Russell Stover

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    Former Employee - Packer in Corsicana, TX
    Former Employee - Packer in Corsicana, TX

    I worked at Russell Stover

    Pros

    Good pay, benefits. Went in at 5am got out at 3:30 4 days a week. Two 15 minute breaks and one 30 minute break. After 3 months you can 'bid' on another position and get paid more. Meet alot of nice people, i miss that the most.

    Cons

    Leads would choose favorites and would treat them better even when slacking off while others worked their butts off for the same pay...

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    Treat all your workers the same and take notice when one is working harder than others that are just fooling around

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Russell Stover Interviews

Updated Aug 31, 2014
Updated Aug 31, 2014

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    Sales Representative Interview

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    Interview Details

    30 min interview with District Manager which was very low key. A few days later I received a followed up phone interview with the Regional Manager which was also low key, no real tough questions.

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Website www.russellstover.com
Headquarters Kansas City, MO
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1923
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

For Russell Stover, life really "is" a box of chocolates. As the largest maker of boxed chocolates in the US, its Whitman Sampler and other boxed candies are its bread and butter and recognizable by most moms. Russell Stover also sells hard candies and jellies that are bagged or individually wrapped, as well as sugar-free candy, such as its sugarless version of Pangburn's Millionaires. The firm's candies are sold by 70,000-plus retail outlets in all 50 US states and Puerto Rico, and in more than 20 other countries, including Canada and the UK. Russell Stover also operates... More

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