International Account Manager (Current Employee) – Ogden, UT – May 17, 2018
I've workedin several positions over the last 4 years with Nutraceutical. The products are great and the people are great. The work family balance is great, in general they are very understanding of family needs. The 401k and and employee discount program are also great. The company came under new owership in late 2017 and there have been a lot of improvements since then. So don't take any reviews before this time to seriously. It's totally different now.
Great 401K and discount program, good family work balance
Stocker, shipper (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – March 9, 2018
Working here was great. Management stuck out the most for me. They were nice and helped whenever they could. I remember having to switch from swings to mornings and the owner switched me right away and offered teaching me to drive a forklift and certify me. All in all though great place to work.
Very disfunction company with lack of business ethics
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Colorado – February 28, 2018
High turnover rate because this business looks good until you are actually employed. Great product, terrible management and toxic work place. Proclaims to be faith based but does not run in an ethical manor.
A lot of upheaval due to a merger. There is a great need for better management.
Graphic Designer/Production Artist (Current Employee) – Park City, UT – December 3, 2017
Lack of good management and a lot of cronyism makes this employer less than perfect. A recent merger resulted in lots of confusion and layoffs, etc...job security is not garanteed, but benefits are improving.
Education Associate (Former Employee) – Provo, UT – November 13, 2017
I learned a lot while working at Nutraceutical. I was able to reach my full potential, but was not given opportunities to advance. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning about health and nutrition.
Key Accounts Specialist (Former Employee) – Park City, UT – August 30, 2017
Nice working and relaxed environment. Worked to help customers place orders. Helped customers with knowledge of dietary supplements and the effects on the body. Work to make sure all customers wants and needs were met.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Bowling Green, FL – August 29, 2017
If you want a temp job until something comes along this is the place. You will never advance further then what you are hired for without a collage degree, even then its hit or miss. No raises but a 3% cost of living every other year. Health insurance is a joke at best (10,000.00 deductible for families) Low pay
Sales (Former Employee) – Pompano Beach, FL – October 2, 2015
Good company with great products. Difficult to understand the computer system and hard to work with. Received very little training on the system and work flow was not outlined clearly. Too many people to know who to deal with.
Picker (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – February 13, 2015
A typical day at work would be gathering the product and picking it into a barrel by using a computer.Then lifting the barrel and putting it on a pallet move the pallet after four barrels in on it. Then Start the next order keep doing that until the day is done then clean the area. Got along with all my coworkers and management the hard part of the job is when i have to lift 120 lbs every five to ten minutes. I like to work. I'm not afraid to get my hand dirty.
HR Generalist (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – October 14, 2014
This was my first job out of college and It wasn't a good experience for me or any of the other four I worked with during my time there. Just pass on this one if you have a college degree. There are better companies to work for as far as fara as company culture and raises are concerned.
Oveall, the experience and growth in my career has been positive.
Microbiology Lab Manager (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – July 16, 2014
Busy and productive. I liked my colleagues and co workers. The lab and equipment were state of the art. I love Microbiology and after 16+ years I feel that I am pretty good at what I do. Most of my day is spent managing the everyday lab processes and trouble shooting complicated sample matrices for testing. Our group worked closely with other groups to strategize solutions for environmental issues, safety issues, and testing issues. I learned a lot about management and team building and became a great Microbiologist. The hardest part of the job is keeping up with daily operations and integrating new technologies but this was also what made my job enjoyable.
I learned a lot about food microbiology and QC environments.
Looking for an environment where I can advance my career.