Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Pierce, FL – June 15, 2018
its a great place to work but its more for men i was one of only two women that worked 3-11 shift and they didnt even sell pads for when you got your period but they were an awesome job and i had a great time learning to be a forllift operator and i would do it all again
great work atmosphere and good people a chance for ad
not the best place to work for women if your not a ahard worker they dont want you
Tropicana a good company to grow and excel your career
general cleaning, operator ll (Former Employee) – Fort Pierce, FL – June 18, 2018
A typical work day for me would be sure to check all machine/systems to be sure everything is ready for use for my shift and log into system. Then I would wait for loads to come in and once loads are in I would then, hook hose to the tanker and i would either load/ unload for juice. Working night shift I would be considered self supervised. What I would say was a bit difficult about my job at tropicana was connecting valves to tanks to load juice into trucks. Being able a team player with my fellow coworkers and management team.
Being able to supervise myself during my shift and getting job completed in a timely manner.
Contract Graphic Artist (Former Employee) – Bradenton, FL – April 22, 2018
This was an very good and challenging opportunity to contribute to the creative team with my graphic design skills. Learned various aspects of marketing concepts and how convey them through visual designs. Strengthened my communication skills.
Ice Cream Server (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 20, 2018
starting the day I cleaning and organized around the store. I was responsible for having everything ready for customers. I also had to stay alert for customers and be ready to attend them as well as prepare their goods and charged them. Throughout the day I had to keep everything nice and clean and keep attending customers. By the end of the day I had to clean tables, supplies, and registers. As well as keep the floors cleaning for the next day.
Mechanic/Operator (Current Employee) – Bradenton, FL – February 7, 2018
Good job but only benefits are good pay and health and paid time off. Owned by Pepsico. Union shop. Management are two faced, and slowly taking any extras away from people there. Example, no bonuses, nothing around holidays, any other extras that most places offer.
Pretty easy work
Management will try anything to get rid o f you. If youre low senority, youll be working a lot of hours
Start early in the morning load my van check that everything is in order then I go out and start my route every day is different , I get to my first stop I go in put a order to gather go back to the van pick the cases I need and go deliver them and in some stops I also put the order for the next week. At the end of the day I put all my invoices together and make sure money total matches with my handheld total then I close my day. Going out every week I learned every week is different and having a good communication with the store leader you have better sales , I had the best management they help you in everything you need always keep you up date in every sales that are coming. Every employee had a good and open attitude and communication, Tryin to make a exact order the custumer needs is the hardes part of the job. Been out in the road and meeting new people every day is the best part of the job.
going in to the sprinter vans limited the amount of produc
Always enjoy coming to work, great employees to work with, managers always there when you need them
Barista/Fountain Worker (Current Employee) – Las Vegas, NV – January 3, 2018
Management is wonderful ,and the employees that I work with are great people. No drama. Doesn't get busy everyday. I are steady and get busy during lunch or breakfast. There is always enough people working with you so you don't feel overwhelmed.
MANUFACTURING ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Fort Pierce, FL – December 30, 2017
A typical day is pretty long but you'll learn a lot quickly because of the hours. Also, most of the day to day issues are relatively routine- so if you have a great memory of how pass issues were resolved, you'll have no problem fitting in and firefighting problems. As for the work culture, no one is really involved in anything. Everyone sort of does their job and goes home ... then repeat, repeat, repeat.
HOUSEKEEPER (Former Employee) – Atlantic City NJ – November 9, 2017
Housekeeping at Tropicana pays 9.50 an hour and it is very hard work. Overtime is mandatory and they tell u the morning of that there is overtime e and you don't know what time you will be leaving until they say go home. Supervisor are so unprofessional and speak to people like they are dogs and treat them like children. Employees are underappreciated and they manage with fear. They make it like you are supposed to fear the higher up supervisors
Tropicana was a great place to work. At the time I was employed there it was a very faced paced interesting job. The manufacturing plant is attached so it was easy to get project done in a timely manner.
Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 23, 2017
Typical day at work included calling on 10 or more existing customers, make an order to restock, and converse with individuals to gain trust and accountability. Cold calling on potential customers was done through out the day.
It was very stressful and management was not organized
Packaging Operator (Former Employee) – Fort Pierce, FL – September 6, 2017
They are more for the company and not the employees. They let me go after 34 years when I got injured instead of find a position that i could perform. And they are fighting me on my disability. You work your butt off for the company and get ran over in the end.