relaxed but occasionally health hazardous conditions. 7 day work schedules with lots of manadatory and available overtime. relaxed supervision.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 18, 2018
Can be extremely hot, dirty, dusty work environment. A very safety conscience work program. Exceeds any OSHA or FDA REQUIREMENTS. Excellent pay and benefits. Some times offset by conflict between family life and work schedules.
Union environment. excellent pay and benfits.re
mandatory unannounced overtime at any time. Dusty, hot, and dirty work environment.
Principal Technologist-APAC (Former Employee) – Bouna Vista , Singapore – September 12, 2018
The company had great EHS activity to collect to packaged foods with 6 moths shelf life remained at least . The activity has been announced to all company members with well organized timeframe and plan. In Singapore , there're lost of seniority persons living in housing government and though they were supported by government but others organization also could be of help in this point.
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Indianapolis – August 21, 2018
Ingredion is a very challenging job. You can expect to work 12 to 16 hour shifts.The type of work comes with lots of responsibilities. If each individual does his job well and works well with their fellow employees , the job becomes that much easier. If on the other hand a person doesn't perform their job well it can cause a domino effect and lead to bad performances.
Healthcare, 401k and vacations paid.
No sickdays, pensions froze and retirement benifits could be better.
AR Analyst (Current Employee) – Tulsa, OK – October 23, 2018
I had never used SAP before coming here, and now I feel like a pro. I learned that 3 screens is much much much better than just one. Learned that lunch is optional. Working 55+ hours per week for months on end gets no rewards, but being tardy by only a few minutes every day will get you in trouble.
Quality Control Microbiologist (Former Employee) – Bedford Park, IL – August 21, 2018
The buck is often passed and the little man always takes the fault. Ingredion offers competitive pay and benefits but you wouldn't know it for all of the unsatisfied employees, many of whom are jumping ship.
competitive pay, benefits, company events are nice
Process Operator (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – March 27, 2018
I worked at Ingredion (formally National Starch and Chemical) almost 33 years. It was a very good job and a very interesting job. I would often work 16 hour shifts and never had a complaint. The overtime was plentiful and the money was good. I worked my way up to 6 weeks vacation a year.
Never layed off, paid well and lots of overtime. Benefits were good.
Its not a good place to work if a person suffers from allergies. A lot of dust and mold.
Day-to-day high level of motivation, efficiency and ability to meet any objective, alone or as part of a team. I learned that knowledge and documentation is key. Management very supportive, little supervision allowed to work independently, open door policy. The culture was open and inviting, friendly, safety oriented Hardest part was the low authority we were given, had to go through 2-3 other departments for resolution. Most enjoyable was the relationships I built with internal and external customers and being recognized for accomplishments.
Safety week, Family Company Picnic, Corporate Cup Challenge
Accounts payable (Former Employee) – Tulsa – March 9, 2018
Management treats employees as bodies in chairs. I never interviewed with the manager just the temp service and was sent the following monday. Training is mediocre at best. Management is trying to put a shared services together but has no clue...maybe in 5 years it will be a okay place to work