Hectic during season then no work and layoff half the company no warning at all.
Forklift Operator/Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Winters, CA – January 9, 2019
Some decent supervisors but mostly incopetent people who cant run the machine their in charge of by the time I left I was able to operate a forklift as well as many other heavy machinery that my supervisor didn't have any clue how to use i was continuously give more and more work and task with absolutely no help or Incentive i was never taken off seasonal employment and kept on as so for just under two years before I left to seek an opportunity that could advance me further in life
We currently hire seasonal employees (Aug-Dec) and the company fully discloses the job they are accepting is short-term. All seasonal hires are given assessments every 90 days and depending on whether an employee passes or fails determines if the employee is eligible for permanent status.
We do offer on-the-job training and encourage employee growth!!
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There was good people there the management wasn’t that good when I was there
Stocking Associate (Former Employee) – Winters, CA – January 2, 2019
Would work 10hrs and the people there would make the day a little Earhart because there pretty friendly I learned how to pack and sort stuff I guess hardest part of the job was probably just standing or sitting all day
Conveyor belt (Former Employee) – Winters Ca. – December 12, 2018
I was hired threw temp agency I needed money bad no matter if they liked me or not which at first they tried to make me quit because I was white, I worked hard they got to know me and loved me. But they are pretty much a company of there own race so they wouldn’t give me a permanent position, or a raise, or days off I wanted. Out of 9 different layoffs in 3 years they kept me until temp agency sued them and won.
Unfortunately it appears you have posted your comments under the wrong company. At Mariani Nut Company in Winters we do not use "temp agency's" to recruit for employees. Upon hire, we offer all of our season employees reviews every 90 days to gauge their progress. In each case we extend goals on how to successfully join our team as a permanent employee.
Our company embraces diversity and we are extremely proud to be an employer of multi-cultures!
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Excelente compañeros y atmósfera de trabajo
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Davis, CA – October 26, 2018
En toda empresa el trabajo es difícil porque nada es fácil,especialmente manejando contenedores o pallets de producto con el forklift.por lo que hay que ser extremadamente precavido y muy responsable para que el ambiente en el trabajo resulte más ameno y confortable.
WAREHOUSE WORKER II (Former Employee) – winters california – September 6, 2018
marinanis was a great place to work as far as employees go. They had a lot of illegals working there and ex convicts. they gave them a chance to be productive A plus rating there. As far as pay well they paid very poorly taking advantage of people and there circumstances. They aid a experienced forklift driver 11 dollars per hour where there counterpart Blue diamond paid 22.50 per hour for the same job
All of the employees working at Mariani Nut Company have established their legal right to work in the United States. Our rates of pay are fair and in line with similar manufacturing companies in our area.
Upon hire, all seasonal employees are reviewed every 90 days to document their progress. Employees are given goals on how to successfully become a permanent employee.
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General Laborer (Former Employee) – Winters, CA – May 29, 2018
Great Job and Hours for Temporary Work. Management was great, the coworkers were great. Enough work to keep you going in and out season. During the Season, Plenty of work to suffice all employees
workers that have been there for a long period of time were rude and unprofessional
QC Inspector (Former Employee) – Winters, CA – December 10, 2017
long work days, rude co workers and supervisors. I would take a couple almonds and chart there sizes and weight them. I would do that every 30 minutes. fill out the sheet throughout the day and turn it in to my supervisor.
Forklift Operator (Current Employee) – Winters, CA – June 26, 2017
I liked this company, unfortunately the job I was doing was too strenuous for me. The office people are wonderful and the employees are wonderful too. I would hope that at a later time maybe they will hire me at a different job.
Lead operator/Lead forklift operator (Former Employee) – Vacaville, CA – February 17, 2017
They work you VERY long hours for Very little pay.sometimes you don't even get your mandatory breaks. Favoritism is a HUGE thing with this company.i would NEVER recommend this job to ANYONE that has even the slightest bit of self respect.
Everything listed above!Horrible pay, horrible work environment, and even worse management.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Winters, CA – February 10, 2017
Receive orders, type orders into spreadsheets. Meetings with owners and salesmen. Take calls from food brokers and truck brokers. Schedule pick up and deliveries. Handle and solve all customer complaints. Positive workplace. I learned about walnuts/almond: varieties, sizes.