Snyders lance pays decent for the work they expect from you, but the hours are awful. Id say if you do not have a family, or atleast one you want to spend any time with, then this is an ok job. If you value family life this job is hard to deal with.
Packaging Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 29, 2018
The company can be a great place to work with a few changes. First management don't care about it's employees at all, secondly you might get 40hrs one week and 24hrs the next management shows favoritism amongst employees as far as who gets hours.
General Utility/ Machine Operator (Former Employee) – Jeffersonville, IN – October 9, 2018
Sorry but i can not give my opinion bc it may seem bias. You just have to go work there and see for yourself. I enjoyed my coworkers and some of my superiors. I will say watch your back in there, from alllll aspects
This is a horrible place to work If you are a Temp Forget about it You’re either Getting sent home Or they are working u To death for $11 Management is horrible Material handler is very horrible position
My typical day at work consists of reading and answering every email from customers or from our co-workers and help solve daily problems. I have learned that I am capable of handling things on my own as well as believing in myself. I have a great boss who has held my hand the entire way, anytime I have questions or doubts she is always there to help and guide me. The workplace culture is great as we all have the same beliefs and values and we always try to work together as a team to reach the same goal. The hardest part of the job is paying attention to the most minimal detail because that can be a problem in Export for customs. The most enjoyable part of the job is when the customers are satisfied with the overall outcome of their orders.
CUSTOMER BUSINESS MANAGER NATIONAL CONVENIENCE (Former Employee) – Northeast – September 11, 2018
Provided myself and my family with a solid 26 years of employment. Company allowed me to create and mange my own presentations as long as i followed their guidelines. I was able to work independently which was a big positive for the company.
Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) – Franklin, WI – August 29, 2018
I really enjoyed at Baptista's, but I needed to get off of third shift. I enjoyed working for the manger, and working for my team on D shift. I learned a lot about the processes and the culture was one of cooperation and getting things done.
If you are LAZY and are looking for a free paycheck, this is the place for you!!!
Driver (Former Employee) – South Blvd, Charlotte, NC – August 21, 2018
Management is either extremely stupid, blind, or afraid to take any action on employees that are lazy. H.R. is a joke!! You bust your tail trying to do a good honest days work while co workers sleep and hide out. All their codes of ethics are a joke as well
Management is trash on 2nd shift they show favorites and can be quite racist at times avoid line 5 2nd shift at all cost and the variety department but first shift line 5 and 6 is great supervisor and people but it's a hectic job
PROCESS MANAGER (Current Employee) – Charlotte, NC – August 15, 2018
My experience has not been great. Upper management has seen about three overhauls since I've been here (5 managers in 3.5 years). Can't seem to keep good employees. Advancement solely on "cliques". HR department seems to make rules as they go and even loosely follows them. Compensation under market value. Underpaid hourly workers. Micromanagement vs. autonomy leads to lack of care and drive for middle managers.
Lack of communication and autonomy, lack of scheduling, lack of tools to complete job, Loose HR department
Production Worker (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – August 14, 2018
Synder Lance was the best job that I have ever work for the work is not that stressful you stand aloneperiods of time. So time they also give you good benefits the money is good per hour and just long as you do what you supposed to do and be on time you should be okay