Safety (Former Employee) – Ontario, OR – January 21, 2018
I left after 14 years because after the merger between 3G and Heinz things have continued to go down hill. 3G micromanages our managers and implements stupid unrealistic goals and rules that make it even more difficult for people to do their jobs. I loved working for Heinz they were amazing but the factory has went down hill and we can't even keep employees or get new employees because of it. This used to be the place to work in our area but not anymore. I loved my manager and all of my coworkers but I couldn't stand by and watch the place I had come to love that was my 2nd home for so many years go down hill any longer. I now work for a company that values it's employees and gives us the tools we need to do our jobs correctly.
Human Resources Coordinator (Former Employee) – Norcross, GA – January 18, 2018
Kraft Foods was a great company to work with. They provided great benefits and was diverse. The manager took time to encourage and lift employees up. The had great bonuses and benefits.I love working with the people at Kraft and the benefits they offered.
Kraft Heinz has a long term vision for the next three months.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 18, 2018
The ripple effect from the 3G directed merger between Kraft and Heinz is still negatively affecting operations. The bonus structure claims to be a meritocracy, but performance is aggregated in such large groups that the results are meaningless.
Overall Kraft was a great place to work I loved my quality technician job its just the people you work with its always something. There was a lot of picking and harassment going on and when you go to the higher ups they pretty much could care less unless its pertaining to them. I really felt like no one had my back and I felt that there was always something going on so I could never just come to work and do my job. Mostly a lot of unnecessary mess going on! Sucks because I loved my job!
Breast Puller (Former Employee) – Newberry, SC – January 17, 2018
Kraft heniz is a far place to work. Good pay easy work at time more then 12 hours some days. Great benefits help pay for anything you wish for. Just need to show respect when hard work and long hours are done
Shipping & Receiving Supervisor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 13, 2018
I was a supervisor here with good pay and great work environment ethics. It was a manufacture company and management was good the owner of the company was a man with desire and enjoyed working for the people and helping them out.
Culture isn't very good, but if you keep your head down and do your job everything goes pretty well. The jobs are easy and time goes quickly if your stay busy. Sometimes required to work 60 hours a week.
Marbits (Former Employee) – Indiana – January 11, 2018
This place is good for people who don't have a family, don't care to see friends or want to be stuck in the same position for years. Half the people there are cool and the others seem to have a problem. I got hired in November and they had a lay off for almost 2 weeks without pay. They also don't have enough employees there so when a person calls off you get screwed last minute and have to stay or show up 4 hours early.
Working at Kraft was not all bad for me. Sometimes I would feel like it was to much to handle but then I would think about all the good this that came with the job. For example, I would get discounts for certain places and the pay was pretty good. Kraft is the place for some people but not so much for others
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Beaver Dam, WI – January 10, 2018
Was a great company to work for if they could get enough people to guarantee days off. Benefits and pay were/are above average for the area. If I could have gotten a set shift with set days I would have never left.