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Kimberly-Clark United States Employee Reviews

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nice enviroment
machine operator (Former Employee), Chester, PAOctober 14, 2014
Pros: free product
Cons: short breaks
staying awake at night hardest part. enjoyed the crew and management
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Gossip, Back stab, Complain, Repeat
Machine Operator (Current Employee), New Milford CTOctober 9, 2014
Don't get trapped by the money... this place will suck the life out of you. I've never been trapped with so many miserable two faced people for 12 long treacherous hours each day. Taking this job has been the worst mistake of my life and I hope to God I find a way out soon. Don't sell your soul for money.
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Large corporation at many interesting locations
Mechanical Engineer (Former Employee), Beech Island, SCOctober 7, 2014
Pros: decent pay and career advancement available
Cons: management rotates frequently
Good company to work for. Really good co-workers. Kimberly-Clark really values safety.
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Very Safe Environment
Kimberly-Clark Corporation posted net sales (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXSeptember 27, 2014
Pros: free lunches, safe environment
Cons: not enough volume, shut down in june
Very Safe place to work. Management was down to earth, Always concerned about employees.
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Good place to work for the most part
Material Handler (Current Employee), UtahSeptember 24, 2014
Pros: paid lunches, good benefits, lot of free product
Cons: tour work, favoritism
This is a pretty good company to work for with a few exceptions. There tends to be some favoritism when promoting internally and the tour work is hard to get used to. There are many temporary positions that allow employees to gain different types of experience while working there.
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Productive
Laborer/Packer (Current Employee), Beech Island, SCSeptember 9, 2014
Pros: breaks
Cons: short hours
very productive and a fast pace enviroment , very easy going and easy work.
workers are easy to get along with and get the job done.
supervisors show us what needs to be done and help out as much as they can
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A good paying company but too many politics
Logistics Operator (Former Employee), Chester, PASeptember 5, 2014
the hourly rate with this warehouse job was good. The worker's morale was almost always down due to constant union threats of jobs being laid off by upper management.
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Marketing, Sales & Business Development (Former Employee), Milwaukee, WIAugust 29, 2014
A global company with great opportunities. Overall a great company to work for.
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Awesome place to work with plenty of job movement
Global Sectors, Marketing and Innovation Intern (Current Employee), Neenah, WIAugust 22, 2014
Kimberly-Clark is a great place to work. There are plenty of opportunities to move and advance within the company. The work/life balance is really motivating and they care about their employees.
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Its a job
shift Operator (Former Employee), Belmont MichiganAugust 18, 2014
Pros: easy jobs, work monday through thursdays
Cons: not paid enough
It was a job it is now bought over by another company. Do the same things, working for different people. Assembly, machine running, boxing things up. It was money.
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'good ole white boy' corporate culture
minion (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 27, 2014
they knew about the contaminated tampon products before the recall; they would just rather market product for profit rather than do the right thing.

folks more focused on furthering their careers rather than doing their jobs.

incompetent folks sitting in senior leadership.

HR enables the incompetency rather than train managers.
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great place to work with chance to advance
Crane Operator (Former Employee), Chester, PAJuly 21, 2014
Pros: vacation & benefits, co-workers, comraderie
Cons: company policies & lack of union involvement for workers on fmla
great place to work.
it was shift work, so on each shift we did something different which was good.
Starting out unloading railcars & loading machines.
Ended up running Cranes & forklifts, scissors & other machinery.
Learned how to feed pulper & paper mills.
Hardest part was not being able to return after a medical leave.
Most enjoyable part was coming to work everyday and learning.
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Security Officer (Former Employee), Atlanta, GAJuly 19, 2014
Pros: giving me the opportunity
Cons: management didnt exist
Entry level in unarmed security. No room for advancement. Management was learning on the fly, there was 3 Security Managers during my tenure. Nothing was hard about the job. Typical day check about ten building, report to the control room.
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Productive and fun work place that values safety
Machine Operator (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJuly 10, 2014
Great place to work. Have worked there for more than 30 years until the plant closed down.
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Productive and a great learning experience for over 30 years.
Machine Technician (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJuly 10, 2014
Overall, a good company to work for especially dealing with machinery and many coworkers.
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Very nice place to work!!
Machine Operator (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJuly 4, 2014
Pros: this company was for it's employees
Cons: some people wanted to do things their way instead of the way it was taught
Safety was a number one rule and I liked that this company cared about it's employees before money. The team helped each other when short-handed but everyone knew their roles and responsibilities for their positions. The management team was very effective and understood what it took for all employees to be just as effective by training, in-services, and evaluations. CBT's were given each month for every employee to complete which kept everyone on top of any changes or keeping current on the production floor.
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Good first company
Product Developer (Former Employee), Appleton, WIJune 25, 2014
Cons: too much gossip between upper management
Worked around 40-45 hrs a week in a international position. The people were friendly but I did not enjoy the type of work I was doing. Learned how to plan studies and run a trial in a mill.
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I would still be at Kimberly Clark if that hadn't of closed the plant
Machine Operator (Former Employee), Everett, WAJune 23, 2014
Kimberly-Clark, the Winder operator ran four machines at once and the Bundler operator ran two machines at once, all machines ran at high speed. It was challenge to keep all the machines running in accord and producing a quality product.

I started at Kimberly-Clark as a Material Handler driving a fork, prong, paddle trucks delivering product to the winders and through the five years I was employed their I was able to take classes to learn how to be a Winder and Bundler Operator and was promoted through the ranks.

Everyone on my shift all worked well together. If a machine were down other operators would offer their assistance.

The hardest part of the job was keeping everything running and the best was, keeping everything running.

Once you worked on a machine for a while you started to learn there quirks so that is when it started to get easy but you always had to produce quality product safely and meet you daily budget.

I would still be at Kimberly Clark if Corporate had not closed the plant.
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Laboratory Technician (Former Employee), San Antonio, TXJune 22, 2014
This company could use more knowledge on the operations of the labs within their own company.
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Productive enviorment
Shipping and Receiving Coordinator (Former Employee), Lexington, NCJune 16, 2014
Great coworkers, Great place to learn new things with shipping and receiving.

About Kimberly-Clark

Kimberly-Clark engages in worldwide manufacturing and marketing of a wide range of products for personal, business and industrial – Read more

Kimberly-Clark Salaries

Forklift Operator
$12.00 per hour
Machine Operator
$50,000 per year
$10.93 per hour
Packers
$7.99 per hour
Forklift Operator
$40,000 per year