Formula and Process Auditor /Consultant (Current Employee) – City of Industry, CA – January 30, 2018
i had great support and work flexibility with my role as a contractor at Golden State Foods. I mainly interact with production personnel in the manufacturing facility at City of Industry for the auditing portion. I submit my audit reports to corporate QA (based in GA) and meet with a cross-functional team to report and address quality issues and discrepancies. Sufficient tools were provided to me for the job. I enjoy the schedule flexibility of being a contractor.
Operator (Current Employee) – Opelika, AL – February 15, 2018
The management is horrible they talk to u any kind of way and mistreat ppl. Tell and sell u lies, u cant move up and they believe in working the heck out of u they hire convicts, they discriminate and much more... They want give u a raise for an entire year. They expect u to work on holidays. The managers and supervisors are rude to their workers and fire people for no reason off he say stuff.. I wouldnt recommend this company very nasty environment
Associate (Former Employee) – Opelika, AL – February 8, 2018
If your not part of the click you will not get the support or training needed to succeed in your job. The leadership in the quality department is a joke! Manager stabs you in the back, the supervisor is nasty to the employees and gets away with it and the employees themselves backstab each other left and right. The plant is brand new the problems come from the staff that is actually from another plant in Georgia.
Golden state foods is a very good place to work. The faster you work, the quicker the time flies by. And before you know it, you cleared out everything that needs to be shipped. Very humble people there.
Senior Corporate Accountant (Current Employee) – Industry, CA – January 6, 2018
Golden State Food is a great company to work for. They value their associate's hard work and often show appreication by providing free lunch and snacks once a month. They also have a great charity program (GSF Foundation). The foundation helped lots of kids among the neighbor schools by giving away bikes and backpack with school supplies.
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Spokane, WA – January 2, 2018
Stressful environment with the "thugs" and homeless people. Hiring people that don't really want to work.Online schooling is convenient even when you don't get paid to do it. moving up is easy they do it for anybody that wants to.
Order Selector (Current Employee) – City Industry, CA – December 13, 2017
work hours can be long, but the benefits and pay you get can be worth it at the end. one of the best paying companies in the industry . can find it hard to manage a life style as the hours can be unpredictable at times.
clerk (Former Employee) – Conyers, GA – December 12, 2017
knuckleheads of people a lot of the management moved up from being slaves and rump kissers.half the people there are related cause they sleep around with each other. Country bumbs with a lot of money in their pockets some employees are still at home with their parents at 40 yrs old, oh yeah and they get high and drunk in the parking lots
Maintenance Mechanic (Current Employee) – Industry, CA – October 9, 2017
I believe the company has good intentions but their way of implementing rules is counterproductive to a positive work culture. it is a very cut throat place where management has little empathy for the average worker