Sr. Operations and Capture Manager (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – November 15, 2015
Top-notch work environment and leadership the majority of my time at the company. Challenging, difficult work brought the best out in most employees ... and keep the adrenalin flowing! Competing for multimillion dollar Defense contracts was thrill and made teamwork, communication and trust tantamount. The work/family balance was not ideal due to the type of work being done and the required deadlines and effort of work. This was NOT a 40-hour work week, home with mom/dad and the kids every weekend. My typical day during times we were writing proposals was 70-80 hours a week, with more than a few Saturdays and Sundays thrown in for good measure. Hard work ... long hours ... but rewarding!
Challenging but rewarding work...
Long hours and time away from family, Communication was not always accurate, Not always complete or helpful, Efforts were made/being made to fix the problem.
Bulk Unloader (Current Employee) – Kansas City, KS – November 30, 2015
great for change if you like moving around at a company but lots of forced overtime and low morale all supervisors use the same I should write you up tactic for any infraction no matter how large or small
Caual on call work is interesting. You meet alot of new people.
Casual on call temp. (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – November 28, 2015
Sweep floors, dump cereal fines bins from under conveyers, Clean equipment as part of sanitation. report to Supervisor or lead as required. Management was nice. They really never knew one on call from the other. Co workers I only knew the ones I was trained with. They were nice. Hardest part of the job. Was not knowing whom your Supervisor was. Usually met with the leads for area worked. Leads do the on the job training or have a full time worker show what is to be done.
Manager, Ethics & Compliance (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – November 23, 2015
A typical day for me would include triage of ethics inquiries, concerns and allegations; responding to standard company policies as it relates to the Global Code of Ethics; Sharepoint sites maintenance; designing eLearning modules; administering training campaigns to a global audience; designing eLearning modules in multiple languages. Working closing with various vendors contracted by our department.
Big company, small town. Excellent work/life balance, compensation, and culture.
Director (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – November 20, 2015
Organization is Very resistant to change, insular and bureaucratic. Lots of tactical activities...leadership lacks strategic vision and capabilities to transform the 'old' sleepy company to a winning CPG organization. Company does not invest in talent, no real career paths.
Low hanging fruit, good pay, good benefits, great work-life
Lacks diversity, strategic focus and career development
Administrative Support (contractor) (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – November 17, 2015
Very good company my daily duties included faxing and filing and updating database with scheduling My co-worker was my boss very nice lady hardest part of the job was the filing it was intense most enjoyable part of the job was the people interacting with them was fun
Oven Operator; Arc-all cleaner (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – November 17, 2015
Great work place with supportive management and team work. Emphasis on team work and safety. The best part of the job was the working environment, cross training, and being part of an illustrious team.
Sales Manager (Current Employee) – La Palma, CA – November 6, 2015
This is a good job for anyone who can work on their own and remain motivated. The only two reasons I am searching elsewhere is because I want out of the grocery industry and the commute to my territory has become rather taxing.
make your own hour (to an extent), freedom, good pay
your phone rings after business hours and on weekends
lot of over time hardly no time offlot of over time hardly no time off. good group of co-worker to work with. not alot of issuse wiht them. ,
Supervisor of Operations (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – November 4, 2015
lot of over time hardly no time off. good group of co-worker to work with. not alot of issuse wiht them. ,Lot of walking a checking to ensuse that everone is safe ad that a good quailt produt is being makd.. ensure that producton is meet
Unfortunately I connot say it is a great place to work in the department I work in.
Crew Scheduler (Current Employee) – Muncy, PA – October 27, 2015
The pay is good but you work a lot of hours. My co-workers are easy to get along with and enjoyable to work with. The department I work in has a high turnover of employee's therefore it requires us to work a lot of extra hours. Also if there is someone out on vacation in the department we have to cover them by working double hours with in a week.
mandatory work hours doesn't let much time for family