Merchandiser (Current Employee) – New London, CT – December 27, 2013
Drive from home to the store location to unload truck and service product to the store shelfs. Communication is thru cell phone or emails and is a day by day communication. The most enjoyable part of work is i can start when the shipment arrives or hours later if situations occurs.
Manager/Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – July 25, 2017
Responsible for achieving peoples safety, quality parameters and holding associates accountable to daily production goals Planned and directed store operation and improved productivity and efficiency,Maintained stock of inventory and rotated as needed,
Shift Supervisor (Former Employee) – Fairburn, GA – July 25, 2017
The job was fun had my floor team that was good at doing what need to be done environment was good to be in subtract the people I had to let go who wasn't doing they jobs the right way but it is a good job I loved it
Manager Sales Agency (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 22, 2017
Kellogg was one of the best companies that I ever worked for prior to the blending of Snacks division and the demise of the company. No one's position is safe - no bonuses are paid, even with top management still receiving theirs. All benefits including company cars were taken away. Horrible environment - no one is happy or wants to stay. Working the positions of up to 4 people now. THOUSANDS of long time employees let go - or no reason other than bad upper management. Do not work for Kellogg.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Union City, GA – July 21, 2017
its a great company but sorry to say that they have decide to get rid of the dsd department within the company. the company has had this department for many years and its sad to see people lose there jobs.
Great people - working with grocery stores - fun environment
District Sales Manager (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 21, 2017
Kellogg's is a great company to work. The product is high quality and the company has a solid history of good business decisions. The changes they made this year were tough - they decided to exit DSD and changed the way they will be going to business. Many jobs were lost this year.
Kellogg's snacks managed all aspects of the business in each store - Walmart, Kroger, Target to name a few. We would write orders, merchandise the product, build displays and manage all product in each store - shelves and back room. We built solid working relationships with the stores and grew the business for many years. This format was very successful. This year Kellogg made many changes and the DSD format is going away. Now all product will be shipped to each companies WHS an taken care of by store employees.
The culture has always been strong. They care about their employees and its always been a place that focuses on work life balance.
Working with many great people, known products and company
Good place to work. Immediate managers are good to work for
Driver (Former Employee) – Warren, OH – July 19, 2017
Equipment is generally in Good shape, well maintained. Start times are early and run till around 2:00 to 3:00 in the afternoon. Delivered mainly cookies and crackers to grocery stores. All product on pallets.
Picker, Inventory (Former Employee) – Minooka, IL – July 19, 2017
picker with Kellogg products. fast paced environment. Using the RF scanner, would tell you the exact location and quantity you would have to pick. was with you every step of the way to make sure not to over-pick or pick the wrong location.
like that the RF scanner would tell you everything so it was fairly an easy job
I was inventory for a little while, the manager only needed me temporarily
Lots of travel and overnights to cover open routes and vacations. Some managers were not very qualified to manage themselves let alone others. The others I worked with tolerated the manager's shortcomings and performed their jobs expertly. Being away from home every week for 7 months was the hardest part of the job.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Worcester, MA – July 18, 2017
I absolutely loved my job and my boss! They really worked with me on my availability. Any time off I needed, I was given. I liked the scenery change of going from store to store. The only downside was, I was part time, so no company car. So I racked up a ton of miles on my car.