employee) – Enid, OK – April 24, 2017
its like a glass cannon...the job itself isnt that hard at all, but the way they treat you is horrible...you are just another smock to them, who cares about your problems or anything..pay is good though.
For lower level employees, it is not a family friendly workplace.
Quality Technician (Former Employee) – Enid, OK – April 18, 2017
The workday is long and very physical in the Ready to Eat section. Very cold temperatures, standing and walking on hard floors and working short staffed is almost an everyday occurrence. It is a fascinating process to learn how frozen processed foods are made and shipped. Unfortunately, I was poorly managed while I was there. The most enjoyable part of my job was getting to see and work with my co-workers each day who were very nice and trained me to do my job. Working 10 hours a day 6-7 days a week was exhausting and caused low moral.
Good pay for people who do not have much education.
Long hours, poor communication between supervisors and workers, therefore, poor leadership.