Boiler and Refrigeration Operator (Former Employee), Madison Heights, MI – February 28, 2014
Pros: i learned so much there.
Cons: i had to leave for better pay. milk men were making more than i was
I worked in the plant and on every job in the dairy. The last 4 years there I went into the Maintenance Department. later I went into the boiler and engine room. I had a few older guys take me under their wing and taught me a lot about this line of work. I was very fortunate
Quality Control Inspector (Current Employee), Winter Haven, FL – February 4, 2014
Pros: good place to work, good benefits
Cons: sometimes no lunch, third shift no life, sleep and work
I have a wide range of experience and a fast learner. work good with co workers and management. willing to learn more if needed. I have worked 12hour days when needed with no day off. im a hard worker and love to see the weekend
Transport Driver (Current Employee), Madisonville, KY – October 26, 2013
Pros: good group of people to work with.
Cons: company is closing facility.
Good benefits, good pay, four day schedule was okay. I would not necessarily currently be seeking other employment except for plant being closed. I have sought and will continue to seek employment opportunities which provide room for personal growth and job stability. This employer has provided stable income for me and my family up to this point and – more... we hate to see the facility close for the sake of all current employees. – less
Field Sales Merchandiser (Current Employee), Wallington, NJ – October 20, 2013
Pros: flexible work schedule, achievable goals and objectives
Cons: lack of evident upward job growth
expansion with new contract with Walmart has increased our portfolio presents throughout the entire region. there has been some ups and downs but through hard work and follow through we have grown tremendously as a company. the employees work as a team to meet and exceed corporate goals and objectives. immediate management is easily contactable and – more... very true with their wants and needs as well as follow through. – less
crew leader (Former Employee), Conroe, Tx. – October 18, 2013
Pros: great overtime!
Cons: terrible days off
I basically lived at this job. Eighty hour weeks were a normal thing and even then I would hit 90 hours at times. It was a good job but a bad environment with the other employees. Had it not been for them I may still be working there.
Productive workplace with friendly co-workers and tv with Brighthouse network.
CIP (Current Employee), Winter Haven, FL – August 9, 2013
Getting into uniform, checking in with Pasteurizer operator to see if certain things can be washed. Prepping tanks and fillers for cleaning with (CIP) system, which means clean in place. Hardest part of the job is waiting for tanks to be emptied for (CIP). Working hard and staying on top of things.
Filler operator (Current Employee), Fl. – April 13, 2013
Pros: absolutly none
Absolute worst unsafe place to work. Management, if you can call them that has no concern about the employees unless you are 1 of the "Protected". Several "protected" employees are slobs who wont clean up after themselves,and lazy, putting off work for the next guy. The company deducts money from your check for lunch breaks we dont get..Its their way – more... or the highway. They really need to clean house some more, or it will never change. Good workers are starting to quit Plant manager is only told what he wants to hear and most of that is lies.Very low morale. – less
Supply Chain Operations Clerk (Former Employee), Tulsa, OK – April 8, 2013
Pros: free milk and tea all day long
Running from my office to the main building, ordering purchase product for re-sale, contacting inter-companies to schedule deliveries, dipatch and cooridinate the loads for trailers and bobtails for the next days deliveries, prepare notes for daily meetings, records retention, monthly inventory, pricing corrections, order taking, tracking productivity – more... of each shift, ensuring accurate code date rotations, pulling boxed products for the loaders, keeping track of casses, pallets, scheduling. I learned a lot of the in's and out's of chain supply management while working with Borden. I found myself passionate about my work, and took extreme pride in my accuracy. My fellow co-workers were very interesting to work with, we all knew how to work as a team and keep things fun while remaining safe at all times. The ONLY thing I didn't enjoy very much, at all honestly, is that I worked in the cooler, and in case your wondering it's cold ALL the time. I really liked the fact that I could talk to my supervisors or boss about any issue at hand and they wouldn't blow it off, they respected my hard work and I respected their great people management skills. – less
Employee (Current Employee), Florida – November 14, 2012
ZERO management and the managers that are in place should not be. This company has lost more business in the past year due to mismanagment. If your not part of the good old boy network you will never advance. look elsewhere for a job