Occupation Support Specialist (Former Employee), Macon, GA – March 24, 2014
Pros: lunches and breakfastes once a month
I stayed busy and learned alot from my co-workers, they taught me about each deppeoplet. and how they flour was made. I got along with my co-workers. The hardest part was when there was a co-worker who should have been doing there job and another person had to cover that job. I know at the end of the day the customers or vendors were satisfied.
Sales Manager Lightlife Natural Business (Current Employee), Naperville, IL – March 20, 2014
I cover the entire country for the natural channel. I am in the field 70% of the time calling on customers, distributors, working with my broker organization and doing market visits.
My last 7 years have been covering the entire country in many different positions. I have managed sales reps and/or brokers.
I like having the vary of the different customers – more... in different parts of the country, I like to travel and working with a wide variety of people. I like management and helping to training people for the next level.
The hardest part of the job is finding enough hours in the day to get everything done on your list. Time management helps a lot in this area and I have become proficient at this, but there seems to always be something that does not get the deep dive you hope for. – less
Product Stacker (Former Employee), Dothan, AL – March 19, 2014
Pros: very good bebefits
Cons: extremley physically exhausting
Stacked boxes at a fast rate as they came of the line. Management very willing to work with you any way they could. All my coworkers were great. the hardest part of the job was keeping up with the fast line. The most enjoyable part of the job was the cooperation of my co workers
Electricain (Former Employee), Troy, OH – March 17, 2014
wish i was still there,,, a typical day at work great what you learned management was easy to work with your co-workers good to work with the hardest part of the job 12 hr rotating the most enjoyable part of the job ,,,new building
warehouse janitor (Former Employee), Lincoln, NE – March 11, 2014
Pros: the people i worked with. being able to have a variety of jobs
sweep and mopped floors, drove forklift, and worked with cleaning chemicals. Learned how to titrate chemicals so that the mixture was right. Liked my co-workers that I worked with. Management was far to me and helped me learn some new things along the way. What I liked most about my job was being able to go from department to department and do different – more... jobs through out the building. – less
Logistic / Traffic Coordinator (Former Employee), San Juan, PR – March 4, 2014
• Interacted with customers to provide information in response to inquiries about products and services and handled and resolved complaints. • Accountable for distributor’s accounts such as Premium Brands, V. Suarez, Ballester Hermanos, Inc., Packer’s Provision, Freiria, Pueblo International, Kraft Foods, B. Fernandez, Sam’s Club, Blockbuster and Mendez – more... & Co, among others. • Managed over 200 orders per day to meet sales goals by $5M per month. • Designed, executed and provided recommendations to improve operational processes and business projects with brand distributors and customers. • Developed excellent rapport and work effectively with individuals at all levels maintain uppermost degree of professionalism in various company departments such as: Sales, Logistics, Customer Service, Marketing and Management area. • Conferred with customers by telephone or in person in order to provide information about products and services, to take orders or cancel accounts, or to obtain details of complaints. • Responsible of keeping records of customer’s interactions and transactions, recording details of inquires complaints, and comments as well as actions taken. • Determined charges for services requested, collected deposits or payments, and arranged for billing and completed contract forms, prepared change of address records, and issued service discontinuance orders. • Created the Metric Report, the instrument for Financial Department to make credit and debits and also reserve specific amounts for next month, it consider all the orders in specific areas like Supply Chain, BDR (extremely important) and finally the carrier contribution (all the process included). – less
Microbiologist (Former Employee), St. Louis, MO – March 2, 2014
Pros: it's a job
Decent place for starting job. No incentives, or raises, non-competitive wages. A typical day, is spent in an office and on manufacturing floor, with repetitive tasks. Management is easy to communicate with. Virtually no opportunity for growth. Co-workers easy to get along with.
Senior Chemist (Current Employee), Omaha, NE – February 14, 2014
Pros: dynamic environment
A typical day involves evaluating lab needs across multiple groups to maintain lab throughput (develope new analysis method, LC / GC / MS / lab equipment maintainance, review and post data, serve as lab specialist).