Cereal Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – February 26, 2018
Safety is very high there and helps minimize the risk of getting hurt but you can still get hurt and if/when you do, you are on your own, because they aren’t gonna let anybody come between them and their yearly bonuses!!! Great people to work with on the floor, just don’t get hurt even if it’s not your fault!!! Management is run with fear of being fired and they cannot stick up for their employees with out the fear of being fired.
Good pay, Awesome Co-workers
No one has your back if they have to stick theirs out in management.
Medical Sales Representative (Current Employee) – NJ – January 31, 2018
Thought I would spend the rest of my career here. Horrible morale, ridiculous expectations and low payout. MIcromanaged on a daily basis by manager and her boss. You do work for two hours a night and still can't get ahead on the admin side of things. I have nice peers but management is either phony or vicious. They pretend to support you but are looking for reasons to fire you. They act like this is curing cancer and it's baby formula sales.
OPERATOR (Current Employee) – Anderson, IN – January 28, 2018
Management would not hold employees accountable for poor work ethic. Employees not doing the work required and leaving next shift behind. Nestle HR does not do what they say they are going to do. Communication is terrible.
Supply Chain Intern (Current Employee) – Eau Claire, WI – January 8, 2018
A typical day as a Supply Chain Intern at Nestle was concentrated around the shipping and receiving office, filling in as the interim shipping coordinator. I was in charge of analyzing forecasts of finished product to predict the amount of full trailer loads needed to ship to various DC to fulfill service level requirements created by our demand planner. After receiving the individual STO's for that weeks production run I would communicate with operators, team advisors, and my load planner to ensure that we got the required trailer carrier onsite and on-time to load the product as it came off the production line. I am also in charge of ordering hundreds of thousands worth of raw materials we keep at a third party cold storage. I also am involved in various projects and process improvements in material control to help reduce errors and bottlenecks.
Nutrition Division better than Prepared Foods Division
Sr. Cost Analyst (Former Employee) – Eau Claire, WI – January 8, 2018
The Nutrition Division is better than the Prepared Foods Division; so if looking for a position at Nestle the division you pick is important. Work hours and management are huge differences in comparison.
Reserve (Current Employee) – Fremont, MI – November 4, 2017
Best job i have ever had! They treat us great. Good benefits. Great pay. Supervisors are chill(most of the time). Chance to move up or into different jobs thru a seniority bid system. Its a laid back place to work if you do your job and follow the rules.
Pay, hours, challenging jobs, union job, i could go on all day :)
Maintenance Mechanic (Current Employee) – Eau Claire, WI – June 26, 2017
Great Pay for the area. Good benefits. Work/life balance is very one sided. A lot of overtime is required. Management can be difficult and hard to understand. Friendly people good intensions but go about thing the wrong way. Great people to work with. Can be a very low moral place to work. Will start nights until you get a chance to bid for a day spot. Union is mediocre if at all. Amazing job security.
Parents Resouce Center Customer Service (Former Employee) – Fremont, MI – May 18, 2017
Horrible place to work for. Management is a joke. Last minute overtime only to non favorites. Nepotism when making promotion decisions. Toxic environment that makes you physically ill. Worst few years of my life. Supervisors ring a door bell to notify you a call is waiting. Managers have the do as I say not as I do motto. Extremely high turnover.
PROJECT MANAGER (Former Employee) – Florham Park, NJ – May 3, 2017
undergoing a transformation so lots of uncertainty. Work culture is excellent and people are very hard working, dedicated and committed to satisfying affiliates and customers. Everyone within the department works extremely hard
Customer Service Agent/Sales - Gerber Life (Former Employee) – Fremont, MI – April 30, 2017
I was part of the first team that worked at home for GERBER LIFE. That was great, but the demands, and constant changing of quotas drove me crazy. Customer service is not for the faint of heart. People are down right mean, and you have to be nice. When you hit quota, they increase it, so you never really hit it, and if you don't you're constantly reprimanded. I had an amazing manger, she was second to none, but she couldn't make a change there and eventually quit herself. Her boss and above were horrific! Run from this company, you will hate it. They have a huge turnover for a reason!
Closed the call center for events, good benefits, Nestle candy bars free, worked at home
Save your time, any place is better than this one!
Maintenance (Former Employee) – Eau Claire, WI – March 16, 2017
They hire you to fire you, the games that they play. They work you to death and want more, no work life balance. Morale was so low I don't think it could be measured if it was possible. Then they try to brainwash you with their NCE. Run away fast!