Area Sales Manager, West Coast (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – May 25, 2017
Marel is changing the way they go to market and has restructured the organization worldwide. these changes have created great change and the company will have issues for years to come because of it. They want to standardize their equipment with a product that is not standard. In the US fish are not farmed so they are not standard.
Construção Civil (Former Employee) – Ontario – July 3, 2017
O trabalho consistia em colocar paredes, fazer teto e passar massa nas paredes dos prédios . Eu nunca tive contato direto com a direção; o serviço era passado para mim pelo meu chefe, que pegava os trabalhos diretamente da empresa. Eu e meus colegas de trabalho trabalhávamos lado a lado, literalmente.Trabalhávamos sempre no mesmo andar, um ajudando ao outro. A parte mais difícil do trabalho era o desgaste físico, mas era prazeroso ver a evolução do trabalho.
LASER OPERATOR / MAINTENANCE TECH (Former Employee) – Gainesville, GA – June 13, 2017
this is a great place to work. the company really cares about their employees and they have great benefits. the culture is competitive but, if you are willing to work and do what is expected of you. you will do just fine at this plant.
Management needs to create realistic future plans supported by data
Manager (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – June 7, 2017
Not a healthy culture. Management avoids data and builds future plans on perceptions vs fact. Not a an over all professional environment and can be hostile and overly political. The teams have the perception they are only number to the management team.
Food Technologist (Current Employee) – Des Moines, IA – March 30, 2017
The corporate culture is very relaxed, at least stateside. Employees work hard and play hard. Managers genuinely care not just about the performance of their employees, but also their well-being and professional development.
Welder/Fitter (Current Employee) – Seattle, WA – March 19, 2015
Marel is a good place to really start your career, however I wouldn't recommend making a career out of Marel. I have worked with this company for a little over a dozen years now and I am starting to see all of the politics and well has shortfalls this company has. They pay moderately well, and the benefits are better than most companies I have worked for.
If you like working overtime this shop is for you, however there is a poor work/life balance. They believe that everything should be done at the last minute, and expect everyone to work overtime. You also have to be really good at understanding blueprints because most of the time you will be deciphering what was really meant to be drawn out.
free lunches on weekend work days
lots of overtime, no life outside of work, terrible management, the pay is a little lack luster