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30+ days ago

Associate Material Handler (3rd. shift Part-time 25 to 30 hrs.)

Schwan's Alva, OK

Moves materials supplies and frozen food products through facility. Stacks skids or pallets in designated areas. Cleans up and disposes of scrap… Schwan's

25 days ago

Warehouse Operations Manager (3rd Shift) Sales Distribution Support Supervisor

Schwan's Colchester, VT +2 locations

• Interviews, hires, trains, supervises and manages the performance of the material handlers that carry out warehouse operation duties… Schwan's

30+ days ago

Food Assembler Break Crew (Bl.3)

Schwan's Salina, KS

Performs all duties in compliance with existing USDA, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), State, Federal, and company regulations… Schwan's

30+ days ago

HR Analytics Intern

Schwan's Marshall, MN

The Human Resources (HR) Analytics Intern, under direct supervision, will be responsible for providing analytics support to the Human Resource… Schwan's

30+ days ago

Sr Project Engineer

Schwan's Pasadena, TX

This position will be the main engineering technical resource at the plant. This position will provide project management project engineering and… Schwan's

30+ days ago

Senior Director Manufacturing

Schwan's Pasadena, TX

• Ensures product quality meets established standards and that costs are within budget. • Assists in the development of and implementation of… Schwan's

10 days ago

Material Handler (Part Time)

Schwan's Fort Worth, TX

Moves materials supplies and frozen food products through facility. Stacks skids or pallets in designated areas. Cleans up and disposes of scrap… Schwan's

30+ days ago

Line Attendant / 2nd Shift

Schwan's Marshall, MN

This position is responsible for performing a variety of jobs in packaging and/or the assembly operations in the processing of foods. Produces a… Schwan's

10 days ago

MCS Machine Operator I

Schwan's Florence, KY

This position is responsible for safe operation of simple manufacturing machines. Responsible for the operation of a single piece of manufacturing… Schwan's

30+ days ago

Director, Customer Marketing

Schwan's Bloomington, MN

• Provide input and leadership to the 3yr and annual planning process through the development of the annual trade marketing review and… Schwan's

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    Could have been fun if management weren't lost in their own world.

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    Former Employee - Customer Service Manager in Montgomery, AL
    Former Employee - Customer Service Manager in Montgomery, AL

    I worked at Schwan's full-time (more than 3 years)


    Autonomy was one of the best practices. You created your customer base, serviced them systematically, and had the ability to be happy about providing a service that many people enjoyed.


    Being instructed to perform for no less than 12 hours per day became stressful when office time wasn't counted into your hourly work. You were required to be in the office by 8:00 a.m. The problem arrived when you didn't start a daily meeting until 8:30, and it included a 45 minute conference call, at which point, you have already lost an hour and fifteen minutes of sales time. Then, on top of that, you would find that your truck hasn't been loaded yet, you still have inventory to check, and then you have to check the status of your vehicle. So, it's now 10:00, and your leaving the depot. To make things worse, your first stop is an hour away, ergo, you have now lost three full hours of sales time. So, you go throughout the full day, seeing somewhere between 70-100 customers (businesses would have several customers at a time.) and you rushed to see as many business customers before 5:00 and you are left with 15 stops between 5:00 and say 8:00. So, you've seen every customer possible and you return to the depot at 9:00. At which point, you've been working 13 hours, but management makes you feel worthless because you were only seeing customers for 10 of those hours.
    Management's constant incapacity for making their employees comfortable and content is the worst thing about Schwan's Home Services - I assume it would be those reasons to explain their entire withdrawal from the Southeast United States

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    One of the biggest opportunities would be to communicate comfort and performance education to the employees as opposed to make them feel like second class people.

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