2 days to get answer. I didn’t get hired. Said it was a cultural issue. They ask how I handled situations on my previous jobs like helping someone. We were always told stay at our machine get a supervisor don’t try and handle it yourself so I did and Nestles does it different. They want you to help and that’s fine I’m glad to help always. They should have ask me how I would handle the situation not how I did at my other jobs. I always go by the rules. I feel like it would have been a great place to work. Sad about the mis communication.
Like 1 month
The whole hiring process takes about 3 months. Yeah, 3 months to deliver water, it's a company made of seemingly more people with made up titles trying to justify their jobs rather than less bosses and titles getting the actual work done. I think the only competition Nestle has on wasting money on useless items and positions is the US Government, and unbelievably Nestle is blowing them away with BS positions, regulations, and ineptitude.
Less than a week
Answered - Area Sales Representative (Current Employee) - Indianapolis, IN
Any time if sure you can call
It was around 2-3 days if that honestly
Answered - Delievery Driver (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
I was called back in 1 week
Answered - Customer Service Coordinator of National Accounts (Former Employee) - Coppell, TX
About 2 months
Answered - Human Resources- Recruiter (Contract Position) (Former Employee) - Brea, CA
Sometimes a month, apply elsewhere
Answered - Quality assurance tech (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA