Unified Communications Service Owner (Former Employee) – Trumbull, CT – May 18, 2018
Unilever offers flexibility to employees so you have a good work/life balance. Many employees are able to work remote which helps balance personal responsibilities while still meeting all key targets and meeting business needs.
Good experiences for the last ten years. Salary is commusurate with the position. Teamwork was key and we all were like family. The managers be were rocking. I would recommend Unilever to anyone who wants a great career.
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Stacking ice cream boxes on wooden pallets
Palletizer (Former Employee) – Sikeston, MO – May 14, 2018
Stacking ice cream boxes on wooden pallets in a freezer that consists of a negative 20 degree weather environment and possibly sickening other workers due to cold nature. Extremely stressful to your body and your mind
SHE Team Leader (Current Employee) – Raeford, NC – May 3, 2018
After being displaced by Hurricane Harvey, Unilever took me in and I found a home in Raeford, NC. As the Team Leader for the site's SHE department, I learned the World Class Manufacturing perspective of risk assessments and risk analysis and how these disciplines become the fundamental ideology of safety. The hardest aspect of this opportunity is time management and making your presence felt on all shifts. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people.
Business Waste Analyst (Former Employee) – Mexico – May 2, 2018
I loved being part of the business development team. The manager I had when I started working there was the best I have worked with in my professional career. The company is very interested in the advancement of their employees and is a result-driven company rather than "comply with work schedule" one.
S,elling Over 150 fragrances and Calvin Klein bed ware, assisting customers fir their desired need
Account Executive for Calvin Klein (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – May 1, 2018
Loved it and the manger was amazing did many trade shows attended fundraisers for charities. helped with Dress For Success. Worked long hours for the holiday seasons which was our busiest time and made bonuses weekly based on sales volume.
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – Jonesboro, AR – April 23, 2018
A great place to work. Considered retiring there but it seems as if it’s time for a change. Applied for different roles but never granted the opportunity to move on. I thought I would be a shoe in for the Technical Operator position.
Technical Operator 3 (Current Employee) – Jefferson City, MO – April 21, 2018
Unilever is a great company to work for but as for the Jefferson City Location I would not recommend. Several changes and no job security. I have learned a great deal with this company and developed more skill sets. The teamwork with my fellow co workers are great!!
Line Technician 1 (Former Employee) – Raeford, NC – April 19, 2018
If you want a paycheck, then Unilever is the job for You. However, you're going to deal with grown adults who act like kids and the company is always changed there company policies and insurance plans with different companies. I spent three years making the same amount of money they never would certify me not unless you are going to kiss they're you know what. Also, it’s not what you know but who you know working within this place.
Manager Digital Marketing Services, IT (Former Employee) – Melrose Park, IL – April 15, 2018
There was a degree of independence as I was a specialist in my area. I had the tool and resources to accomplish my tasks. I had direct contact with agencies and other support staff to move projects forward. The organization was quite large. Due to the size, it was not as agile and quick to change as it could have been.