Clerk (Current Employee) – West Jordan, UT 84081 – August 14, 2018
Managements has cliques, treats hourly employees as if they are beneath salary employees, emotionally driven, management jumps to assumptions/conclusions. Opinion or ideas ignored or credit taken as their own. Overall hostile and stressful environment.There is no career growth opportunities. Promises about raises but never given.
Sanitation Crew (Current Employee) – Fort Atkinson, WI – August 8, 2018
supervisor were awesome at their jobs.They due to my unjury they were really comprendsive about it helped during the whole process just living with ptsd and at the same job where it occurred is overwhelming
Product Packeging (Current Employee) – Fort Atkinson, WI – July 15, 2018
For such a high paying job, it obviously unbearably hectic. I couldn't speak loud enough because of how the machinery runs, and I couldn't even keep up with its speed when I package the finished goods in boxes. It was due to the malfunctioning machines that I had to work overtime, past the 10:30 PM finish time. Working in the kitchen, it was so much of a mess. It's a good thing the food didn't spill all over me, and I didn't slip on anything.
Extra payment, a couple brakes, my own locker
Messy in the kitchen, unbearable working speed, intolerably loud machinery breaking down occasionally, forced to work overtime, limited parking space
AVP, Dir of Operations Support, (Current Employee) – Aurora, IL – May 9, 2018
Privately held, the OSI group tries to create a family atmosphere and usually succeeds. They like to provide Authority with Responsibility and run all of it's factories as a Profit Center. Good people, good working environment, but growth sometimes is limited by hiring from the outside.
General labor (Former Employee) – 46th s. racine – March 30, 2018
Great job. People that worked there all helped if i had any questions regarding to the job when i was a new employee.The managers there were polite aswell and the environment felt very safe to be there. Given the proper work gear and instructions were always clear and easy to understand . rules were very simple aswell.
Spice mixer (Former Employee) – Oakland, IA – July 14, 2017
At OSI, I was taught how to adapt to the quick pace of factory work, which teaching served me well in my future places of work. I learned how to operate well as a team member and how to work at a speedy pace, while making sure that my handy work was clean and neat.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 25, 2017
While working in this company everyone was very welcoming and helpful with such as how to dress and the tools or how the production works. The rules there were very easy to follow and understand. There was always a schedule with your name and where you'd be working.
Company is fun to work for if you have family and friends who already work there.
Forklift Driver (Former Employee) – West Chicago, IL – January 13, 2017
If you like working long hours in a freezer and getting underpaid, then OSI Industries is the place for you. They produce the meat for a billion dollar company and they pay minimum wage for the work you do. It is 98% Latino based, so if your Spanish isn't good people will lie on you and get you in trouble for things you didn't do.
Close to where i live.
Underpaid, cold environment, Spanish environment, long hours, short breaks.