productive place to work some days are fast some are slow. Great communication skills there i just love it.
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – October 18, 2017
Productive place to work. on end time some days are slow and some are fast. They give anyone a chance to better themselves there at the company. I loved working there i wish that it was near the town where I live because I had transportation problems. Couldn't get to work every day out of the five days that I've worked there, I just miss working for the company.
45min break first half and 30min breaks second half.
Worker (Current Employee) – Richmond, CA – September 25, 2017
Its stressful, moral is low. Leadership doesn't know how to implement changes effectively. Most people are over worked and underpaid. Typical work week is 60+ hours. Turn over rate at the management level is very high.
Pick Packing (Former Employee) – 9 frendal street Grandville – September 21, 2017
m very happy at working there . they give us full hours. but the only reason for leaving from there that they want to move there company from granville to other place where there is no public transport .
they heat up our launch boxes for saving tym of break
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) – Newark, NJ – August 29, 2017
A very unorganized work environment. Unorganized positions, continuesly moved from one assembly line to another when properly performing work tasks efficiently and correctly by management. Unorganized hours, not monitoring weekly hours by the staff and coming up with wrongful pay stubs.
Customer Care Representative (Former Employee) – Newark Heights, NJ – August 24, 2017
This was a cool pace to work, but your chances of getting promoted were slim to none. You would always be granted the entertainment of an interview, but the outcome is the director will always hire outside the company, and it's always one of his friends. Not fair at all! But the pay is decent so if you need a job right away with good pay this is the place to go.
Started as temp didn't get vary far good clean invirment very perfessional nice people to be around learn a lot new work ethics team work strategys a great work invirment to make good money and long term benefits
Customer Care Representative (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – July 27, 2017
The higher ups play favoritism, they implement rules but does not follow them. We do not get compensated for the amount of work that we do. Hello Fresh attempts to come off like we're a "family" but they are far from such.
Customer Care Specialist (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – July 24, 2017
While HelloFresh isn't a horrible company to work for, they have a long way to go. The culture within the company is uncomfortable at best. Job security seems to be non-existent considering the speed at which management changes and how in and out the different supervisors are. In a year, I have had five different supervisors, so that's a word to consistency. All in all, it could be a lot better if they just got rid of the nepotism and really began to value their employees.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Newark, NJ – July 12, 2017
A mindless dummy job! The job function itself is very redundant, and there are no real policies in place. They give you snacks to eat. Not sure if that,s what attracted the bedbugs though. And the worst part.....UPPER MANAGEMENT SUCKS!
Customer Service Associate (Former Employee) – Linden, NJ – June 29, 2017
Hellofresh is a great up and coming company to work for. Working for Hellofresh one is able to have career growth as well as food industry growth and broaden your food knowledge. I would recommend one to work for them if they never had any call center experience. Hellofresh would help one with knowledge of how a call center environment works. While they are coming into their own and trying to implement new rules to help the company expand and move more effectively. Hellofresh is still learning the concept of team players and how to make a successful work environment for all employees.
discount on food services
System failures, often no information for customers