MERCHANDISER (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 18, 2017
The hrdest part of the job was staying out of the way of the customers coming into the store. Stocking the shelves with the tall carts we had to push around was hard when you had to worry about the customers being in the way.
In my time at bimbos I learned and grew each day. I had the best supervisors who taught me all they knew about baking and being a leader in the work place. In the position I was in I was able to help out as well as learn from all areas of the bakery. At the end of my time at bimbos I knew everything about anything in that bakery.
Provided me with a great career advancement opportunity
Process Manager (Former Employee) – Easton, PA – August 16, 2017
I experienced many breakdowns of equipment, poor product quality, and lack of staffing. I learned how to work with dough products and how to change the recipe to make a better quality product. I enjoyed working with all the employees. It can be complicated but that's part of what I enjoyed about it.
There was a good mix of duties in relation to this job. desk/computer work as well s in the field work. The hardest part of the job was balancing work and family life.The most enjoyable part of the job was achieving good results and knowing that hard work and diligence is what contributed.
variety of duties
time spent sorting through emails to find what was actually pertinent to my job
Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Owensboro, KY – August 4, 2017
Not the best place to work and have a family. Don't really have a lot to say about this place. Supposed to be about family but could careless about your family I do not recommend anyone to work for this place.
It is a job where you will have to invest in a down payment and your own box truck. Basically it is your own business but still have to follow certain standards depending on which stores you are servicing. It is a very prosperous job if managed correctly.