SAP Implementation Team (Current Employee) – San Juan Bautista, CA – November 2, 2015
The process of moving all the antiquated legacy systems into SAP has been an arduous task. There are many milestones yet to accomplish with regard to old processes being replaced with newer and better ones, but with willing participants, the company should see the positive outcome sooner rather than later.
Growing business with high industry standards
Non-Management team shows reluctance to accept change -
fun place to work...managment always there to help you
Lead,shipping,receiving (Former Employee) – Mount Crawford, VA – September 14, 2015
very nice place to work at..if you work in the warehouse you will be getting from 48 to 72 hours weekly,,,most of the coworkers they are all willing to help you with any questions that may have about the job.,
This company is expanding at a very fast rate and it shows with poor decisions being made by upper management. A typical day would include Backing up VFD Parameters to our server to preserve them if something should go wrong with the VFD's. Also with constant change comes lots of commissioning of the new machines. Another thing done was adding in new flavors for the Markem-Imaje Box Coders.
LOGISTICS SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Broomfield, CO – December 29, 2014
One of the top companies to work for in Colorado. WhiteWave treats its employees well, and the culture it has created is the best I have ever seen. I would highly recommend this company to anyone out there who is interested in working for a company with a strong set of ideals and a very clear mission that is easy to stand behind.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Dallas – June 12, 2014
It is what it is: trendy and new plant under direction of a trendy and new company. There are some wonderful perks to the company that can be a joy to be a part of (mostly at the Corporate location), but there are many growing pains evident for both the plant and company in general. If you are a beginner- mid range professional searching for some new experiences, I would recommend looking into a job here as it's a great place with great people. However if you are a more seasoned professional looking for a place to plant and grow your career, I wouldn't recommend even pausing to take a glance, yet. Give them a couple years to get their feet wet and get some ducks in a row- one day this place (and company in general) will be awesome.
Overall: great products, mid range technology utilization, sub par people management. Every place has their "opportunities" though- certainly this company can stand up proudly to other big guys in the biz.
fun and lively company, great product market
little advancement/ growth, poor people management