Industrial Maintenance Mechanic (Current Employee) – Siloam Springs, AR – September 19, 2017
Good working environment typically. Some days carried more stress than others.I generally worked 12 hour days but there were times i worked upwards of 20. Management were always respectful even in high stress situations.I enjoyed being able to learn new things daily and being able to give input. We had a very diverse culture. The hardest part of the job was it did get stressful. Deadlines were sometimes nearly impossible but we never missed a deadline.I enjoyed the team aspect the most. I work well with motivated people.
Lots of people with attitude and almost nothing to do with your life
Fruit Cutter (Former Employee) – Kankakee, IL – September 15, 2017
It's verry cold lots of people are ex cons who start trouble or argue with their boss they also don't give us days off unless we ask for them and they also denie them wich is why I had to work a whole month straight befor
Safety Coordinator (Former Employee) – Hanford, CA – September 11, 2017
Free coffee is the only thing I remember about this job that I enjoyed. Some white hats ( plant management) were cool but some just abused their power. Safety is of no real concern to them as the the previous Safety Supervisor would back date eye wash stations, shower stations and change reports in a way that accidents were the fault of the employee and not the fault of the company.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 10, 2017
The culture was non-existent. No one says good morning, or anything. Management was "too friendly" with some of their people, and not all of their team, making it very uncomfortable and you can see who got more perks or had more leniency. It wasn't fair.
Fruit Sorter (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – August 31, 2017
Have to work at a fast paces. Have to be back at work at the same time as everyone. Lunch and breaks are required for everyone and bathroom breaks. If someone does not feel well take them to the nurse office.
I start my day setting up can lines and making sure that everything is going to the right line . I fix the machines that need to be fixed . I have 68 machines to maintain and know how to fix them ... Not a easy job . Give a helping hand to our seasonal help on the machines ... I think the hardest part of my job is doing this job myself when someone has off . Alot of running around and problem solving . I think that's what I learned a lot of . Problem solving ..
Fixing things and the problem solving
Doing this job alone . Not getting paid or reconition for a job well done ..
First thing went through all the receipts and gave them to the right people. Spent most of my day working in Oracle and working with the accounting department at Coral Gables Florida. Made sure everything was ready for payment and sent it to the corporate office.
Loading and unloading tractor trailers (Former Employee) – Delaware County, PA – August 18, 2017
I was a forklift operator I drive in refrigerator and put all my orders for delivering that night before morning once that my boss checks all orders before I put on delivery addresses on them where the stuff is going then I load them in the trailer by forklift
Line Worker (Former Employee) – Modesto, CA – August 18, 2017
Del Monte is a factory canning foods and leaned how to work on a line belt sorting peaches, it was hard learning how to get use to the different ways of the belts and not get motion sick but i stuck through, its in a very loud factory, the shift managers are great at teaching you what you need to know and my most enjoyable part about working there is learning new things and the people help you out when needed.
Porter (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 16, 2017
Didnt like it 8.50 an hour wasnt enough supervisors wasnt showing u much on how da job goes too many things breaking bad maintenance too cold not enough time on break working 12 hour shifts only getting a 30 minute break