The Schwan Food Company Careers and Employment
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- CEODimitrios Smyrnios
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenue$1B to $5B (USD)
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Customer Sales Representative in Manassas, VA
on March 29, 2015
At work I feel bored and stressed out. The work is mind numbing and not enjoyable at all. The pay is subpar and the days feel long. Feel like my skills would be more beneficial elsewhere.
Accounts Receivable Specialist in Minnesota
on September 15, 2021
I enjoy driving store to store and interacting with store personal. Even the work itself is fine, pulling product from freezer and stocking on shelves and sometimes building endcaps. The bad part is the company itself. Over worked and underpaid and ZERO communication!!! You get completely ignored. When you communicate issues, problems you get no response and the issues continue and people quit. You can bend over backwards, show up everyday do an excellent job and no one cares.
Retail Sales Merchandiser in Portland, OR
on September 12, 2021
Very common to hear employees say they are "just here for a paycheck". Line workers are understaffed and overworked because they are still expected to meet the numbers as if they are full staffed. Most maintenance seem content. Supervisors and maintainer operators are generally stressed. Machine operators overall seem content with occasional rough days. Quality department is inconsistent because their management but good workers. Sanitation tends to be understaffed, but supervisor gets hands on to help them. They will not excuse absences even with a doctors note unless it requires LOA/FMLA. If you have the "just here for a paycheck" mentality and have no other responsibilities, you will survive. This is not the place for you if care about quality time with family and not being punished when your kids are sick.
Line attendant, FSQ Tech in Salina, KS
on September 12, 2021
The company gets out of paying you as much overtime as possible anyway that they can. This is not a family-oriented place to work as you will not have time to spend with your family. There is no way to achieve a good work-life balance with the way management runs the business based on the length of the shifts and the entry and leaving time of the shifts. Associates are so miserable they get mad when other people are happy in life and try to make them miserable as well.
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on August 23, 2021
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