Production Worker (Current Employee) – Hollandtown WI – January 9, 2017
When it comes to working conditions management never believes workers who are falsely accused. If workers do not like certain employees then they file a false safety violation report know as a mis hit against said worker and tghen without proper investigation they fire that said employee.
Incredible company for professional and personal growth
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Denmark – September 8, 2016
During my time at Arla I had the opportunity to get trained in different personal and professional aspects. Lots of coaching, mentoring and training courses that allowed me to reach a higher level.
Typical day started with a flexible time to enter between 7 and 9 am to allow adaptation to your personal life style. The day was busy with lots of work and deliverables, and in my case quite some travel. Lunch was a nice buffet of warm meals, salads, and great catered food. The afternoon had its usual coffee time to talk to colleagues and discuss work.
The management had a very personal approach to discuss work and your involvement in the company at many levels. Co-workers were friendly and supportive. The hardest part of the job was high priority deliverables and results that needed to be finalized at certain times during the year. I loved the balance of work and personal life the company allow employees and the great amount of resources they gave employees to perform at their best. Motivation and empowerment was a key aspect of management.
resources, balanced life, working environment
Very Danish town with not much multicultural sorrounding
Sanitation (Former Employee) – Kaukauna, WI – December 9, 2014
Depending on your assigned job, hours are typically set. work conditions are good, management could use a little work. there really isn't a "hard" part about this job because there really isn't anything too labor intensive.
Packaging Technician (Former Employee) – Kaukauna, WI – August 15, 2012
When you come to work, your line leader will tell you how many cheese will be package and tell you what you will be doing. I've learned that operating a machine has a lot of safety rules and caution. When I have a rough day, I'll let my line leader know that today is not a good day and ask if I can do something else. My co-workers always give each other positive feed back and what we need to work on to get better. Some jobs are hard and easy. The hardest part of this job is running the machine because every single cheese needs to be bagged and is a very fast paced job. At the end of the day, I like to take my time cleaning and getting positive feed backs.