Challenges your current experience and provides you with new, applicable knowledge.
Accounts Receivable Specialist (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – September 8, 2016
In the Accounting Department, deadlines and change of priority were the normal, so every day at the office was different. This working experience taught me to manage my time wisely, multitask efficiently, and communicate with management. My co-workers were always upbeat and hungry to learn something new and we always encouraged each other to go the extra mile. The hardest part of the job was making sure that progress is not lost while working on other projects simultaneously. The most enjoyable part of this job was the interaction and collaboration with the Accounting Team and how the team itself made up such a large part of a shared goal.
great place to work, bad unprofessional upper management
Team Lead, Head Cook (Former Employee) – Lampasas, TX – August 24, 2016
* prep,cook, and send to the line 3,500lbs batches of filling * working at a very fast pace some days with NO lunch or No break when they would not stop the line * Management was absolutely horrible for the least, very unprofessional at times. Superintendent was very unspoken and had very little, to no people skills, and could not communicate very well at all on a professional Leval. * all coworkers would say I'm probably one of the most hard fast pace workers they have, I'm very precise and ahead of the game at all times, hate playing catch up, for the most and best part I got along with everyone never had a problem. * Trying to manage a professional composer with someone very much unqualified for the position they were in, and taking complete advantage of there position * I get a kick out of reading people and its hard waking up early in the mornings 1:45 but I was great at inspiring people to do, and get things done usually in a faster time and manner than normal.
I loved doing my job enjoyed it very much, it was hard work, days were fast and most of all I could just enjoy it I was good at my job.
Management was very hard to cope with. Other than that was an excellent job
Maintenance Mechainc (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – June 20, 2016
It started out alright and then went right into the toilet. The money is ok but the work hours and conditions are a joke. You are standing in pot sticker goo all day and then because you have to wait for sanitation to complete there job you get to stand around for about an hour or more and on top of that because you are not setting up the line that has to run management decides you need to start earlier so now you wait for almost 2 hours while sanitation cleans the equipment that needs to run and QA inspects the work. The problem is management you have almost no parts to speak of because it takes 6 weeks or more to get them from Japan. Also they do not know how to prioritize work. Work that should be done by outside contractors are done in house which in most cases you are risking your life to do. The steam piping system is a joke if you are not careful the pipe could break and now you and anyone around you is in a world of hurt. to get anything repaired by a licensed contractor is a joke. We as mechanics busted our collective butts for these people and they treated with disrespect. Sure every once in a great while they would make the token gesture and then turn around and work even more. If I had known what I know now I would never have worked for these people.
Senior Accountant Coordinator/ Payroll (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – April 27, 2016
Worked closely with VP Director Controller, Sales, Marketing, HR - run in house payroll for three locations- will run deduction variance report, benefit calculation report, time detail report, calculated hours, employee gross to net, payroll totals by pay group, Master payroll, and GL distribution summary report. Maintain all hours, all deductions, and taxes calculated accurately. Run checks and advices on a weekly basis. Any on demand checks requested by HR . Audit 401K, benefit elections, and vacation accruals. Uploaded ACH, process FSA/HSA payments, uploaded taxes, and uploaded 401K reported under Fidelity.
Accounts Payable Specialist (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – March 16, 2016
Opening incoming email from vendors and print out invoices and do a 3-way match. do a weekly check run. do some filing of invoices that are paid. Relieve front desk on lunch breaks. Management are nice and friendly and believes in open door policy.
Time clock is located in a warehouse that is wet due to constantly washing the area.
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Toluca, Il – October 8, 2015
A normal day consists of getting to work and performing preventitive/corrective maintenance on numerous types of equipment dealing with the production of pasta related products. Learned a variety of information on numerous pieces of equipment. Management is alright, but sort of looks down on the idea of free time. Hardest part of the job was the hours. Prepare to work almost 6-7 days a week. The most enjoyable day was the shutdown period, working a week straight with the plant shutdown.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – October 1, 2015
Big food company, they are the ones that came up with the burritos "JOSE OLE" really good. I loved my job working in the mail room and fixing all the electronics. Making sure that all the items were stocked and running around picking up frozen items from stores so we can check inventory to see if they are being processed correctly. But after doing this for 4-5 years, I needed a job that would pay more. Something that would challenge me more and would get my mind working and thinking. I loved this job but I felt like I needed a challenge and this job was not doing that.
Quality Assurance Associate (Former Employee) – Riverside, CA – August 24, 2015
Days were not much diffeterent, all procedures were to be followed avy day to accomplish the best production. I learned all about quality requirements for a safe product in the frozen food industry. Management was taking good chanrge of the company and its employees. My coworkers were alway participative and every one knew very well theur tasks. The hardest part was frictions with Union interests and the company. The most enjoyable part of my work was taking care of customers safety by checkin production meets quality standards