Quality Inspector (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – April 18, 2018
Without knowing current condition the new mgr changed everything, those who opposed were singled out and fired. The union strikes deals with management, but they only benefit those who have elected positions.
Service Operator i (Former Employee) – Pine Bluff, AR – April 18, 2018
Very long hours and stressful work schedule. A lot of 16 hr days and night in extreme heat and cold environment. I don't recommend for anybody that doesn't want to work a lot of hours in a week. Hard to plan and have a homelife
Assistant Press Operator (Former Employee) – Kalamazoo, MI – February 4, 2018
I excelled and was trusted by management to do basically any job at the company. From the presses to the sealers and the warehouse. Started at the Printing presses where i was a stacker. Then was cross-trained on the sealer machines. I was then relocated to the warehouse driving a fork lift, where I also earned my fork lift license. I was then put back onto the printing presses where i then advanced to a Assistant Press Operator.
Machine Operator and maintence repair (Former Employee) – Plant City, FL – February 3, 2018
good place to work if you were a good ole boy and a yes man this place became a Tabaco paradise you see dip in the water fountins cigarates everywhere the pay actually make your job ok supervisor were racist towards the women only if you were sexy and didn't sleep with any of them a few employees were low life pervs the could never get dates outside of the job and a few dope heads and drunks that were either drunk or high at work but if you can make it through all that then it was a ok place to work
a bunch of lonely going bald outta shape men thinking moneys is gonna make them handsom
EHS Manager/ HR Generalist (Former Employee) – Turlock, CA – January 24, 2018
This company provides ample opportunity for career growth. The corporate office demonstrates continual support for the EHS program and offers assistance with every aspect. Local management is equally supportive an willing to assist with all aspects of the EHS program.
Process Manager (Former Employee) – Pine Bluff, AR – November 6, 2017
The job was hard but due to a dysfunctional management style caused many conflicts for other people to correct. Scheduling, job descriptions are changed at the drop of a dime. Many forced overtime hours, personal conflicts with lower level supervision is swept under the rug. Work/Life balance is the worst in the United States due to the Southern Swing work schedule. reverse rotating shifts 7 on 2 off-7 on 2 off-7 on 3 off... leaves very little quality family time.
Environmental Technician in the EHS department (Current Employee) – Canton, NC – October 11, 2017
Work at Evergreen is fast paced, but for the area the wages are competitive and the benefits aren't bad. Most of the management are quality people. The union is terrible and promotes a sorry work ethic.
My team members are enjoyable to work with. We get along wonderfully. My experience in this department is very rewarding. I've learned quite along! The company does a lot of outside activities: family day of our choice, Christmas parties, and shirts because we have been accident free for four years.
We manage ourselves
Not allowed to leave the premises for lunch. Short breaks