Independent Business Owner (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – January 3, 2018
Harassment and constant coaching to achieve something that is unrealistic. Don't be swayed on how much you can make there. Not worth the hassle. Unless you are able to sell in multiple displays and multiple accounts that will actually let you, you will not make much. You have to spend hundreds a month just to have the job, special insurance, gas and not to mention all credits come our of your pay.
Independent Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – November 13, 2017
Bought into the business as a franchise when I first started they asked me to do a lot of sales but I end up being a delivery man . I never make enough money during the week to run a business when it became tax time we pay more taxes than we made I had to buy vehicles to run the business to box trucks try to split the territory app
Its a very fare place to work and the pay is decent
Warehouse/driver (Current Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – October 10, 2017
its a very cool place to work and my manager is for the most part very fare and hard working as well . the trucks, forklift and other equipment you will use is well kept for the most part . The pay and benefits are decent
Order Picker and lift operator (Former Employee) – Melbourne, FL – October 4, 2017
normal day would be loading and unloading of trucks , stocking material via Forklift. busy environment , fast paced but day went fast , awesome coworkers and Vendors , was a job thru a temp agency, never hired me on permanently . was very close to home , weekends off
Management is working to improve things at Lance. Heat and dehydration are the main complaint among employees. Also, 12 hour shifts may sound great to some but when you have a distance to drive there is no way to get enough sleep on the 3 day weekends.
Snyder's Lance has positioned itself as a better snacking company and is competing well with major companies such as Frito Lay. However, there has been enormous change and transition over the past several years. Integration of several acquisitions is still on-going and causing some mis-alignment across departments and functions. Overall, the talent level is very good and the culture is friendly. If you are considering Snyder's Lance, you need to be open to ambiguity and change.
Associate (Current Employee) – Hanover, PA – August 18, 2017
Snyders lance is a good place to work for if you enjoy manufacturing jobs. the work is pretty fast pace and the hours can be long. the benefits are about average as anywhere else in the area but the pay is good plenty of overtime
Tech Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Hanover, PA – July 25, 2017
The hours were very considerable with a home life. The ability to work from home had it's perks. I came into the company with very little education and limited experience but I was kindly treated as an equal among my fellow peers and management. I learned a vast amount of skills that I can bring to the table for my next IT work environment. If they had not needed to downsize the company I would still be gladly working for them and continuing to expand my knowledge.
Working remotely, flexible schedule, good amount of PTO/Vacation, paid holidays, and discounts on products
They cut job positions and have to rebuild financially
Do not work here....this employer will RUN your life. They'll call you in at the last minute and put you on the schedule to work 40+ days in A ROW. They only care about their bottom line. You'll be a salve!
Discount on products
Many...no Work Life Balance; you'll feel like a machine
Packer (Former Employee) – Ashland, OH – June 19, 2017
Employees are wonderful. Great hard working people. Managment is HORRID. They don't care about the people below them in the slightest. Stay far away! Not even worth the money. Not to mention your home life revolves around this place.
Warehouse Coordinator (Former Employee) – Johnson City, TN – January 13, 2017
Start the day unloading trailers of product, sorting, stacking and rotating product. Ordering product , talking to IBO's and trying to get feel for the market conditions as information was slow getting to the warehouse as to what was coming up next. Learned how to operate all types of equipment, and building racking for pallets. Management was only looking to cut expenses to get the bonus and then complain about why the shape of things was always in need of upgrades and repair. The co-workers were nice as long as you didn't ask for help on anything. The hardest part of the job was keeping stock at levels needed for the daily changes to IBO's roles and the managers that would order a month supply one week, and then nothing for the next three weeks. The best part was helping the IBO's with their needs and trying to get their businesses growing.