Production Worker (Current Employee) – Riceboro, GA – February 4, 2016
I have worked at snf nearly 10 years, the management is horrible. If you are a minority you will be hard trying to climb the corporate leader here. It is very much clique oriented (good Ole boy ). The schedule is southern swing which is 7days of 1st shift of 4 days 7days 3rd shift off 2, then 7days 2nd shift off 1day. You never get use to this schedule. If you are a family person this isn't the job for you. If you all about money and hardly any life then feel free. You will be worked hard with little to no appreciate or praise; unless you count a $300 annual Christmas bonus. If you are a person that plan on furthering your education this isn't the place for you
planning (Current Employee) – Riceboro, GA – January 8, 2016
The hours are great because you work 8am-5pm and are off every weekend, however the pay is horrible you get a measly 30 cents raise a year if that. I would not recommend any minority to ever work at this place. It is ran by the French and that says enough.
chemical plant (Former Employee) – Riceboro, GA – November 12, 2015
outstanding job to have' great work area; close to my home; outstanding co workers; great pay and many hours to work the job ended up being harmful because of the many chemicals that we had to deal with
Production Operator (Former Employee) – Pearlington, MS – October 18, 2015
Management is unprofessional and disconnect to hourly employees needs. Chain of command is non existent and used as a punishment tool. Training does not exist and consist of signing of documents daily without knowledge of actual information. Moral is the lowest it could possibly be to the point of disgruntled employees.
Management, Training, and overall work place moral.
Board Operator (Current Employee) – 1 Chemical Plant rd, riceboro, ga 31323 – September 26, 2014
I maintain and perform repetitive duties, to insure that productions is meet and exceeded. I've learned to be patient and calm even when it may look like everything is going wrong. management is alright at times and other times they are suspect. my coworkers are n the same boat as me so we are all on the same team. he hardest part of my job is troubleshooting the different systems. When I go home.
Trainer/ Process Improvement (Current Employee) – Riceboro, Georgia – July 15, 2014
This is a challenging job day to day. There is always excitement and every single day is different. I love the people that I work with. I am the only female in my plant so I work with all men. They all respect me but its not easy having to deal with the different attitudes. I am flexible and not easily angered so I have a blast.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Riceboro, GA – December 12, 2013
This place is the worst place I have ever worked. It is a billion dollar company but run like a "mom and pop" business. It is very clique oriented and if you are not in the "in crowd" you will not have any chance to move up in the company. The upper management is a joke, and make knee jerk reactions with little or no thought. The morale throughout the entire plant is just horrible, which leads to a very high turnover rate. Also the rotating schedule is very tough. You work a week on 1st, a week on 2nd, and a week on 3rd, then start over. It is a hard schedule. Also if someone calls out you are required to stay over and cover for them.