PC Lifecycle Technician (Former Employee) – Delaware, OH – October 4, 2018
Worked with Greif for 7 months and enjoyed working there. People were nice and work was not overwhelming. Good leadership and supportive staff. I do recommend working here. I only left because of the traffic.
No management,poorly trained operators,the place is one big dumpster fire. In maintenance you have good days and bad one's it's my job,but this place is a mess every day. Call to call to call, all day everyday.come on 3 o clock.
Data Entry Operator (Former Employee) – Harahan, LA – August 21, 2018
It was a good place to work before the closed down. The management team was helpful. The shifts was long but was still a good place to work. It was a fast pace job and most of the employee was not always that fast.
PLANT MANAGER (Current Employee) – Mount Sterling, KY – July 23, 2018
Greif is a driven company. It expects a lot of its employees and offers recognition for successes. Greif has established a Company Vision and all actions and decisions are geared to achieve that Vision.
Laborer/Production (Current Employee) – Bradley, IL – July 18, 2018
A typical day of work at greif starts off with a morning safety meeting, self evaluation or rating and discussion about how the previous day went and what can be done to improve for the next day as far as safety and production goes which is good to keep employees gaged and involved! You always pick up on something new as machines malfunction theirs opportunity's to learn either how to fix a problem or troubleshoot it and become more valuable and useful. Management is short staffed so it puts a burden on others to do more. The hardest part of the job is working through the heat and enduring the excessive walking for 12 hours.
Production Manager/Quality, EH&S (Former Employee) – Morgan Hill, CA – June 27, 2018
Always opportunities to re-invent the wheel and participate in growing the business.Bi-lingual staff can be a challenge as many things can get lost in translation but with determination and a consistent message of accountability and excellent, one will prevail.
Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Macon, GA – June 5, 2018
I was a machine operator for Greif. The pay was not good for all the hard work that was to be done. a typical day at Greif was making boxes in a timely manner for companies. there was too hard about the job. Just get the production ready for delivery
Business Partner Master/Collections Specialist (Former Employee) – Delaware, OH – May 21, 2018
Greif is a great place to work. They are very good about offering training for their employees. They have benefits including tuition reimbursements. The only negative is competitive pay. They did competitive wage checks with other companies but not very often.
Personal chef cooks lunches twice a week, personal barber available, company events that include families, beautiful campus to work on, very scenic and safe.
I've worked at grief yrs worked in the warehouse loading trailers..also was the yard dig moving trailers in and out of docks.... before that I worked at neodesha plastics and drive a forklift for 5 yrs....
No set hours...therefore i never know when im getting