Utility Worker (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 7, 2017
• Watched for problems such as pile-ups, jams, or glue that isn't sticking properly. • Start machine by engaging controls, stop or reset machines when malfunctions occur, clear machine jams, and report malfunctions to a supervisor • Weighted and measured ingredients and unloaded product as a Mixer Helper in the Mixing Department
can be forced up to work 8 hour overtime per day up to 6 days week.
Sales Service Representative (Current Employee) – Hutchinson, KS – February 3, 2017
Get up about 4. Go in and get the product ready for customers to buy. I have learned how to correctly face products for the customer to have a desire to purchase. Management is great have gotten emails and texts saying how great the store looks and how they appreciate my hard work. Learning to self manage time. Hardest part of job is getting up at 3:30am. Working with the people
only part-time no benefits, vacation or profit sharing
Sales Service Representative (Former Employee) – Horsham, PA – February 2, 2017
Mondelez states you can advance in your career, but you honestly cannot. The job drains you mentally and physically. The management are nice and friendly, however, merchandisers put in the most work. The workplace is nice because you are going into different stores to put up product. Everyday is a new challenge which I absolutely loved.
Great company really bad managers here in Austin Texas.
SENIOR SALES AND MERCHANDISING REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – January 30, 2017
Great products, easy to sell but really bad managers, they don't care about the employee specially here in Austin, they don't work with the partner... always busy doing nothing, long long long hours, but overall its a great company just need to changes several managers. If you want to grow with the company go somewhere else.!!!!
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 23, 2017
- Stocking, production line - I learned to keep safety first at all times - Management kept safety as priority - Workplace culture, making sure everybody leave the way they came to work - Hardest part of the job was to keep the production line stocked - The most enjoyable part of the job was to maneuver around the job.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Harrisburg, PA – January 17, 2017
Pros Over all the job was a great experience. Account reps were incredible people to work for. The freedom and independence made it the type of employment idea for someone who was self motivated like myself.
Cons This company has unfair and bias rules when it come to protecting the employee. the company cares more about their customers which leads me to believe they care about money more than anything.
Driver/Delivery (Former Employee) – Glastonbury, CT – January 7, 2017
I was an employee for 40 and a half years, driver. When we had good management, the place ran like a well oiled machine, but the past decade has produced very poor management. Lack of people skills creates the lowest moral going. There was a time when a manager would ask almost the impossible, and we would deliver, and just about dare them to even try and bury us in work. We all stepped up. Now, I'm glad I'm out. Left before I was 62 because of the very poor management. Would still be there. I was union, but was known as MR. NABISCO.All company, but would have been fired had i stayed.The thought that "those that work, will" and the slackers get a free ride, doesn't sit well with dedicated employee. I do not see a great future for this company, but it once was a Great place to work, and a great company. Bring back the old biscuit, they were better times, and money was made, and employees mattered!
lots of walking and reparative lifting more than a 12hr shift lots overtime management could be better you use a voice pick with a head set you take turns throwing or building pallets and loading them into 18 wheeler