Transportation Service and Capacity Analyst (Former Employee) – Wilkes-Barre, PA – February 14, 2018
There are always committee to plan for many activities like soccer games, soft ball, etc. However, I think this is sometimes too much; people should spend enough time at their desk making hard decisions and adding value to shareholder money.
Some good people to work with
Backbiting, unfair promotion practices, incapable are promoted, etc.
Sales Service Representative (Former Employee) – Addison, IL – November 16, 2017
I loved working here but it was brutal on my car driving everywhere. You only reimburse for your miles when a regular Sales Rep but if you had my job sales service then you wasn't reimburse. The pay was amazing.
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – West Lebanon, NH – November 15, 2017
Went through 2 area managers in the matter of a few months. Never knew what you were doing the next day until sometimes 11 at night. Wont pay for all hours worked. They also hold back on your mileage, will cut about 100 miles off every week that you should have been paid. Also will call while you are working to have you drive to another town and cover for bosses who were too hungover to work. The place had the most uneducated back woods employees working for them. It's not worth it. They hire high school dropouts to be the new bosses for the ones who have all quit.
Pilot Plant Technician (Former Employee) – Whippany, NJ – October 31, 2017
Mondelez Pilot Plant Technician role was very stressful and tiring. There were plenty of breaks during the work day, but the work was very tiring. Many times I would stay after the regular hours to finish my work. My apron and work clothes would get a beating during the day. Sometimes I would ask for more time off and breaks and usually I would not be allowed. There was a lot of noise, steam and smoke from the operating machines. There was a lot of machine inventory that needed to be organized and cleaned regularly.
Procurement Manager (Current Employee) – East Hanover, NJ – October 25, 2017
Environment is changing and is a stressful environment with cost cutting. Work life balance is diminishing. The organization is lean and there are too many responsibilities for the number of employees in NA.
Logistic Router/Processor, Customer Care Rep II (Current Employee) – Wilkes-Barre, PA – October 18, 2017
You work until your job is complete, regardless of how many hours. System issues are constant which cause for very long hours. Management is very rarely on site during our work hours - which can cause chaos, but can be less stressful - it is a catch 22 issue.