Maintenance Electrician (Current Employee) – Pasco, WA – December 7, 2017
There is little chance of advancement and I prefer to be challenged daily and that's something Conagra couldn't offer. Being at this job I have obtained a huge knowledge of experience and the ability to troubleshoot.
Financial Specialist III (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – September 26, 2017
I enjoyed working at ConAgra Foods, prior to the new CEO outsourcing many of the positions. I was part of the sale to TreeHouse Foods, so was spared my position; however, felt the transition of outsourcing could have been handled in a better manner
Dry packaging machine operator (Current Employee) – Menomonie, WI – September 25, 2017
Great pay if your a junior employee with less than 10 years seniority you could work 60+ hours a week depending on what department you are in. The benefits come from the union and are some of the best priced around I pay around 200 a month for family med, dental, vision
Supply Chain Specialist II (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – September 20, 2017
Relaxed environment and good people to work with. Work was manageable and not overwhelming with a lot of vacation as a new hire. Dress code was relaxed but no real room to advance. Didn't pay their employees well though.
Associate Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – September 15, 2017
Conagra was a company of values where management cared about how you were doing and where your career was taking you. The location enabled me to take quiet breaks to rejuvenate. I was able to get involved in carreer-advancing professional networks and gain a greater amount of confidence than I ever had before. I was never happier with my career than when I was with Conagra.
Cafeteria, Lake, Professional Network Groups, Healthcare, 401k match, flexibility, laptops, freedom to make decisions
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Troy, OH – September 7, 2017
The management at my time of work was more focused on keeping their friends happy then creating a positive work environment and a properly producing factory. The job was easy and the peopleon the floor were easy to get along with.
Multiple Employee Meals and Functions
Temps are often let go at the end of temporary peroid
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Trenton, MO and exclisior springs mo – September 3, 2017
Thus is a very bad company to work for have recently changed to tree house Foods management is horrible long hours and when the finish working you to death you'll have no family time mandatory overtime everyday and multiple safety hazards. Employees get hurt all the time due to exhaustion one of the worst places I have ever worked.