Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Glendale, CA – July 18, 2018
As an administrative assistant, the culture was open door policy and I trusted management. My position mostly dealt with organizing the VP and directors. Also assisting with many projects and other assistants.
Customer Service Coordinator (Former Employee) – Nespresso in Singapore – July 18, 2018
I enjoyed working with Nespresso as it was a coffee company. I am a coffee drinker indeed. It was a challenging job to taste 16 types of coffee capsules and 5 types of coffee machines' functional modes.
Retail Merchandiser (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – July 17, 2018
Only really interacted with my manager once every couple months. A great amount of autonomy, but most times the days just seem to drag out. Wake up at 930 and work till 5. Driving is only okay if you are okay with driving from store to store. If not it could seem like a chore. Pay is very good for the work though.
Management was great. A typical day at work, I would look forward to because I liked working there and enjoyed my job. The hardest part about the job was standing 12 hrs a day. The most enjoyable was the people I worked with.
Merchandiser (Former Employee) – Roseburg, OR – July 15, 2018
it was alright/ I was hired temp to cover a guy who broke his neck. got along with all the employees and different stores I went to and the managers. covered over 34 stores and was done early everyday.
your manager only checking on you once every 2 months
Material Handler (Former Employee) – Solon, OH – July 13, 2018
A normal day at work was confusing. You'd be in one area then you'd be in the next. I learned how to pack food, use different types of gloves when handling food/cleaning, etc. Management I'd rather not say. The hardest part of working were the hours and the work.
Cherrypicker (Former Employee) – Industry, CA – July 8, 2018
A typical day at work would be jus picking and rapping pallets . I was thought to use a scanner and head set voice recognition computer , so the computer would tell me where the ideas where and I would pick them . The management seem delayed my training for at least 3 weeks.
Waters Route Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 6, 2018
Stay away salary is not worth the work load no family time you go home beat down and tired everyday no less than 40 stops per day you get about maybe 60 on a bad day you can only carry so many bottles up to the third floor but Nestle doesn't put a limit on how many cases or bottles to the third floor that are ordered they tell you it's going to get better and tell you you're going to move up but they don't do anything to fix the problems they just tell you it's going to get better managers are pretty cool but they're only there for a check management doesn't care about their workers if you bust your hump they'll keep you.