Zero work-life balance ZERO COMPETENT MANAGEMENT.. benefits .ok at best...they say competitive with surrounding companies..NOT TRUE bonus structure sucks... doesn't matter if your perfect...your bonus is affected by the worst employee... everyone gets the same...so no reason for the worst employee to strive to do better. Too much favoritism. Zero room for advancement Overall...worst company in every area...I've ever worked for. The best part about this company...is leaving HR Department is useless Neither a employee, nor a customer oriented company. The salary I put is from many hours overtime..
Data Entry (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – November 8, 2017
During a typical work day I performed much-needed data entry and my supervisor was very positive and encouraging. My Supervisor wanted to keep me on staff, but the money for this position was not continued long-term.
I was able to work unsupervised, but responsibly.
There was very little interaction with co-workers.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 18, 2017
Leadership team doesn't care about employees although they give a fair amount of lip service. Culture is not one that puts much value in their employees therefore the turnover is high, especially in mid-senior level positions.
An overall good place, though employees could be treated better
Accounts Payable Specialist (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 28, 2016
Carlisle Food Service Products is a great place to go if you want competitive benefits and one of the most flexible vacation policies in the industry. However, it often feels like that the reason the benefits are so liberal is so employees can put up with the kind of stressful and often confusing work environment at Carlisle FSP. This company just has a very hard time keeping employees. Average turnover seems to be somewhere between 6 months to a year. You have to be a very dedicated and stubborn individual to stay much longer than that.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 18, 2016
I enjoyed working at CFSP. Their upper management could some leadership skills training but their mid-level managers and hourly employees were awesome. CFSP is a very diversified company, so you learn a lot from different races, not just about the job it self but also about different cultures.
Sourcing Coordinator (Former Employee) – Batavia, IL – October 26, 2016
Keeping busy, what I've learned was not to be a micro manger - My group was much more productive. I reported directly to the CFO & CEO and got along with them very well, My co-workers came to me with problems they needed help with. Hardest part of the job was not enough hours in a day - the most enjoyable part of Carlisle was working for a great company with great co-workers
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – July 25, 2016
The production team is mostly people from Asia that don't speak English. These are people that are assigned to be your trainer. One slight mistake they shout at you. Call you stupid, slow, lazy. Make up stories about others. Supervisors do nothing when a problem is reported like anther person stealing. Some shifts don't even have a supervisor. Reporting a problem to HR took 3 months for them to get back with me. The machines are not properly maintained. They leak oil on the floor in high puddles. You expected to work 6 days a week. You must be there for one year before you can apply for a different position. Then they say we need you on the production floor.
Hard Worker in Injection Department (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 1, 2014
Carlisle FoodService Products offered an outstanding compensation/benefits package to their employees. Unfortunately, your job security and job culture at a work place is so stressful we are losing good employees but can't get rid of the bad employees.
Good President (Mr. Trent), good corporate HR (Mrs. Heather), #1 compensation/benefits package and good co-workers (like family)
Terrible HR at plant site and one terrible production manager, Unstable in job security and job culture.