stackoff/shipping (Current Employee) – Morristown, TN – March 18, 2019
i tell you what.. working at koch foods was not that bad if you consider being forced to write a review about a former employee just to put in a resume. I am not sure why indeed.com thinks this is a smart or decent practice. Some people dont like to run their mouth about things.
I like working there but only one thing they not have point when someone as doctor excuse it should cover for that point
Dump lugs (Current Employee) – Forest, MS – March 21, 2019
I like working there I tried to get long with every body but sometimes you have people with a smart mouth but that live evey where you go to have someone with a smart mouth that gets on you nervous.i tried to learn everything I can for more experience
PACKER (Former Employee) – Fairfield, OH – March 6, 2019
It's under paid for a refrigerator and they have a top out for each position and it's not much . Some supervisor don't speak English and don't have someone train you and explain things when they just walk away and because you don't speak Spanish which is rude and unprofessional. You don't know when you will be off work or what time your working until you get off work each day.the work is easy and the work moral is good.you can bid on other positions but there is a small top out. Line 4 is the most organized .
Scale Operator (Former Employee) – Gadsden, AL – March 1, 2019
Its fair work with Kochs, but u have make more positive decesions to come up and do more can u do. The culture is allright if you try to do more team work and try to do the right things to get out your job decision maker to get the productiion flow back to its regular needs.
This was the worst best paying job that I've ever had. The scheduling is posted day to day at the end of shift. It is typical to work 6 days a week, and half of them will be 11+. The paychecks are great. The benefits are up to par. The production floor is mostly Spanish making communication difficult and training almost impossible.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – February 6, 2019
I worked on the Production assembly line. Start the day at 6:30 every morning after you suite up to prepare to debone chicken thighs. Working at a fast paced trying to cut 11 pieces of chicken per minute.