Hop in your car. Follow your daily schedule. Drive to the one of your many daily destinations. Merchandise or go over sales for the store. Leave product in store presentable and ready for customers Then, off to the next store.
Machine operator (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – November 18, 2017
Great place to work. If your scared of more than 40 hours, if you value social life, if you want weekends and holidays off DON'T APPLY. If your gonna cry like a baby if you have to work over 8 hours, DON'T APPLY. Seen lot of grown men cry like little girls when told they getting forced for additional 8 hours. Overall good place to work . Just leave your pacifier and baby blanket at home and be prepared to work.
Processing Operator (Current Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – November 15, 2017
The plant isnt to bad other then the 16hr force once a week and a divided union. The managment team is ok at best and are lost on what is going on most of the time. The people at HQ look down on the plant people when ever there is interaction. Family time while working here will be little to none as you work 7 days a week and will be forced into a second 8 hr shift. If money is what drives you this is the place if start to hire they are cutting jobs.
Sales/Merchandiser (Former Employee) – La Palma, CA – November 15, 2017
I enjoyed the job ,I likes my boss, but I was laid off due to the grocery strike .They laid off the employees that were fairly new! I had a sales rout I went from store to store doing the ordering and puting products up to the shelves,also customer service.
Was a good company to work for,typical day at work fast paste sort of stressful.Management for most part okay,the work atmosphere was really every man for him or her self.hardest part about the job was the force overs to work another shift 16hrs no choice out of nowhere.Best part of the job time off 7 days a week plus two forces time off was a blessing.
Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – October 31, 2017
I really loved what I was doing. My day start around 5 in the morning until the job gets done,.my morning started talking with the managers about the merchandise, delivery, displays and promotions for the months.
Manager of HR Department (Former Employee) – Kansas – October 30, 2017
Traditional HR duties for a unionized workforce of 400+. Ever changing project work from corporate office that required integration into busy daily assignments. Good technical support. Excellent use of latest software and HR systems.
Daily face to face contact with plant personnel and front line supervision. Available to coordinate spontaneous ER issues.
Daily participation with leadership team for high level decisions and operational direction..
Never dull. Constant challenge. Moving targets.
Overburdoned with corporate driven programs, requirements and nationwide phone meetings.