Maintenance (Former Employee) – LaPorte, IN – March 26, 2016
If you are skilled labor you have to really kiss butt.Are you will not make it! Skilled labor is not the problem.The problem is supervision is to busy. Not taking time to working on his department or people. He can not look you in the eye.if there is a problem and He don't look at the work being done.He believes his A Team. He needs to ask the person doing the work what is going on...
Production Worker (Former Employee) – LaPorte, IN – January 7, 2015
Working at this company was stress free. You work and pack candy. If you have a sweet tooth this is the place to work! People were friendly and welcoming regardless if you are hired though the company or a temp!
Customer Relationship Mgmt - Account Coordinator (Current Employee) – Bend, OR – February 12, 2014
A typical day at work is fast paced, working with several departments and customers, sometimes simultaneously. Although I had customer service skills when I came to the company, I have excelled in building relationships with our brokers and customers. My co-workers are driven, but fun loving individuals that are easy to be with for our workweek. The most difficult part of work is keeping the balance between pleasing our customers and the limitations of what we can do for them. I truly enjoy my job, the pace of it and the daily challenges.
amount of pto, healthcare, flexible schedules
our office is closing - we have to take the next steps in our lives.
It was an easy yet productive job and I enjoyed being there.
Associate (Former Employee) – Laporte, IN – September 7, 2013
A typical day of work involved cleaning, setting up machines and sometimes programming those machines to run different products.
I learned how to operate machines, how to clean the machines,I learned how to install the film for each product and how to check for quality and quantity of the product in a timely manner.
The management there was easy to get along with and talk to when problems occurred. They knew what they were talking about and how to relay that information to the people they were training in a way we could understand.
My co-workers were fun, nice people who would help if you were stuck or lost on what to do next.
The hardest part of the job was knowing what needed to be done when, when I first started.
The most enjoyable part was the people and the opportunity we had to grow if we caught on quickly.
breaks were at good times and it was close to home, also good benifits once hired in
you had to start off as a temp, depending on what line you wee on things were far away and took longer to do
Brand Specialist (Former Employee) – Bend, OR – July 26, 2013
There are so many wonderful things to say about working for American Licorice. I feel I enhanced my development and career more than ever while in the employment. Leaving the organization to move to Wisconsin was heartbreaking. American Licorice treats their associates with respect, competitive salaries, family focus and genuine gratitude.