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18 days ago

Technology Risk Analyst

Cargill West Mineral, KS

Manager and others. Principal Accountabilities: Consulting and…

30+ days ago

Dairy Specialist

Cargill Madison, WI

* Provide customer training and support on proprietary ration formulation program (Amino Acid and Metabolizable Protein System; AAMPS). * Assist in…

23 days ago

Communication Consultant

Cargill Hopkins, MN

include partnering with other members of the Global IT HR and CCE team, leaders and key stakeholders, planning for organizational readiness…

26 days ago

Assessment and Selection Consultant

Cargill Wayzata, MN

include applying rigorous assessment standards and methodologies (job analysis, survey item creation, program measurement, and both…

30+ days ago

Senior Project Manager

Cargill United States +4 locations

Title: Senior Project Manager Location: Region - Asia Other Locations: Singapore, China-Jiangsu, China-Shanghai Job Number: REG00805 Project…

30+ days ago

Senior Account Manager

Cargill Philadelphia, PA

The Senior Account Manager (Food Segment) delivers distinctive value to our customers. The candidate must have a comprehensive understanding of our…

30+ days ago

Manager HR & Admin

Cargill India

Lead talent management processes, Talent Recruitment and development, statutory compliance of applicable labour laws, harmonious relations in the…

30+ days ago

Animal Productivity Specialist

Cargill Philippines

The Animal Productivity Specialists (APS) will function as a member of the Animal Productivity Team (APT). Each APS will be designated as a Sow…

30+ days ago

Regional IT HR Lead APAC

Cargill Singapore

include consultation on change management issues, staffing, employee relations, compensation, performance management, diversity, engagement survey…

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    Overall great company to work for, unless you are in Information Technology

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    Former Employee - Information Technology in Minneapolis, MN
    Former Employee - Information Technology in Minneapolis, MN

    I worked at Cargill full-time (more than 10 years)


    Cargill places a lot of value on serving the communities in which they operate.
    They benefits are good, although, the health insurance benefits have decreased over the years.
    Depending on your manager and the team you work for, there are opportunities to work from home.
    It is a great place to work if you want experience working on a global team.
    They really work at being a company with a diverse culture. In many companies that I have worked for, the amount of women in IT was scarce. Cargill is the first company that I worked for that not only had a greater number of women in IT, but they had women in IT management roles.
    Great co-workers. People look out for each other and really have a desire to see their team and team members succeed.
    Excellent opportunities for advancement


    Do not work here if you are in IT.
    There are a significant number of middle level managers that "manage up". They are more concerned with how they look to upper management, and are not as concerned about the people that work for them.
    IT is their policy to pay to industry standards, but I have found that they tend to pay lower. However, that could be just my experience.

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    Executive level management - Excellent leaders
    Middle level management - Boy, this level really needs some work. Really try to get a feel for how employees view their managers. You have seen the engagement scores, and the problem has, and continues to be this level of management. You have a few really good middle level managers, but not too many. Help this group of people learn how to manage people as well as business. Encourage them to be candid with their employees, and if they cannot, let the employees know that it is something that they cannot discuss. People appreciate that more than being lied to.
    Supervisors and direct managers really do a good job of pulling together great teams and accomplishing a lot. Take a hard look at your middle management employees and develop a true understanding of how they manage things. I strongly feel that this is the weakest area in Cargill.

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