Certified QSF practitioner (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA – August 8, 2016
This is a good paying job, but this company has little or no interest in letting you have a personal life. Working there expect long hours and hard labor intensive jobs. Don't expect any holidays off. If you get injured expect the supervisors to treat you like you have the plague. The will work you till your body fails you, then discard you telling you it was your fault you got hurt. At this company you are just a number no personal value to your work. But it pays well with good benefits
Machine Operator/Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Tracy, CA – July 5, 2016
No Family life unless your 8-5 kinda guy sitting at a desk Very confusing at times most people speak figgure of speach can never say whats really going on😒 Supervisors try making friends with employees just to go give managers info/gossip very anoying place to work Getting tired of the riddles people talk cant be reall & say they corrupt. Maybe there wouldnt be so much poverty violence in the streets if sum one would come fix all these out of hand plants. Should all be EQUAl opertunity employeers sad to say they not. Money hungry people hogging all the work management Just likes certain people in certain departments.
Maintenance Supervisor (Current Employee) – CO – March 31, 2016
I've loved my time at Leprino Foods. With the right attitude as an employee you'll really be successful and have a lot of opportunity for growth. My only complaint, which will be similar with any other manufacturing company, are the "old school" managers. Times have changed and you need to accept that.
Operations Analyst- Skill Relief (Former Employee) – Tracy, CA 95376 – August 12, 2016
This Leprino Foods company was a great place to work for. It offered great benefits for my family that was growing when I first started. I have retired from this company and appreciate the services offered and pay scale that was given for the various positions. I can use the valuable skills learned and can carry them over to the new career possibilities in IT.
QE Lab Technician (Current Employee) – Roswell, NM – February 2, 2015
The company as a whole is great... but they don't realize that over working employees is detrimental to quality and safety. They internal job bidding is more about who likes who rather than who is best qualified. So when hired in, you are limited to the possibility of actually bidding out or career advancement, because if you don't know people or have friends in the plant, you won't
They have excellent benefits and good pay, but honestly working 12 hour shifts 3 days and then off a day to come back and work 2 more leaves very little family time!
And the fact that there are so many people that fall into little groups, clicks, or gangs.... they get to where they bully others and make the job unbearable.
great benefits... good pay
bad management, poor attendance policies, horrible staffing
Parts room Attendant (Current Employee) – Lemoore, CA – September 30, 2015
I have great respect for this department and the people who run the utilities for this plant. I learned so much working in this position and was lucky enough to be the person who created the position. My responsibilities by the end of my time in this position extended well into the planning and scheduling of the jobs and technicians daily, weekly, monthly, and training. I was responsible for most of the APSM (Ammonia Process Safety Management) Program. This was a challenging position as I knew nothing about ammonia or how it controlled heat and cooling of plants and machinery. I had to learn this process in a very short time and attended several RITA training programs to aid me in this. As I became more knowledgeable in the process it was very easy to ease into the roll of planner/scheduler when needed, which I did for 1 1/2 years. I really struggled leaving this position and if I had to do again I think I would have stayed longerl
freedom to create programs, spreadsheets, and reports that fit my style
not compensated for the amount of work I was doing
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Lemoore, CA – April 25, 2016
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Great Job security, Worst manufacturing plant I've ever worked in
Maintenance Dept. (Former Employee) – Greeley CO – August 31, 2012
The culture, values and management at the Greeley facility are among the worst I've ever seen. You've never seen lazy unless you have worked here. The security of the Job is great, very little chance for advancement, if your friend isn't placed above you will not have much of a chance to move up. Pay is mediocre, benefits are not that great for being such a large company. I highly recommend working anywhere else. Make this your last option, you will be disappointed with your job at the Greeley Facility.
Prime Operator (Former Employee) – Lemoore, CA – May 22, 2014
I really did enjoy my job and just did not enjoy working the grave yard shift considering that I have children and I really never got any sleep. I did though learn a lot about cheese. My typical night would be coming to work and dressing in then go to a meeting and talk about what we are working on and stretch out and then I would go to my machine and get the person that was there input on how the machine worked for them and if there was any problems that I needed to watch for and then I would take over and they would go home. I would help others out if needed and then I was also involved in safety environment so then I would do my checks and report it back to the safety management. then I would give my input on how my machine ran to the next person that would come in and then go home.
insurance is graeat and we would get a small raise ounc in a while
working grave yard shift and not getting enough sleep