Pay is up to market standards, but expect to not have a great work/life balance. Hourly workers do 12 hour days, 4-5 days per week. Full-time employees are doing a minimum 50 hour work week, with most weeks being around 55 hours (no overtime). Also, don't expect pay raises if you're hourly - they keep people at the same rate across the board so the people who have worked there 15 years make the same amount as those who started 3 months ago if they're doing the same job.
Most of the people are nice, but the culture has some flaws in it as well. There is a lot of people putting each other down in a joking manner, primarily due to the personalities at the top of management.
Overall, very different than the majority of Nestle workplaces. Nestle in most areas of the business do not have this kind of culture and is generally a wonderful company to work for.
good people, good pay
poor work/life balance, poor job security, sub-par culture