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What is the work environment and culture like at Nestle USA?

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You're just a number. Management is a joke. Issues never get fixed.

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Keep to yourself and don't tell anyone about your family or friends. This is only way to protect yourself from the snitches and they are alot of them . The work is easy but the people there are horrible. No one there is your friend no matter what they say or preach. If you dont join them you will be out quick.

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Very negative management there . I was an employee 10years plus . New management came in M. A . . With in his two year employed with Nestle in Wheeling this guy had everyone one on write up .

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. Yes at Franklin Park it's not very healthy

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Depends where u work in fort wayne there is NO job movement they supervisor/HR will keep u as a Hrly worker for years unless ur a brown nose & the enployees that have experience get told they dont have a degree so dont qualify for the jobs to move thats why alot of ppl are leaving

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Very toxic. Employees are kept in the dark until they hit you with bad news. What have you done for me lately environment

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The best work environment of any job I've ever had. People loved to come to work and had fun while there.

Answered - Production Worker/Assembler (Former Employee) - Jonesboro, AR

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Enjoyed working for them clean .safe worker where very enjoyable to work with.

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Very Fast Paced , Efficiency A Must , Very Clean And Safety Focused . Supervisors Come And Go In 2 Yrs ., Sometimes Causing More Harm Than Good As They Don't Know The Employees And Tend To Listen To Others Whom Started With Them Rather Than Seek Advice From Seasoned Employees For Success .

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The culture was truly immature and bias

Answered - Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

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