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Scores based on about 131 responses to Indeed's survey on work happiness
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Do people feel happy at work most of the time?
Above average
Do people feel that they are paid fairly for their work?
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    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (USD)
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Senior Brand Manager, Tube Feeding - Nutricia

Rockville, MD

15 days ago

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Temp in Rockville, MD
on October 3, 2015
love working here
Providing Nutritonal Supplements for patients along with being the first point of contact to endure each patients receives all supplements needed in a timely manner.It's a great workplace there is always something new to learn my daily duties are checking and coding invoices for patients,Insurance Verifications, Answering the phones corresponding with directors and executive on our products.
Production Worker in Jacksonville, FL
on April 5, 2021
When the company was Whitewave Foods, it was a good company to work for at that time. Several years ago, it was bought out by Danone. With some of the policy changes and new members in management, the Jacksonville plant has went downhill. The moral on the floor (non management) is absolutely horrible. Management is more worried about what they are ordering in for lunch or going to lunch than what we need on the floor to do the job properly. The equipment is ran to failure then fixed just enough to make it fun, then full speed ahead. If you don't suck up to the right ones in management, you will get a target on your back. Your work life will be horrendous... You will want to quit. The ability to have a family/personal life is expected to be put secondary to your work life. Your family life or family emergencies do not matter unless you are management. The only reason people stay there is because they do pay well and benefits are good, slightly expensive but good. The non management employees do try and work together and make the best of things.
Machine Operator/Forklift Operator in Utah
on March 31, 2021
Managers spent more time in meetings than they did working with the people they were assigned to manage. Paid, benefits and vacation are very good.
Machine Operator in Salt Lake City, UT
on March 22, 2021
The starting pay isn't bad, but there is no room for advancement in either position or pay. I've worked here for a year and have been getting nothing but empty placations about pay raises or promotions. Management is either a total micromanaging or complete apathy. This is a decent job, but definitely not a career.
Apprentice Maintenance Mechanic in West Jordan, UT
on March 10, 2021
This is a good place to leans about the industry. Pay is very fair, and the people are nice. Benefits are amazing, but the only thing I have a problem with is management. They act like they care but really they only care about your downtime hours bc it reflects them. I am an apprentice, and the contract said that they would reimburse me each semester, and work with my schedule. I’ve never gotten any type of reimbursement for school, and when I try to take days off they approve it but constantly text me and hinder me about my schedule, and things at work. A few months after I started my apprenticeship, they put me in the warehouse area and made me be their mechanic for the rest of my apprenticeship. I was back there with very little help and training. No matter what you fix or how well you fix it, it’s never enough for the managers. And when we are under staffed they rather “higher a contractor than train a new mechanic”. Overall the company is a good company. But the management needs improvement.

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