decent part time job full time is a different story
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – July 25, 2016
Worked there three and a half years mostly as a part time merchandiser then went full time I lasted three months as a full time employee they think they own you. They will tell you what you want to hear then do what they want. .
flexible schedules as a part time employee
benefits are ok. the pay could be more, management team questionable
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – August 28, 2016
Make sure you read the small letters also in the handbook! And don't fall for the 2 weeks immediate vacation , you have to earn it ...after 1 year yes you have 2 weeks. Poor management, confusion..... I wouldn't recommend to anyone.
it was good while it lasted but it was time for them to shut the doors on us. driving for them the manager was alright the pay was good the receivers was nice and it was good to work with them at the time while the door was open
Kellogg's has a high energy work force. In addition, it is a well-organized sales operation. My day consists of negotiating incremental sales with key decision makers in order to grow Kellogg's revenue. I've learned powerful negotiating skills, as well as sustaining strong client relationships. Management provides an excellent line of communication that enables clear company directives. My colleagues and I work closely together to share best practices that further enhance sales goals. Team work is a central part of the Kellogg culture. The most challenging part of my job is to find more stimulating opportunities that will further enhance my sales expertise. The most enjoyable part of my career is exceeding my sales goals which I've consistently done for the past 14 years.
Humany Resources (Former Employee) – Battle Creek, MI – February 23, 2017
Kellogg used to be a company concerned about its employees but sadly this is no longer the case. My job was outsourced a long with many others. There is option for advancement but you will be lucky if they don't do a reorganization for your department.
Each day varied with depending upon the business need at the moment. Never could plan the next day but the flexibility of work made it more interesting. Learned SAP Symphony in various modules and new excel functions.
MRO Relief, Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 11, 2016
Kelloggs is a great company to work for. I really enjoyed the Staff,and the work which I had to complete,with my job I was doing something different almost everyday, The duties were not hard but they were consistence so it made the day go by fast. I got to meet people from all walks of life. Kelloggs was my second home.
Operator 'A (Current Employee) – Seelyville, IN – August 3, 2016
Overall, the job isn't that bad. It's the lack of management support throughout the day that wears you down. Even most co-workers can't be relied upon to finish a simple task. It has become a very negative atmosphere to work in.