Maintenance (Current Employee) – Vernalis, CA – August 28, 2018
Good place to work over all. Gets really busy during season, tons of OT. Laid back when we’re not in season. As of late a lot of family getting hired on at my branch and with that comes a lot of politics! Shouldn’t allow so many relatives. Raises aren’t as frequent as they should be. Benefits are downgrading as the company gets bigger.
Sales and Operations Manager (Former Employee) – Hereford, TX – August 11, 2018
This position was primarily seed, fertilizer, and chemical sales. My work day included sales calls, product sales, and store management. Base salary also included sales commission at end of sales cycle.
Getting to know farmers and their farming operations.
Office Coordinator (Current Employee) – Indiana – June 19, 2018
Good for the fast-paced environment, pay needs to be better to keep employees. On the upside however, the benefits are great. 401K, life insurance etc. Minimal work-life balance during the busy season.
Dry Fertilizer Warehouse Lead (Current Employee) – Salem, OR – June 4, 2018
I am quite happy with the job security, benefits options and coworkers, though I am rather unhappy with the pay considering my responsibilities, licensure and experience. The work is fast paced during the busy seasons and slow during the down seasons. The slow days are perfect for catching up with maintenance.
Paid training. Job security. Insurance.
Lack of advancement opportunities. Rate of pay is low for my licensure and responsibilities.
Accounts Payable Clerk (Current Employee) – Vernalis, CA – May 31, 2018
Responsibilities: Manage all aspects of payables, Reconciliation of counter sales and orders, process all incoming payment requests and bills for payment, handle all vendor intake, create product requests and stock transfers for needed material, assist with dispatching and deliveries, facilitate all inter-company product transfers, answer all incoming calls, maintain all customer files and permits, manage general office duties and all aspects of customer service.
Crop Consultant (Former Employee) – Flora, IL – April 19, 2018
I feel that the turnover rate at this place is high because some employees are given major account while others are out there trying to build their books of business by hard work. Management was always praising people with big sales numbers, however most of them where handed to them in the beginning.
Part-time/temporary truck driver (Current Employee) – Bancroft ID – April 13, 2018
The workers and the sight manager at Crop Production (soon to be called Nutrien) are fantastic to work with and to work for. The manager above the sight manager tends to be cheap and won't allow the pay scale to increase which makes things a little hard to live on. Overall, I love working here and the workers are great.
Manager, Operations Compliance (Former Employee) – York, PA – February 18, 2018
Crop Production Services Corporate seemed like a great company to work for at the start. That is with training, travel and potential. However, as you get into the job you start to see things that really don't make a lot of sense and their is a lot of competing against each other. The company does not foster team working within the organization. I also noticed that there is a lot of back alley talk in the corporate office. I heard the words "I can't talk about it" way to much. I felt like I had to look over my shoulder way to much as well. The position that I filled was also way underpaid to comparable positions else where. I do not recommend working this company.