Machine operator and Line Leader (Former Employee) – Maumelle, AR – July 9, 2019
It's all about who you know inside that gets most people advancement. Their knowledge of machines and capability to run one line is lacking. Everyone isn't meant to lead. Discrimination is strong. Having little waste and the end of the shift is more important than quality.
Packer (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – July 22, 2019
They are horrible they counted throwing up in the warehouse against me because they wanted me to stay while I'm sick working around food and they said either I can miss court and come to work or I can get fired and go to court. They only care about their product and we are promised raises but when that time comes they use the excuse that we weren't productive enough to get a raise
Production Line Leader (Current Employee) – Maumelle, AR – June 6, 2019
Its a fun place to work. I learned how to become a great team member. I learned how to train employees to do there job. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting a 100% efficiency of the end of the shift.
Line Assembler (Former Employee) – Maumelle, AR – February 6, 2018
I'm really not obligated and not even comfortable to even be speaking on a job. Honestly, that's not my place! But just to give a little insight on them and me, It was a great workplace like every other workplace.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – January 8, 2018
If you’re looking for a temp job, as a young adult, this is an ok job. The temperature of the work environment was something I definitely had to get used to. But my co-workers were great and helped me pass the time during boring 8 hour shifts.
Warehouse Supervisor (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – November 2, 2016
Very small company with only five four Managers. Not a lot of room for growth and the pay isn't very good. A good place for someone looking for short term income but definitely not a permanent place of employment.
Line Leader (Former Employee) – McDonough, GA – May 14, 2016
A typical day at work began with a 15 minute meeting to discuss accomplishments from previous shift. Afterwards I would retrieve paperwork from the qa team for each workstation. I was then ready to verify with shipping that we had enough materials to make production. I would then contact maintenance to make sure robot, cartoner and wrapper were at their proper settings.It is now time to enter correct code dates into the marsh and citonix printers. Lastly I would contact processing for an estimated time product would arrive. I enjoyed greeting everyone from the different departments. It gave me great pleasure to celebrate birthdays and other activities to keep crew moral up. The hardest part of the job was trying to keep the gossip down and getting employees to respect each other. My supervisor was always pleasant. Lastly there was a meeting to discuss accomplishments on the shift. I really enjoyed working for this company.
Pre Mixer (Current Employee) – 108 declaration drive – November 6, 2014
I have moved up in the company really quick. I have also learned a lot. I learned the lead position how to do the paper work. I learned how to run the wrapper machine, the oven, the mixer, and my job is a pre mixer.