Suet line monkey (Former Employee) – Reynolds, IN – February 23, 2018
Very stressful. Things were good when working 2nd shift. Great supervisor... Not so much on 3rds. Leader was not helpful. Most all Employees on 3rd were young and lazy. Suet line does not pay enough to keep me interested. They had someone train me that didn't speak English.
Production lead (Former Employee) – Reynolds Indiana – February 6, 2018
Stressful made me run my line understaffed machines constantly breaking down there is only one maintenance guy and they ran three shifts Non-Stop do not take care of their equipment no preventive maintenance on the machines when they break down operator has to tear down machine and repair it lots of downtime they know the whole process is bad and still come at you about productivity rates.
30 hours of vacation time after you complete 90 days
Machines constantly breaking down no production bad management
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – March 23, 2017
After working for many years with no calling out and having a good attendance the last few months that I worked there my daughter got sick and because I call out 8 times. (different days and months not 8 days in a raw) they let me go. When there were other employees that had between 15 to 20 call outs and some have no call not show and they still working there. I feel that it was discrimination as all the employees are males and I am a female trying to take care of my baby and work. But no, they let me go.
Fast paced enviroment. Lack of training was a problem.
Supervisor of 3 production lines (Current Employee) – Akron Colorado – June 3, 2016
A typical day at work starts at 5 am or 7 am depending on production needs. Beginning of the day is usually the most hectic. I have learned many useful skills such as using an automated mixing system. The management team is still in a learning phase. Most of my co-workers were easy to work with. Working 12 hour days and Saturdays was the hardest part.
Working for Global Harvest Foods you have the opportunity to learn everyday.
Office, Grain, and Safety Coordinator (Current Employee) – Akron, CO – September 8, 2013
At Global Harvest Foods we manufacture and ship out product. Every day we have production, shipping and receiving to deal with. Over the years that I have been a part of the GHFoods team I have learned many different areas of the company, from AP/AR, inventory, production scheduling, receiving, shipping, quality control, safety, HACCP, BRC, OSHA regulations and being compliant, purchasing, and HR to name a few. My co-workers are just as committed to their job as I am, this makes it easier to work toward common goals. The hardest part of my job is dealing with commodity prices and working toward getting the best prices so we can pass the savings on to our customers. The best part of my job is planning employee appreciation events.
JR Buyer (Current Employee) – Spokane, WA – August 17, 2013
My position includes managing all packaging requirements as well as all the card board case requirements for 5 plant across the united states. I manage the vendors for 4 different types of packing construction, the floor stock programs, blanket POs and the continuing art and construction updates for the packaging as desired by the customer.