New England Account Manager (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – February 16, 2017
Sales and marketing environment. excellent training and learning environment. I was able to gro with this company on many levels. I had many opportunities that I was able to take advantage of. I traveled and ac hieved many status awards while an emplyee.
Marketing Specialist (Current Employee) – Roswell, GA – July 8, 2016
This is an old school company in the 21st century. They're progressive while also keeping traditional values. They look out for their employees through things such as flexible schedules, summer hours, events, and have built a culture of accountability at the same time. The salaries are at or above par. This company treats their employees right.
Forklift Operator/General Laborer (Former Employee) – Beech Island, SC – July 5, 2016
There was a lot of walking to get to your area in this job. Never seemed to be anywhere close to the parking lot. Always really loud just about anywhere you were besides the break room. The shift rotation was not consistent at all. Very disruptive.
Good benefit package, very safe and comfortable working environment, the hardest part of the job is initially learning the complex machinery and worki
Production Associate (Current Employee) – Jenks, OK – June 30, 2016
Good benefit package, very safe and comfortable working environment, the hardest part of the job is initially learning to operate the complex machinery and working the rotating days to nights, If I did not have to work nights I would have stayed there forever!
production worker (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – May 12, 2016
it was a fun work environment dealing with customers which taught me to be more customer friendly ,also I learned people skills. management was good just felt the pay could have been better considering our responsibilities .
OSL (Operation Shift Lead) (Current Employee) – LaGrange, GA – May 5, 2016
Great place to work. They always put the customers first. Management is good they do care about the Employees. My co-workers were all team players and very supportive of my new Lead roll. I enjoy being part of the leadership, but most of all I enjoy being part of a great team.
Mechanical Engineer III (Former Employee) – Roswell, GA – April 27, 2016
Best project management teams on the planet. Great people, great products, and healthy environment. This is a great place for an Engineer to start and finish a career with plenty of opportunity to grow.
Quality Management Specialist (Current Employee) – Neenah, WI – April 25, 2016
Overall, K-C is a good company. However; opportunities for advancement are quite limited. Advancement opportunities are usually reserved for millennial employees who rarely stay with the company for more than 5 years,
Kimberly Clark is a great place to work. They value diversity and leverage it to make their company world class. K-C employees often stay for the length of their career due to the world-class atmosphere, benefits and values.
Maintenance Swing E/I Technician (Current Employee) – Marinette, WI – April 14, 2016
Offers many opportunities to grow and develop in my field. Once you show competence/skill and ambition, you have a voice in future development and plans, so long as they fall within corporate standards (in my case, using Rockwell Automation as opposed to other control systems). Very open to allowing me to make improvements to equipment with reasonable justification.
Training opportunities, trust is given when earned
Overtime, leadership is tenative/weak in mid level positions
Temp service (Former Employee) – Conway, AR – March 16, 2016
A typical day at work putting tampons in box . I learned how to work around negative co workers also how to work faster then usual on a busy days. Management was okay there they didn't care what happened as long you was there. My co workers was always angry cause they didn't think the pay rate fit the work which it didn't working 12 hours only getting 8 dollars an hour. Hardest part of the job is to meet the daily expectations without half of the crew members. The most enjoyable part of that job was going home early.