Supply Chain Analyst I (Current Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – June 26, 2018
This is a great company to work for. Overall the people are good to work with. The company places its employees first so the employees work hard because they feel appreciated.
I just happened to have the worst boss in the company. She's very condescending, and make you feel like everything you do is wrong. I dread going into her office because I know that nothing good will be said. The morale in her department is VERY low.
Other than that, I would recommend this company to anybody and from what I see, the other management personnel are very positive and proactive with their employees. I just happened to get the wrong one.
Free or discounted spices, Employee appreciation
On the job training, should be some type of formal training, technology and IT isn't as advanced as you would expect from a Global company
Production Line Startup Supervisor (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – July 13, 2018
In the beginning I was hired as a Process Control/Supervisor, running the computers that controlled the equipment while supervising the workers. Then added the responsibility of scheduling the production to meet the needs of our orders As the company grew from 30 employees to over 120 my role concentrated more on running the production and training of employees in he various aspects of operations, including computer controls, sanitation and safety procedures. As we continue to grow we added a new production lines and was tasked with adding the corporate engineers in development of new computer controls and purchasing and installation of production equipment Developed a AS 400 Inventory System training manual . Instrumented a Lockout / Tag out and forklift training procedures to meet current OSHA standards Designed written procedures for the training of new employees.
Collection Analyst (Current Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – June 25, 2018
McCormick is extremely family oriented and I would have no intention of leaving, if my role was not being eliminated. I enjoy the environment, the management was very involved. They are always celebrating their employees and willing to help if needed. Best company I have ever worked for, hands down.
Creative Services Manager (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – June 18, 2018
I enjoyed my time at McCormick Company. Offered flexible hours, talented employees, great clients and project variety. We had quality clients which provided us ample budgets to produce wonderful Direct Mail and Advertising projects.
in my opinion, working for the company and working for the temp agency are on two different levels. with the company you receive good benefits with the temp agency you dont really have anything to look forward to if you do not drive any equipment.
if you are with the company they insure good benefits
being under the temp agency in mccormick you do not get the same type of service
Ranstad/ McCormick (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – June 15, 2018
Good place toWork with good people to work with .Hours were consistent with the option of overtime . The job wasn’t easy but simple and balanced . I actually went in as a temp , looking to become apart of the company now .
AR (Current Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – June 11, 2018
AR Management does know the roles and systems used for all employees on the team and does not provide addiquite training in order for their employees to be successful. No established/outdated policies and procedures prior to training. Need new perspectives and management styles instead of figure heads.
Management does not know role of employees they manage, poor training
AR Accountant (Current Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – May 30, 2018
I enjoy working with the AR manager, the atmosphere is relaxing and the flexible hours allow a balance between work and home. They provide the proper tools/accessories to help assist with anyone with disabilities and the longevity of employees proves they care about their employees.
appreciation lunches flex hours
casual dress with some appear unprofessional on all levels
Ex worker (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – April 19, 2018
I worked there for about a year and a half. Would have loved to continue working there but someone that has been there longer threw me under the bus. It would have been better if I was able to transfer to another area. They changed their minds on every element in a split second and it got frustrating. You can't even voice your opinion or else!!! They didn't even have the audacity to call me I had to call them and was told not to come back. Watch your back and do your work. You should be fine. Like it is said keep your mouth shut and ears open.
Senior Network Analyst (Current Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – April 12, 2018
Management does not make decisions in a reasonable time frame. Management does not seem to learn how to from previous mistakes. Advancement is based on the individual's likability instead of capability.
Distribution Technician (Former Employee) – Belcamp, MD – March 13, 2018
Horrible management, constantly get lied to, unrealistic expectations and no work life balance . A typical week would be working 10pm to 10 am Sunday through Friday and have one day you off per week(as long as they don’t force you to work 7 days per week).
A typical day was driving and loading at the post office and heading to Houston TX where we unloaded and than drove another hour towards Austin to swap out trailers with another driver and bring that mail back to Houston, unload that mail and reload for Orlando and head back home. This job sounded great until you find out that while the pay is per hour and not too bad they didn't explain the layover issue, every holiday drivers switch days and at some point you are stuck on a layover from Sunday to Tuesdays until the next holiday comes and you get no extra pay and you are stuck at a truck stop with no showers for 24 hours...The most enjoyable part was driving and seeing the country even though it was the same route every week you always notice something different each time and I drove with my husband and we actually enjoy the time together. The hardest part was being away from home, never again. The management is terrible, the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing ever....