process monitor and tally person (Former Employee), Burley Idaho – March 10, 2014
The biggest benefits to this company were a raise if you returned for the next season and ease of time off if needed. the hours were long and sometimes longer than 12 hours but the people and bosses were great.
Delmonte was a great place to work. Had input on my duties
Warehouse Inventory Clerk (Former Employee), Kingsburg, CA – February 6, 2014
Pros: working @ night, small crew of workers
Cons: short breaks, sometimes short lunches, no medical ins.
worked the graveyard shift, very busy checking invoices to see if counts matched. Learned how to move fast in order to keep up with forklift drivers unloading trucks. Management was great, learned a lot from them. My co-workers were great to work with, very helpful. The hardest part of job was trying to check invoices counts while lift drivers were – more... unloading product. the most enjoyable part of my job was working with my co-works. – less
I didn't enjoy the job because i didn't work there for a long time.
Fruit Sorter (Former Employee), Modesto, CA – February 4, 2014
Pros: i know how to can foods when a similar job
Cons: short breaks
A typical day is a boring day. I didn't learn anything besides canning foods and I didn't work there long enough to learn a lot. I really didn't control anything I was working on the line.my co-workers and I worked as a team. I really didn't have a hardest part or enjoyable part of the job because I didn't work there long enough.
Productive and great dynamics within a team environment
VMI-Analyst/Customer Satisfaction Representative (Former Employee), Lathrop, CA – December 3, 2013
· Generated orders for CRP and processed orders for Non-CRP customers. · Held responsibility for order accuracy, order lead-time, price and deal application. · Identified and resolved all customer order issues within the scope and authority of the position. · Collaborated with finance department in researching customer deductions. · Ran various reports – more... to analyze customer account history, inventory, turns and service. · Maintained proactive communication with sales and supply chain concerning customer’s promotional needs resulting in 100% service level for promotional displays without residuals occurring. · Collaborated with Sales, Compass compliance Analysts as a team to minimize the number of invalid deductions and to analyze specific customer deductions trends/abuses. · Executed and followed through with Sales on promotions/shipping programs (display pallets, CPU allowance, Direct Store Delivery, Bracket Pricing). – less
People were nice to work with. Great place to work.
Forklift Driver (Former Employee), Hanford, CA – August 20, 2013
I would come into work and I would get on my forklift and I would Load and unload trucks and train trailers. I learned about tomatoes and how they grow, How they are picked. The whole process about tomatoes. I learned how to load and unload trains. My supervisors were kinda of strict on how they wanted things to be done but it wasn't a stressful place – more... to work. My co workers were fine to work with they were all nice and there to do a job. The hardest part was loading and unloading the trains. The most enjoyable part of my job was just working and the environment I was in was nice. – less
Wet Sort Fruit Grader (Former Employee), Kingsburg, CA – June 10, 2013
Pros: hour lunch, 40 hours minimum, frequent water breaks
Cons: physical labor
This job was a physical job with hard labor. I stood on my feet all day on a line where a conveyor belt would constantly move at a fast rate bringing peaches for inspection. My duty was to audit the peaches and remove any of the fruit that had bruises, cuts or pits and to remove them for quality control. The management was nice and friendly. My coworkers – more... were friendly and made work go by fast. The hardest part of the job was standing on my feet for prolonged periods of time, but I enjoyed doing the hard work and meeting new people. – less
A very traditional run company that is still dynamic and fast paced
Sr. Manager Customer Finance (Current Employee), San Ramon, CA – May 4, 2013
Pros: family, traditional orientation
Cons: traditional culture
A 100+ year old company with headquarters in San Francisco. The company has a very traditional culture and is somewhat family oriented. However, the pace is still fast and the people are bright and interesting to work with.
Consumer Products Coordinator (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PA – March 27, 2013
Pros: great company, great management
Cons: limited opportunities to advance locally.
This is a fantastic company to work for. They really value the contribution their employees make to the company. Employees are empowered to make decisions. Company invests a significant amount of time and money in employee development; however, local opportunities for advancement are limited.