the job was stressful and depriving of social development
Warehouse Worker, Target Distribution (Former Employee) – PA – December 13, 2018
in this job it was required that you work different hours of which you wouldn't know until close to time. Demand was so great that you had to be willing to put off any planning unless for vacation that includes weekend.
Fork Lift Operator (Former Employee) – Carthage, MO – October 23, 2018
I worked in the fdc in carthage plant on fairview, lots of drama night shift got all the down fall from dayshift. The benefits where not great health insurance was basically pointlessl but all other benefits where good. You get discounted cheese and quartely bonus if you eligible. Hard to get on days in the fdc. Some nice people on some shifts.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Carthage, MO – October 8, 2018
Very good place to work controlled atmosphere paid breaks good benefits very clean. Up to date equipment advanced technology. HR people are very helpful and friendly. They highly promote food safety and provide a very safe work environment
Lab Technician (Former Employee) – West Bend, WI – October 3, 2018
They paid well but there was too much mandatory overtime. Not enough notification for overtime. Plant runs 7 days a week with a 5 day a week crew so be prepared to work12 hours a day/7 days a week with one day off every 21 days. Absolutely no work life balance.
Shipping and Receiving (Current Employee) – Clinton, MO – September 25, 2018
Does not look promising for a full time position here. Leadership is declining. This facility doesn't seem to care about it's people just making sure that home office is happy enough not to close the doors.
Processor (Current Employee) – Richland Center, WI – September 5, 2018
Very friendly co-workers, everyone is willing to help the other to excel at the task at hand. Management is also kind and respectful. Your opinion is always heard and actions are taken if needs be. At atmosphere is just warm and love and care and people are treat well.
operations (Current Employee) – Wisconsin – September 4, 2018
This company has a lot of nice thoughts and plans but seems to only be executed well at Home office. This company seems to lack connection to the individual plants when it comes to job promotion and inclusion.
Learning opportunities, considers most suggestion on changes, Changes happen quickly
Lacking communication to plants from Home office, Have to know someone for promotions, to advance mostly need to relocate
I'd rather not say (Current Employee) – West Bend, WI – August 31, 2018
They don't give you direction on what you're suppose to do and if you don't jump in right away the trainer will say you're not a good fit even though if you do something wrong you could lose a limb or cause thousands of dollars in bad product. They've been there for years and expect you to know your job in 2 days at most. They give you very little time to acclimate to the job or the shift if you're not used to it. If one long time partner doesn't like you it's a gang mentality. Packing is easy but very repetitive and boring. If you like a ton of paperwork this is for you. There's software for all the paperwork but for some reason they don't have it so it gets done by hand. If you phart they want a report on it, just kidding but very close. But seriously you do as much paperwork as production unless you're a peon packer. The money and benefits are good but they'd have to be with the less than desirable work culture. The union is useless, i don't even know who my union steward is if there is one. It is a government regulated facility so there is random drug testing and they do do it.
Money and benefits. They supply uniforms, steel toe boots and all safety equipment.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Green Bay, WI – August 29, 2018
Job itself is not too bad but it is the way the company is run by management that makes it difficult. Everyone is not treated equally. The union does not back you up for anything. You work a lot and make a lot of money.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Carthage, MO – August 28, 2018
The combination of long hours and terrible management made Schreiber Foods a horrible place to work. People would fight over who does what and management would just shrug it off. The pay is pretty nice, but you need a lot of patience.
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Carthage – August 22, 2018
This company does compensate very well but they have to in order to keep employees because the hours they work you are ridiculous. You cannot make any plans whatsoever while working for this company unless you put in for vacation time.
Operator (Former Employee) – Clinton, MO – August 21, 2018
This used to be the best job in town. Now they don’t have any work & management is the worst I’ve ever seen. Leaders are hired straight out of school so they have no work experience or people skills. If u can find one to talk to they lie to ur face. Find out pretty quick u can’t trust anything they say.I look for this place to close. My coworkers were pretty cool but looking for other work. Schedule changes so often u don’t know if u’ll be working from week to week. If u like to see your family or want gauranteed hours look somewhere else.