Associate Director, SAP Supply Chain (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – June 19, 2018
If you are looking for an opportunity where you can learn and enjoy a collaborative environment, this is a good company to work. Upward mobility is slow as positions are not readily available and upper level management tend to stay long term
bulk chemical attendant/sanitation (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – June 1, 2018
I am always busy. They expect a lot from one person. 12 hr days are long and no one is really engaged after about 10 hrs we are just going through the motions and depending on muscle memory to accomplish most tasks.
Team 1,2,3 (Former Employee) – Greeley, CO – May 4, 2018
Perfect if you have no life. Rotating shifts every 4 weeks from days to nights at 12+ hours a shift. And less than 12 hours between shifts. They've had the ability to give set shifts for years but refuse to. Sick days are a joke, you may get paid for taking them but good luck getting them approved through there outside agency. Miss 3 days a expect a write up. They pile more and more work upon you everyday. Be prepared to be thrown under a bus at all times. They on care about the money not the people. You will always be hurt on the cheese side, be it by, pulled muscles, burns( heat or chemical) or exhaustion. Regardless of your position if you are not management be prepared to always be scrubbing by hand. Place is full of lip service. They tell you they listen to your work issues and do nothing. The expect the world from you and give nothing back.You never have the same day off every week. When you do have a day off you are too tired to do anything anyways. HR is where your dreams go to die. Corporate policy is atrouis. Non-union and bash Unions through propaganda. Fake smiles abound.
Bulk Line Operator (Current Employee) – Sayre, PA – April 25, 2018
It is like being in high school again people tattling and wining because they don't want to do something. definitely not a place to work if you have a family. 90% of the time you don't get the days you request off. Forget about holidays with your family even just 1. Some of the supervisors are very arrogant.
Quality Execution Technician (Former Employee) – Lemoore, CA – April 13, 2018
Easy job, production environment, state of California needs to get a grip on FLMA abuse. Combination of hard workers and lazy workers, Leprino is an at will employer, so they should be able to get rid of the slackers, but all the slackers abuse the out of FMLA. More people should appreciate a job as good as Leprino Foods.
Quality Assurance Analyst (Current Employee) – Remus, MI – April 3, 2018
The only thing management cares about is how the numbers look at the end of the day. If problems are brought into question you are either swept under the rug, or you are now a target to be the next person fired. Management is always targeting someone, even when doing their job correctly as a power move. They attempt to instill fear into employees and if you do not comply, you will be fired.
maintenance (Current Employee) – Greeley, CO – February 26, 2018
Not a place you would recommend. Favoritism, nepotism, clear religious boundaries. Poor working conditions. Heavy industrial envoronment, noise, heat, cold, chemical hazards. working at heights, electrical shock hazards, release of material hazards.
Foreman (Former Employee) – Fort Morgan, CO – February 20, 2018
Worked at this company for over 12 years. Was in a leadership role and had a great work history as far as performance and attendance. I was let go without a second thought on their part. If you make one little slip in this place, they don't care who you are, you're fired. No second chance, no opportunity to explain, just "Goodbye." The pay is great and the benefits are some of the best out there. As far as work-life balance, they assume you have no life outside of those walls. If you want to have a job where you are truly appreciated, go somewhere else. Leprino Foods only cares about Leprino Foods.
Great pay, Great Benefits
They own you, you are just a number in their system
Hourly Employee (Current Employee) – Tracy, CA – February 15, 2018
Leprino is not the worst company I have worked for but it leaves much to be desired. They really don't care about you, your health, safety, or the wellbeing of your family. They get walked all over by the union and they reward incompetence. If you are good at your job and get along with others you will not get promoted generally speaking. I would consider it a person insult if they wanted to make me a supervisor. Which is sad because at some point I would like to move into management. Just not here!
You will never get fired unless you break the law.
You will never get fired unless you break the law.
I love working at Leprino, great pay the best I've ever had it was a lot of fun the people I work with were awesome and management was cool the only thing I didn't care for was how many hours and day I was there sometime I thought I lived there
High turnover due to Plant Manager management style.
Hardest part of job: Physical labor: required to cater lunch in 4-5 times week for a minimum of 10 people - elevator is not available. Fast paced, high stress workplace.
Typical day included assisting Plant Manager. Managed his daily schedule, provided lunch for meetings. Printing reports. Interaction with his direct staff. Responsible for maintaining supplies, ordering lunches. Creating expense reports. Making travel arrangements for out of town meetings.
Most enjoyable part of job: Co-workers. Plant employee activities, participate in the Health and Wellness team.