This place is a revolving door. They will lie if they open their mouth. Everything I was promised was a lie: vacation, benefits, hours. I had everything in writing and it didn't matter. Nothing was honored !!!! They made me take vacation then refused to pay me. They said it was a computer error. They wrote me up for refusing to perform unsafe work acts. Everyone in the Industry has heard about this place. It is extremely hot and dirty, unlike most beverage places. Don't be fooled by the pay rate because they get it back on the lack of benefits. Only apply if in desperate need of money until you can get something else.
Quality Lab Technician (Current Employee) – San Bernardino, CA – September 8, 2017
Absolutely terrible place to work. Very demanding, unhealthy, management all the way to the top could care less about you or your needs. Work work work until you drop, then they write you up with a smile on their face. The union is really good at just taking your money and not doing anything for you whatsoever
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Wilson, NC – August 15, 2017
You are better off starving and unemployed! This place is the worst facility I have ever seen. No organization, long hours, they tell us what days we have off and then tell us that we are working to meet production. The maintenance is non existent (walks around with a can of WD-40 and no tools). Management is a joke all the way to the plant manager.
Can Filler Operator (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – August 7, 2017
There is always a job needing done on every line. If you work hard and apply yourself the people you work with will really take you under their wings. They helped me learn everything I needed to know in a short period of time. Hardest part of the job sometimes was the heat. For me the most enjoyable part was learning a new job, hard work, and the people.
Great people to work with and pay is fare.
Long hours, ever changin schedule and management, little vacation time and time off.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Maryland Heights, MO – March 15, 2017
As a maintenance technician you must pass a required a written test and interviews to be hired. You are paid very adequately but are required to work hard and follow all of the rules. You will be expected to work a minimum of 40 hours a week with the possibility of working up to and past 60 - 70 hours a week. Benefits are good but management is not.
Material Coordinator/ Production Scheduler (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – March 6, 2017
Exciting, always learned something new. Management was always working together. Reacting to rapid changes due to lines going down. Most enjoyable is the trust and open door policy and flexible working from home if needed.