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28 days ago

Full Time Delivery Agent - CDL A

Nestle USA Atlanta, GA

• Create rapport with appropriate staff members in all accounts, communicate with staff during deliveries, respond to customer requests, and forward… Nestle USA


1 day ago

Full Time Utility I - CDL B – new

Nestle USA Lawrenceville, GA

• Identify and act on selling opportunities or informs sales person, respond to competitor activities, maintain/increase space, make secondary… Nestle USA


16 days ago

Full Time Warehouse l

Nestle USA Lawrenceville, GA

• Perform all required procedures and documentation in a safe and efficient manner to maintain the highest quality finished product for our customers… Nestle USA


5 days ago

Warehouse Supervisor - 2nd Shift

Nestle USA McDonough, GA

Responsible for all day-to-day warehouse activities including, but not limited to, work scheduling, staffing, supervisory tasks (coaching, guiding… Nestle USA


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    Great place to develop a career than leave for more money

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    Former Employee - Human Resources Manager in DeKalb, IL
    Former Employee - Human Resources Manager in DeKalb, IL

    I worked at Nestlé USA full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    A great group of coworkers, good systems and processes, motivated employees who value teaching you your function and the CPG business, good cross functional work environment, decent 401k and pension plan, overall good health benefits (although my last 3 years there, they really cheaped them out and raised premiums while doing it). My advice for those joining Nestle, maintain close networking ties with peers who leave, Nestle looks great on a resume and your former peers will be an asset when you get fed up of the poor pay and work-life balance.

    Cons

    Total Rewards are way below market, I was able to find an equivalent lateral job though a former Nestle peer making 30k more a year in base alone. Also career development as a manger in most functions is predicated on your ability to relocate every 2 to 3 years, if I ever opted out of being relocatable my career development would have come to a screeching halt. Also the work life balance at field sites in management is out of control, your basically working 24/7/365.

    Fair warning, the new CEO, Paul Grimword (a Brit) is a ego manic who believes all the American management are useless. However he and his hand selected European Sr. Leaders have only overseen the deepening decline of the business that is a not a result of mismanagement by his well liked American successor, but likely a result of the bloated corporate structure that is slow to change and innovate. All this has really eroded the corporate culture.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Find ways to promote development with out requiring relocation, improve total rewards to increase retention, also improve work/life balance at field sites.

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