Executive Assistant to VP Global Communications (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – June 15, 2016
Enjoyed the culture at Kimberly-Clark very ,very much. Management is top notch and they care about their employees/talent. As a value employee you are invested in by being encouraged to further and sharpen your skills. Compensation is competitive and benefits are great.
The only reason I left was due to the fact that I had to take care of my 82 year old parent. Would have stayed until retirement.
Pay is competitive & benefits are great. Team culture is nurtured, as a team member you will be invested in. Great place to work!
There are times of high level stress and possible long hours
The position allowed you to speak conversationally to your contacts in order to obtain your goals.
Sr. Marketing Representative (Former Employee) – Newtown Square, PA – November 5, 2014
Contact existing and potential customers to schedule meeting with Kimberly-Clark Reps. I also did research, data entry to Excel spreadsheets, Internet explorer using numerous sites to research customers and potential customers by contacting the correct department head.
Working hours always the same Inclement weather allowances and programs including bonuses
Assembler (Former Employee) – Draper, UT – February 26, 2014
Fast pasted work environment where I learned about the product itself not only that but learned to know of the importance of it, being that it was a medical product that would be used to help and cure people, with that it was highly important to send out quality product. And by doing this learned to appreciate and be proud of what I was doing and sending to our customers.
Fantastic people work for KIMBERLY-CLARK CORPORATION
KCPzone Channel Manager (Former Employee) – Roswell GA – April 15, 2013
Very flexible with schedules. Worked from home at least one day a week - and half days the others most co-workers are fantastic I have learned something from all of my managers except for my last one who was too inexperienced and young for the position that he was put in. He was overwhelmed - but all other managers have been fantastic.
Retired Paper Maker (Former Employee) – Mobile, AL. – January 9, 2013
A typical day at work started with comunicating with on shift process leader about the machine orders, placement of crew on jobs needs, consulting management of any manpower or production problems if I needed assistance or breakdown help. The best part was My crew , the hardest was shift work 24/7.
Delivery/ Customer Service (Former Employee) – Menands, NY – December 18, 2012
daily work, learned alot of new things , managment was the owner very nice peple. My coworkers were nice but not so motivated as me. The hardest part of my job was trying to have people be as motivated as me! i loved the work!