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20 hrs ago

Part time Retail Representative – new

Nestle USA Minneapolis, MN

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


23 days ago

Delivery Driver

Nestle USA Minneapolis, MN

• Decision Driving skills including proper following distance, proper eye lead, proper stopping distance, checking intersections, using safety wedge… Nestle USA


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    disturbing and nauseating-typical big corporate soulless giant

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    Former Employee - RSR-RELIEF in Minneapolis, MN
    Former Employee - RSR-RELIEF in Minneapolis, MN

    I worked at Nestlé USA

    Pros

    The company has very good benefits. RSR, Utility Reps, Merchandisers, and other field sales people have some freedom which is nice.

    Cons

    A division with very disappointing management and leadership at most levels. Characteristics best described as dishonest and misleading at best. The buddy system is very strong. Dishonest, both straight to your face and in groups. The culture is in a very serious change mode, best described as extraordinarily messed up with low morale. A very insecure work force and low/middle management are extremely political. Incoherent HR generalists who are clueless and robotic. No support from literally anyone and all problems are yours. Backstabbing and manipulation are a daily part of business. The most confusing Houdini unfair compensation structure around. No loyalty and high turnover expected in the future. Other than that a great place to work!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be honest with your people. Expect the same from your managers and HR folks. Make things stable and transparent. It's sad to see the seasoned quality people leaving and having 22 year old college grads being placed into positions undeserving.

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