Freight Payment Coordinator (Current Employee) – DeKalb, IL – November 5, 2018
We worked as a team, fast paced. Never a dull moment. Learning something new every day. Great management, always willing to work with for a day off. I would still work for Nestle, if they didn't re-locate our whole department to Ohio.
Every 2 weeks we either had free lunch or breakfast
Short breaks, so busy sometimes didn't get a break
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Waterloo, IA – November 2, 2018
Went from a merit based system and wage to an unproductive socialist pay system that rewards laziness and lower sales. Was a top place to work when Kraft owned it. Nestle turned it into a lower level job with leaders with little knowledge of the business. Sales continue to tank.
They follow the law.
Bad equipment, poor supply chain. Don’t care about their customers or employees because they are big.
It’s a fun place to work got along with everyone there everybody was nice
Worked as a loader in line 8 (Former Employee) – Mtsterling – November 2, 2018
When I first started I was a little nervous but after I got to make friends with everybody I was okay and the job was a little hard to get used to at first but got the Hang of it and started to like it even more
Infeed discharge opperator & worked on line (Former Employee) – Gaffney, SC – November 2, 2018
Hard work! Steady work! I like working because it paid for my home, fed my family, insured my family and it was steady! They paid good money and I loved the people I worked with! I got old and desired to retire! I need to work now to get by retirement doesn't pay enough for my family to get by. Would love a part time or job such as Long Johns where I'm trying to get on in Forest City!
Do not work here management works you to death if you want to see your family this is not a job for you
Delivery Driver and Assets (Former Employee) – Tifton, GA – November 1, 2018
The management will kill you with work that should have been done earlier in the year I recommend this job if you want to be otr all the time they lied to u 1 to 2 days but with the amount of work it take you staying out all week they make it sound good but trust me it isn’t
overall it was an ok place to work if you don't have any kids or sickly family members if you do have kids its kinda hard to balance the two I spent a decade of my life there and they just threw me away
Its good and you get a lot of chance to learn. I need to progress in my field which is Healthcare administration and management and i have been working on these roles previously. I am very much dedicated and working hard to achieve my goal in healthcare administration.
Set Up Crew Member (Former Employee) – DeKalb, IL – October 13, 2018
i would normally help production lines. typically moving 2000 pound pallets with just a hand pallet jack. i would be forced to do the most vigorous of work because im a bigger younger guy (which i understand) but we were not suppose to do the same things every day because it would be bad for your health.