Sample Coordinator (Former Employee) – North Canton, OH – August 11, 2018
I loved working here but felt I was treated poorly and taken advantage of. Inlet to have a child in 2013. Due to unforseen illness and setbacks with my daughter I did not return for 14 months. When I was offered a job, my pay was much lower than when I left but my duties didn't change. I had to bid on a different job a year after to make more money, but it was still less than what I was making. I was finally making what I was making in 2013 when they let me go in 2018.
Packer/Shipper (Former Employee) – Maple Heights, OH – May 23, 2018
we prep by going into the break room and drink our coffee to warm up next when were done we go out and our supervisor preps us about the day and tells us the safety rules and falls risks then tell us what project were working that day. we go work then about 10:30 we take our break, then we come back break around 11:00 then we work again then at 1:30 we go to lunch then like around 2:30 we come back from lunch then we start to work again intel 4:30 hit then we are ready to clock out for work but you can stay intel about 6:30 to get over time in if you want but over time is automatically $14.10 a hour every hour of overtime.
Store Manager (Former Employee) – Quincy, IL – April 16, 2018
I enjoyed working in the mall and in the retail business as well as the hotel industry. I met regular customers tat became part of our Fannie May family. I enjoyed the daily duties of retail and the new items that arrived every day..
All the free samples i could eat and a very good discount
Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Oak Lawn – March 12, 2018
Working at Fannie May was nice. You could have worked the hours you wanted but Fannie May has seasonal highs were you would be able to work 40 hours per week then during the summer you were lucky to get 4 hours. I left because of lack of hours available for me to work.
flexible hours and close to home
at times to much and most of the time not enough hours to work
I enjoyed working at Fannie Maes The job wasnt stressful it was really laid back as a matter of fact I would love for them to hire me in as permanent the management team and the entire staff were awesome.
Line Associate (Former Employee) – North Canton, OH – January 14, 2018
The company offers the opportunity to learn daily. Supervisors and managers treat employees with great respect. There is a great variety of cultures and that gives the opportunity for a different and entertaining learning.
Corporate Accounting Manager (Former Employee) – North Canton, OH – January 11, 2018
Managed a good team of 6 who all owned their jobs. Learned a good deal of hands on accounting with responsibilities that included journals, reconciliations, rent accounting, audits.
There was very little turnover in the accounting department as most people enjoyed their jobs and contributed to its success. Over the 7 years I was there, many changes took place from a corporate ownership standpoint, but the accounting department handled each change well.
I learned very specific accounting skills while there that included work with deferred revenue and proper amortization and tracking of prepaid expenses. I personally handled audits from sales tax collection to year end financial.
The culture at Fannie May was pleasant and healthy, with departments involved in planning and executing seasonal office open houses and events.
Warehouse Lead/Production Lead (Current Employee) – Northlake, IL – January 9, 2018
A challenging job with innovative and cultivating operations with room to grow. Over my time here we have moved into two warehouses and completely emptied out our other six warehouses while maintaining our deliveries to our retail stores.