I liked working at pinnacle foods its a very good company to work for
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Jackson, TN – May 7, 2018
Over all working at pinnacle was a good working environment I loved the benefits they offered they had good vaction and sick day offers more than the average its a place where you have the ability to advance to different departments in the buliding working with good people was also a plus to working here
production specialist (Current Employee) – Darien, WI – May 5, 2018
The supervisors and their assistants suck. If you're not one of their 'pets' you get treated like garbage, but at least you have a union to stand up for you. Still at that rate you shouldn't have to fight for fairness. If you make a mistake and they don't like you you'll forever walk with a target on your back, but when one of their 'pets' turns around and does the same thing no one notices it happened. Other then that the job is great.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Darien, WI – May 1, 2018
Management micro managed you constantly, keeping track of your scans as a forklift driver. Management constantly harrassing employees over little things which came off as hostile toward union employees.
Picker (Current Employee) – Effingham, IL – April 6, 2018
I love my job i work in Effingham illinois but they are relocating sometime this year or next yr so im trying to find a place that is closer to home. But its a good place to work. Everyone is nice and friendly and they always help u if u need help. I would definitely recommend this to anyone and everyone.
Good pay. Easy place to work at
Only one break is lunch for 30 mins. Unless u work 10 hours its 30 min lunch and a 15 min break.
INVENTORY CONTROL ANALYST (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – April 2, 2018
A typical work day consisted of the same work but there would be different issues that would arise. I learned how to use a new computer system and got better at solving problems. The management was fantastic. She was available if we had questions and worked very hard which made everyone else want to work hard as well. The hardest part of the job would have been the CHEP reconciliations which were completed once a year. The most enjoyable part was knowing about how your day would go, what was expected of you and the people that I worked with.
Assistant Supervisor/Crew Leader (Former Employee) – Millsboro, DE – March 19, 2018
I retired from this company in 2012, thats when it closed and my world severely changed. I worked for this company when I was 16 yrs of age. Quit and went back afte other ventures didn't work out, and they took me back every time. That told me I was a good productive employee. I stayed the last ten years until there was no more time click to hit.
Powerhose Nh3 refrigeration/ boiler operator 3A (Current Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – March 9, 2018
Pinnacle is a good place of employment, Union ran plant ,good PSM / Safety department. The coworkers will work with you and actually help train you.Great team in my opinoin,but as i always say there is always room for improvement.
Product Packer (Former Employee) – Mattoon, IL – February 6, 2018
The job I had was ok at the time; definitely something I wouldn't stay for if I had a better offer. Management there was great for a fast pace work environment. The hardest part of the job was being one of the few who actually kept up; other than that I enjoyed most the people I worked with and it taught me how to be a fast worker.