Supervisor/Production (Current Employee), Hope, AR – October 7, 2015
Very good company to work for. Company has great benefits and home and work life balance. Fun place to work, environment is very friendly. team members are sometimes receptive to whats being implemented and management is very strong and knowledgeable about the business.
Management of workers compensation cases (Current Employee), Joslin, Il – October 6, 2015
The direction of the nursing staff is to provide quality care to all team members. The nursing staff deals with not only occupational but non-occupational issues for each team member with a very diverse culture.
Evis (Former Employee), Noel, MO – October 5, 2015
Pros: Great coverage
Cons: hard conditions to work in, upset people, bi-polar air conditioning
You work long hours and get an okay pay for it, but the people are interviewed enough to try to work out all the bugs so there are a lot of arguments and people come and go fast. Not very many people stay for long periods of time. It is hard work depending where you work and can sometimes be degrading.
High pressure environment, though fun when I was there.
industrial maintenance technician and second lead (Former Employee), Sedalia, mo. – September 29, 2015
Pros: Fast paced, overall good crew to work with.
Cons: high pressure, production management.
When a line was down, there was extreme pressure on the maintenance department to get it 'up and running'. Our supervisor would most often back up our decisions though, and was concerned with more than just the bottom line.
Static Scale Operator WOG Line (Former Employee), Waldron, AR – September 23, 2015
Pros: job security
Cons: lots of standing and repetitive motion
There was no a-typical day at work, everyday was a new thing. Very fast paced. Supervisors had a very hard job keeping with with a very large line and keeping everything going. Team work played a very big role in this position.
Flow Through Mechanic (Current Employee), Waterloo, IA – September 14, 2015
Pros: Nice Cafe
Cons: Tough Hours
Fast paced work environment with a safety oriented management team. The most enjoyable aspect of the job is learning from my co-workers. There was always something different to each day, it never got monotonous.
Manifester clerk (Former Employee), Buena Vista Ga – September 10, 2015
Pros: Birthday Holiday with pay.
Cons: Two 30 minute lunch break
Entering product into a database for shipping. Knowing codes for products, so you can have a speedy process. Good communicating skills with employess to improve business skills. HR involvement with team members for coworker achievement in the company.
Forklift/Microwave Operator/Scaler II (Current Employee), Dallas, TX – September 9, 2015
Typical day at work starts at 5:00 am. My job has 2 post as a scaler the front and 1 post in the back. The post in the back weighs the pepperoni racks as they are received in the line. Once they are weighed and tagged they are pushed on the rail line to the other person that is in the back. Hardest part of the job would be filling both lines with racks to be used by the guys hanging the pepperoni. The most enjoyable part of my job is just knowing that the meat has gotten out to the cookhouse to be cooked.