Cleaner (Former Employee) – Plover, WI – March 14, 2017
got to learn a lot of machines and how they work.got to learn a lot of diffrent chemices .worked with alot of nice peaple and made lots of friend.they gave lots of rewards for being safe. only down fall was season work wish it was full time work
Hard work stressful at times, but overall good people.
Warehouse Night Foreman (Former Employee) – Jessup, MD 20794 – March 10, 2017
I was warehouse foreman. I assisted the manager in the warehouse and receiving and shipping. I did everything from pulling orders,loading unloading trucks and do office work.Overtime was nearly everyday with the holidays being very busy. Hard work but good people to work with.
Plenty of overtime. Full time work. Good health benefits.
all the production that had to get done always got done. Everyone got along. It was a work friendly environment. The hardest part of the job was standing all day, but the best was the friends that you made.
Crew Member (Former Employee) – Plant City, FL – February 16, 2017
Work environment was very cold and frigid. We were only allowed one 30 minute break at Del Monte. There was no guaranteed time of when you would be clocking off of work, for example; after finishing all of my days work sometimes I would be forced to finish another person's work or risk termination.
Del Monte Foods, Inc. was a challenging work experience because the work force's morale was poor.
Project Engineer (Former Employee) – Hanford, CA – February 14, 2017
Management's communication to their subordinates was poor. The workplace culture among the regular employees was poor. The hardest part of the job was maintaining a positive morale among the regular work force. I learned to manage capital projects more efficiently.
Low key during non-processing season but polar opposite during season
FACILITY TRAINER (Current Employee) – Markesan, WI – February 2, 2017
During the non-production season, it is low key and easy going. No rush or immediate requirements for production. Vacation can be taken in hour intervals and not questioned as to why or how often as long you have accumulated said time. However, during the production season, usually mid-June through the beginning of October, the workplace culture changes 180 degrees. Production during this time is the most straining part of the job with 12 hours work days at 6-7 days a week. Employees are not given the opportunity to take vacation time during this time of work.
Good work environment
12 hour work days during the summer with no chance for vacation time.
Fruit handler (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – February 1, 2017
Marshals awesome company. First time i went to shop in store staff were inspired to care about me, helping me to find clothing that i was looking.i hope to be a part of team and provide super service to customers.
Del Monte contracts their labor force with exception of managers
3rd shift Area & Hazard Prevention Lead (Current Employee) – Kankakee, IL – January 31, 2017
It's a different experience dealing with contract labor because you are not allowed to reinforce good behavior or counsel unwanted behavior; you have to give your argument (if you will) to the contract labor supervisors and hope that they carry out what you need to happen, very weird.
Very low pay, Company is very cheap, no personnel space or even a locker to keep your work at work. You carry it home every day???