Nestle USA – Louisville, KY
-The Asset/Equipment Mover is responsible for loading and unloading equipment from trucks; organizing, and, replenishing stock, accurately selecting… Nestle USA
Nestle USA – Indianapolis, IN
· Process payroll cycles for time worked, overtime, and miscellaneous pay types. · Inputs data from time sheets, production records, or manning… Nestle USA
Nestle USA – Saint Cloud, MN
The purpose of this position is the entry point to fill front line selling positions including Sales Representative Relief, Route Sales… Nestle USA
Nestle USA – Richmond, VA
Experience and training on Rockwell software 5/500/5000 is preferred. This position requires a strong electrical aptitude, problem-solving and… Nestle USA
Nestle USA – Appleton, WI
Capable of meeting or exceeding designated efficiency and productivity rates. Ability to differentiate between the acceptable and unacceptable… Nestle USA
Nestle USA – Modesto, CA
OPERATIONAL TASKS Product Release · Responsible for releasing or holding finished product from production, PD, and TAG for retail and institutional… Nestle USA
Nestle USA – Tacoma, WA
• Accurate freezer order picking. • Equipment truck loading and maintaining an orderly, safe and clean work environment. • 'Work within a group/team… Nestle USA
Nestle USA – Atlanta, GA
include planning, forecasting, and analyzing on key business decisions. You will also work closely with our shared service providers to reduce… Nestle USA
Nestle USA – Long Branch, NJ
1. Demonstrate thorough knowledge of expected SH&E practices and behaviors. 2. Implement and participate in company SH&E policies, processes and… Nestle USA
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I have been working at Nestlé USA full-timePros
This is a large & very mature company. This comes with several pros/cons.
-do not need to work very hard and can get away with it. Usually put in 20% effort & get praised for amazing work because the standards are so low
-work/life balance, especially if you have kidsCons
-compensation is below market rate in urban areas (even for CPG)
-flat organization --> very few opportunities for advancement. This is an old boys club so if you are not willing to network/politic/etc, you will not get very far. Promotions are given to people who are well connected vs. produce quality (or any) work. There's a saying here that people are promoted if they are incompetent (moves them out of your department) & the good people are sabotaged (why give up the one person in your group that's pulling the weight of 5?)
-lots of lazy people who skate by. It's very important to just be competent...otherwise you will be expected to do work or risk getting fired during the mass layoffs (happening quite a bit. Lost track of the rounds...)
-Focus is on cutting costs as the company is mature and not growing.
-culture/vibe is toxic on some levels in the Glendale office. People look like they are about to slit their wrists
-benefits are crap. It might be great for Switzerland (Nestle Global HQ), but it is below average in most urban areas.
-People are choosing to leave vs waiting to get fired. This is great for them because they usually end up in better companies and/or roles that appreciate them. However, for those of us who stay...be ready to do more work as positions are filled very slowly (i.e. hiring freeze). You will be given a bunch of fake promises so you won't leave and have your boss (god forbid) actually do work instead of hanging out with his/her buddies!
-Promises of things moving "quickly" usually mean 1-2 years...seriously, no joke....This is the first (& hopefully only) company that I have been at that has moved this slowly. I think the DMV moves faster than this & they have unions!
-Watch your back as people will throw you under the bus for their own advancement (this includes your coworkers, other directors to directors, etc). Would be hilarious to watch if you didn't work there.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Cut the fat in management as your multiple rounds of layoffs have focused on the people who actually do work and/or are the lowest paid people in the groups (most likely why they don't have time to schmooze). This is the first company I have been at where you have high paid execs who are paid to just twiddle their thumbs all day in front of their computer taking credit for their subordinates work (& throwing them under the bus when they inevitably make a mistake). What is the point of keeping these people? Improve your compensation & benefits package so they are competitive with the market. Maybe people will become happier if they are actually paid for the work they produce?Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO