Receptionist (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – May 15, 2019
Working here was fun, I never got bored because it was a very fast paced job, staff and clients always around needing help, but there were days were it got a little overwhelming with the amount of calls received.
Warehouse Worker (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – May 8, 2019
confusing, no training, employees arguing and complaining about the job, employees not happy and talk bad about each other, the most frustrating thing was there was no training manual or qualified people training
Office (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – March 20, 2019
I have worked here for almost a year and I do recognize that the first year with any company is the time when a person learns more about the company- good or bad. I still have yet to see anything discouraging within the organization. Being part of a company who is so innovative and isn't afraid to grow and try new ideas is refreshing. The culture is unique and the family feel is real. Not only do we talk about values, we live our values every day. I feel that LiDestri is truly an employer of choice in the area.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Rochester, NY – January 25, 2019
In special projects, I would construct boxes and place items inside the box. It was an assembly line set up, where people would be set up doing different jobs before the item was ready to be wrapped and shipped off.
Stocker (Current Employee) – Rochester, NY – March 10, 2018
This is a good job. They have many people working but there are always things to do. There are times when we get sent home early because the work load is done for the day. The machines also break down at times witch makes you stay late.
forklift driver, lead warehouse, machine op. (Former Employee) – Pennsauken, NJ 08110 – February 1, 2018
A typical day at work was hard and stressful. some people was paid to do nothing but walk around and make it harder for you to do your job. with no training and no leadership employees would get hurt and burned by machines your only option was to learn what you can on your own or from the people who knew the right way to do things. i trained every forklift driver that was hired after me and some machine operator. had to train some mechanic's on how to start and fix machines. Management never communicated any info to employees unless it was very important. i had to take it into my own hands to train new employees so that production wouldn't lack. The workplace culture was cut throat. some people was always out to tell what your doing to get you in trouble. i was terminated for going to lunch with another employee from another department because someone didn't like how good of friends we became at the job. The hardest part of the job. is being asked to do someone else's job while they sit in the office and watch you work. The most enjoyable part of the job. when its time to go home put a smile on my face knowing i'm out of here after 12 long hours of work.
get paid every Friday, working with the people that actually wanted to work and not try to get you fired
lack of training, no Communication, job is dangerous place to work.
Apple grade (Former Employee) – Lansdale, PA – December 3, 2017
It was basically a apple cider products that were mixed with sugar and other cider products as well and we also packed bai anti oxidants bottles flavors vary, my job was to grade apple as they came down the convener belt made sure they were okay to go trough the mixer to make apple cider.