Accounts Payable, Indirect Purchasing & Logistics (Current Employee) – Bonner Springs, KS – October 30, 2016
We have a great work family.The hardest part is upper management is constantly changing. That also translates into being very adaptable to change and be willing to learn new systems and new responsibilities. I am becoming proficient in areas of work that might otherwise not be in my original job description.
Local management is terrific. Given changes we roll with the punches and feel like family.
company has been sold three times since I began working. Constant changes.
General Laborer (Former Employee) – Bonner Springs, KS – April 11, 2016
Working at CSM bakery was a great opportunity for me. The employees were very respectful and made working with this company a very great experience for me .The job required working at a quick pace daily. I would recommend this job to everyone.
Production worker (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT 84404 – April 4, 2016
i hated working there it was the worst job ive ever worked for, they dont care about theyre employees. they wouldnt let you know if there was work until you arrived they dont care about theyre employees at all!
DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – September 28, 2014
•Participated in complete system builds of desktop, laptops upgrades and migrations. Prepared and maintained documentation of technologies, standards and procedures. •Driver application Deployments based on Make and Model. •Creating Documentation for Self Help and Internal references. •Traveled to Multiple U.S. cites and Canada Deploying and Training users on new systems and documenting and installing special applications
Production worker (Current Employee) – Colton, Ca – July 24, 2014
The equipment is very old, some pieces over 15 years and not taken care of or "PM'd" regularly. Moral very low for all. Working only 3 days days a week, plant running 6 days a week. Sometimes wait for 4.5 hours before 1st break or lunch. HR not helpful, always told "talk to your supervisor" Favortism common practice. Supervisors do have time to be on the floor because of all the office work necessary to be completed. Permenant disable workers (hurt at work) work more days and hours than regular associates.
Production Associate (Current Employee) – Pleasant View, UT – July 22, 2014
Going in each day involved plenty of physical labor. Organization, prioritization, and leadership in my area. I learned how to use the scanner system and read content reports, shop orders quickly and easily. Management didn't always seem on the same page so some communication errors and very uninvolved with the rest of the facility. I get along very well with most co-workers. I had a hard time with the lack of communication during our busiest weeks. I definitely loved being in charge of my area, organizing, filling out paperwork, scanning, and computer duties.
production (Former Employee) – tucker , ga – May 26, 2014
There is a lot of potential for this company, the people there on the floor are some of the most personable people i have ever met. management is stuck in the past, and often unfamiliar with current ideas on positive workplace, and employee development. The pay is low and generally feeds a "lack of concern culture" the attendance policy is horrible
i met some very good friends there working on the floor.
lack of progressive work culture, horrable attendance policy
Well establish company that cares about what they do.
Assistant Production Supervisor (Current Employee) – Eagan, MN – July 26, 2012
Lead employees in making safe and quality product that consumers will enjoy purchasing. The co-workers and management are great to work with, very informative. The hardest part of job is hours, working nights. The thing like most is know that producing a product that consumers will enjoy purchasing. Try to learn new things everyday, it may be about one of employees or the industry.
Company in constant flux, aquisitions, selloff, discovery
GM, VP, Business Development (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 6, 2013
Company filled with wonderful talent. Grew to understand with greater involvement in manufacturing, operations, and strategic business design. Difficulty in understanding the justification for some of the executive decisions. Enjoyed, owning and driving SBU's under my guide and serving in my leadership role working to develop and grow the team working with me.
Maintenance supervisor (Current Employee) – Colton, CA – November 21, 2012
This is a horrible place to work for. The sanitation standards are poor mold is all over and inside equipment. Maintenance is lacking management and employees are not very knowledgeable of equipment. Production has very poor standards as with the QA department. I would suggest not working for this company and honestly not eat the cakes from this company. Just an FYI this is a no label company so if you see wal Mart, Kroger, or any local stores with the store brand as if they made the cake don't eat it. Would hate to see someone get sick or hair from the production workers arms in the food.
payed well, always work to be done
never able to take vacation, poor management, no realistic goals within this company, always last minute!
Employee (Former Employee) – Colton – November 13, 2014
The worse place you work for. what so ever no appreciation to your work. a lot of times you miss your break or lunch because of the amount of work of shorting in people. A lot of safety accidents in this place and no one cars about it. Company never cared about people. Management team always hide the truth and not professional. A lot of favoritism. The worse culture.
Productive and work with some great poeple, who always tries to help
Mixer operator (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – May 26, 2014
A typical day, depends on where you are at, but over all you come in and your manager tells you where you will be. Sometimes the schedule changes last minute so you have to be flexible on where you can work. My coworkers are great to work with everyone is friendly and every one helps each other out. We are big on team work and safety there. The hardest part of my job is just when things don't go as planed and nothing is going right so you have to change things to get the job done, sometimes that means you stay late to get the product done. Most enjoyable part is the people I work with, I have made a lot of great friends here and love to help them out.
Great health benifits, Bounses for being safe and not waisting product.
Utility Person (Former Employee) – Bonner Springs, KS – December 29, 2014
getiing the line ready for the day schedule,help me have a better communication with the mixer and the depositor operator, i always challenge my self to learn something new every day,either on the line or on with the paper work.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Tucker, GA – September 9, 2014
It's a great place to grow your career because you will have the opportunity to do a lot of things early and will learn SO much along the way! The people are really great to work with and the culture is very diverse. But be prepared to work long hours.
Responsible for a wide array of forklift duties and assignments Dump red cans to and from production floor areas. Keep all recycling cages dumped during course of my shift. Performs daily inspections all forklifts throughout the facility Loads material on the sanitation recycling trailer Keep work areas clean and safe at all times Train new hires to get forklift certified Ability to lift 80+ pounds on a regular basis Orders supplies such as bailing wire and hydraulic oil as needed.
Management is on point at all time he is pleasant to work for and very gracious ....
Co-workers most of them can be and are pleasant ....
I didn't find anything hard about this job it was a normal routine I follow 5 to 6 times a week
the most enjoyable part of the job was operator my fork lift, making it happen ...
I could always get over time if needed ... and work as late as I would like to
I didn't like dealing with the Bees on the back doc outside