Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Ontario, CA – March 21, 2019
Aside from filing and answering phones. A typical day included updating the WIP (work in progress) helping with billing as well as assisting with preparation of Canada paperwork. When needed helped with Shipping preparing paperwork and tags needed for trucks. If was difficult to work with office clerk difficult personality. Helping with management meetings and meeting higher management was a plus.
Special Projects (Former Employee) – Walls, MS – February 5, 2019
Sigma was a great place to work but poor. raises inexperienced supervisor and a lot of here say I did a lot for the company but they just don't pay enough money for the area i live in had my raise been better i would have stayed there
corporate (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – January 8, 2019
I see some departments working much harder and longer hours than others. Overall consensus seems to be a good company to work for but salaries are lower than average if you are not upper management. Some areas promote within and appear to have a career path while others clearly do not have any room for growth.
Peeler (Former Employee) – Altus, OK – September 17, 2018
Bar s had plenty of ethic background soo u were always leaning new things the people were great the whole plant life was a good experience. And the benefits were pretty awesome. 401 k wasn't bad and the food were at good prices for employees
Half price on food
Hard to understand others alot of spanish speaking
Accounts Receivable Analyst (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – August 12, 2018
We had plenty to do so work was busy until the end of the day. I learned a lot of the food industry and enjoyed my job. The team worked well together and the hardest part of the job was work load. Needed to have more employees for amount of work load. Most enjoyable part of the job was when we would get rewarded for hard work, we received bonus checks every quarter.
Having great benefits
payment structure changed, No more bonus checks at end of April