Laboratory Technician (Former Employee) – Terre Haute, IN – July 13, 2013
This company purchased the Food Science Division from Pfizer and all of us employed in that division became employees of Danisco. Not much changed from the Pfizer job. Compensation, benefits and responsibilities remained the same but then much of the quality work was outsourced to other companies and many employees lost their jobs, me included.
Compliant workers need only apply (helps if you are Danish)
Senior Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – June 19, 2012
Granted this was a firm that took over the firm I loved working for so I'm bound to be a bit negative about it. Most of the good stuff happened in Denmark or US headquarters. You were supposed to just do things without questioning. The prior firm was one of those innovative places that valued doing things the best way possible so also valued creative suggestions and feedback. This place didn't.
copenhagen is a nice place to visit, people generally nice
Safety Manager (Former Employee) – Cedar Rapids, IA – May 10, 2012
As a Safety Manager, my observance of safe work habits and safe environment was the key of keeping up with safety. Typical day would include a safety meeting and new hire orientation. When you build, the landscape changes drastically from day to day...so safety means everything to keep hazards down to a minimal.