Bunge – Saint Louis, MO
This position is an integral member of the business team that provides first level support to users of SAP, with focus in GTM, SD, MM, and FICO. In… Bunge
Bunge – Sandston, VA
• Perform basic selection, picking, palletizing, and delivery of packaging and raw materials to assigned production line delivery locations… Bunge
Bunge – Altona
include assisting with inventory management, daily production data entry into tracking systems and plant spreadsheets, providing accounting inputs… Bunge
Bunge – Edmonton
To assure that all products produced consistently meet or exceed company standard and comply with Provincial and Federal regulations. To facilitate… Bunge
Bunge – Humboldt
Responsible for, but not limited to the Shipping and Receiving of grains.Assist in all aspects of grain shipping, receiving, handling and storage… Bunge
Bunge – Altona
The 2nd Class Power Engineer is responsible for operation procedures, quality control and testing, good manufacturing practices (GMP), reporting and… Bunge
Bunge – Worthington, IN
Operates the Corn Mill in an efficient manner with respect to; production, quality, sanitation and safety. Bunge is an Equal Opportunity Employer… Bunge
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I have been working at Bunge North America full-timeRecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
The best selling point for Bunge is that they have a global footprint and you can learn and experience a lot with them in positions that carry a lot of responsibility. I was never happier or prouder to be part of an organization than the first year I spent with Bunge.
Management is disconnected from the boots on the ground throughout the organization, and performance reviews and the structure/incentives are not what one would expect to encourage good win-win business and personal achievement. The culture, and support systems, are very disconnected and localized for such a global company as a result. The company that markets itself as "The shortest distance from harvest to market" exhibits great skill in complicating or failing to invest in processes that shorten the process of doing business.
Advice to Management
Spend less time automating the performance review process and more time eliminating it. Use the vast time saved to build long-term employees and long-term business. Promote good managers who know what's going on to inspire and actually pay employees to do good things. The entire current business model is one big perverse incentive to do the least amount of work possible in anything to achieve a "3" rating, because, regardless of effort, the odds are exceedingly high that you will be rated as an average employee at best. The PMP succeeds in creating a group of people more concerned about completing the static and arbitrary requirements for the current PMP at all costs, and not helping others until all personal requirements are met, than aligning everyone toward adapting to what's currently happening in the industry/company and actually working to improve the business. There is an increasing feeling that the core values are just for decoration... Bunge has untapped potential there if they could go back to the drawing board and re-align all personnel and programs with the core values, and promote it throughout the organization just one bit as much as with the safety program. The shortfalls of the business are essentially all caused by a divergence from our core values, which, themselves, are good, well-presented, and easy to understand.