line worker (Former Employee), Tracy ca – July 9, 2015
Pros: new experience..
Cons: short breaks, unstable job, discrimination
Well where do I even begin...this place is horrible for anyone who doesn't speak Spanish all that well. Im half Mexican and English is my first language and I know a some Spanish enough to know when ppl were talking about me. I was bullied and sent to do the slave work that no one wanted to do I guess because I wasn't "Mexican enough". They work you so hard non stop with really short breaks and you end up standing on your feet all day in a 30 degree freezer pretty much frozen to death doing overtime constantly all for minimum wage...
General Laborer (Former Employee), Salinas, CA – July 6, 2015
Pros: Good people, professional and friendly environment.
Cons: Physically demanding and repetitive.
I worked processing lettuce. The work was physically demanding and repetitive. The people I worked with were very friendly and hard working. The company was very committed to maintaining high standards of cleanliness and safety.
Maintenance Tech II / III (Current Employee), Smyrna, TN – June 24, 2015
I have learned a lot with this company. Our maintenance teem is great. We work well together as a teem. Each of us have our strong suit and our weakness. We utilize each others strong points to get the job done quickly and efficiently.
Shipping Clerk (Current Employee), Swedesboro, NJ – February 24, 2015
THEY HAVE JUST ANYONE WORKING here! treat employs poorly, low pay and head people are so mean to the workers! they have lots of people that are mexican and treat them like slaves! this place i have to work here cuz i can not find any other work at this time.... we work on line and bust our selfs cuz its a back breaking job but get no more then $8.00 and hr and have to go through a staffing place which this company really pays them $16 an hour for us so why cant we make the real money that we should be getting????
Work was busy on a daily basis and as a picker i enjoyed my time working for the company and the staff was quite diverse, but an enjoyable team. My issue arose when i took the position in shipping and receiving which was under new management and before taking the position of a forklift operator i made it a point to tell the manager that i had minimal experience and never acquired my certification, with that being said he took me on as a receiving fork lift operator. Everything was great up until safety became an extreme issue and they fired me on the spot after an incident i was involved in that to my knowledge was not wrong again because i was never trained.
Production Intern (Former Employee), Salinas, CA – December 17, 2014
Pros: rewards for good attendence . give-a-ways like jackets and other stuff
Cons: short breaks.
work flow is good there is enough work. i learned hard work pays off you will be notice and promoted. management is fair, they treat you with respect. co-workers are sneaky and get away with long breaks its such a inconvinence. the hardest part of the job is picking up after someone mess. and being the last one out the door.and waiting for those irresponsible child behaving cowards who come from lunch two hours later and tells you "take your lunch" what a heavy diaper they are. the most enjoyable part of the job is just going home after a long day
Productive workplace that offers a lot of overtime
Quality Technician (Current Employee), Swedesboro, NJ – November 22, 2014
Monitor all stages of the operational process from material handling, processing and packaging. Perform regular GMP inspections to insure area is always in compliance.Perform product and process evaluations at required frequencies by following the standard operation procedure (SOP).Establish and maintain harmonious teamwork relationships within the quality teams as well as in the plant.Cooperate and work with USDA Officials on a daily basis to insure the plant is up to SOP standard
Cons: work at 35 degree and in the shop at 90+ degree
A good place to work if you like winter, 35 degrees, gives you the ability to improve your ability as technician and mechanic like coming with new ideas and implementing this ideas on the production lines