Dierbergs Employee Review

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Bad communication throughout facility
Production Worker (Former Employee) –  Bridgeton, MOJanuary 9, 2019
Unprofessional environment you have to go through many hoops and obstacles to address unacceptable associate behavior. The work place is very stressful with constant change to processes and procedures, not a lot of set processes, unorganized with how production is done and packaged. They rush the other departments to get things to the packaging departments, while the packaging departments are extremely unorganized and do things in no specific order. Associates are expected to stay until all work or their department is done with no consideration to home or family responsibilities. Managers get no praise and are expected to work beyond their required salary pay or scheduled time. Working here during the holidays is very depressing because you are expected to work 12-15 hours the entire week and a half before Thanksgiving and Christmas, leaving no time for holiday travel to see family or to spend time with family in general. Also required to work the day after each holiday. Associates are rude and disrespectful to management and leads they receive no support from senior management with disciplinary action to help with these associations. They expect certain departments to work over time to help another department so that specific department can finish on time. It’s a lot of unfairness to managers and associates. No benefits are given until after a year and a half. They make a lot of small orders that is a waste of time and labor while also producing food items in bulk. There is not enough space for equipment and a lot of the equipment is outdated and hard to use, causes strain  more... on the body. In order to walk around or to just go gathering things or ingredients you may need, you always have to move something out of the way to get to what you need. The cleaning department only focuses on cleaning dishes and not the production floor and departments, they do not organize or clean throughout the whole day some departments get cluttered with dirty dishes and the cleaning department comes to collect nothing besides full trash cans and you have to call them to even do that and to also clean the floors. The expectations are not the same plant wide for all departments causing stress and unfairness. Some associates and managers work extremely hard to meet daily expectations while others fly under the radar and do little to nothing to help out those in need or short staffed to complete daily production needs.  less
Benefits offered after a long period of time including holiday pay and vacation time, union job
Cold environment, long hours, unfairness, stressful
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Great atmosphere, poor pay
Salad Bar Clerk (Former Employee) –  Des Peres, MOMay 21, 2019
You were expected to perform more than what was realistic under the hours your department was given, and was certainly not paid enough for the amount of work that was required. Outside of that, I enjoyed my time and my coworkers. The environment was great, and I would have loved to stay if I had not moved out of state.
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Cashier (Former Employee) –  Saint Peters, MOMay 20, 2019
It was a fine workplace to make some extra cash while still in school. The people there were really nice and so were the managers (for the most part).
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