Territory Service Representative, August 29 (Former Employee) – Jupiter, FL – November 26, 2016
When i first started, it was a great job with a great work-life balance. Then i was put under poor management. My immediate mangers were did not care about me or the stores i represented and it made my life very difficult. I enjoyed working for them only because i got to interact with people on a daily basis.
Operations Coordinator (Former Employee) – Michigan – November 21, 2016
Was released after more than a decade because my boss had been harrasing me and I went inpatient at mental facility. Complained to HR a bunch of times. He was finally fired and then so was I after treatment and release to go back to work. When I filed paperwork for Americans with Disabilities Act, 7 days to the date they told me my job was being "absorbed" by restructuring.
Part-Time Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Tupelo, MS – November 21, 2016
I was a part-time merchandiser they quit scheduling me for work. Then quit contacting me all together. Never gave me a reason. Never told me why. Didn't even pay me my last pay check. Don't work for them. They suck. My RSR blocked my number. My manager would respond to my emails or texts. What cowards. By the way I was only employed for a single month.
Manager (Former Employee) – Zanesville, OH – November 13, 2016
Did not like watching unethical personnel moves and a dishonest, cheating P.M. This was a good place to work at one point and was the best job in town before new manufacturing and warehousing businesses came in.
Lots of weekend work, very poor upper management at PM and Corp Level
Typical day of work is 6-8 stores a day. Limited on time of work. Enjoyable when working alone. Hardest part is having a life out of work. You bring work home. Working under a so called hourly budget during the week is not well planned out.
Mileage Paid. Weekly Paychecks. Free Work Shirts. Samples. Meetings.
Over worked, To much to do in so little time, Schedule of hours in a day is scattered, Don't have a set time period when to start or when you finish.
I enjoyed my time at Kellogg o matter the time management is not properly okay. Pay and work are not balanced, but I focus mostly on what I can do and what I can learn from the great team I have the opportunity to work with
A fast paced manufacturing enviroment providing continual opportunities to grow
Operations Specialist (Current Employee) – Omaha, NE – November 8, 2016
A typical day includes empowering our workforce to help run the business as safely, efficiently, and effectively as possible and responding to critical production outages or issues. Also, providing on-call support for after hours.
Line Leader (Current Employee) – Zanesville, OH – November 3, 2016
My time with Kellogg's has been full of increased challenges to meet or exceed the expectations of the consumer as well as keeping ahead of the ever changing criteria's of the Food Safety administration and quality control.