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I worked at Wells' Dairy full-time (More than 8 years)
Most of the people I worked with were great. I was in outside sales a long way from corporate office and the freedoms were terrific.
It seems that every few years they bring in a new management team who want to change the process. It was hard to build on any success or fix any problems because someone new was always trying to put there spin on what should be an easy process.
Advice to Management
Stop trying to run a national company on a one size fits all concept. What works in California doesn't play in New England.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Wells' Dairy (Le Mars, IA) in January 2015.
A couple of group interviews & lunch with some of the interviewers. Ran into a lot of other employees at the local restaurant. Appeared to be a standard set of questions because each group asked many of the same questions. I felt as if I was repeating myself every hour. A couple of the interviewers shared their positive employment experiences, but it was evident this is the only place they have worked.
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From Bunny Tracks ice cream to red-white-and-blue Bomb Pops, Wells Enterprises' dairy spans the frozen treat spectrum. It's best known for its more than 500 Blue Bunny-branded ice cream and frozen novelty products (which come in more than 70 flavors). In addition to its ice cream and frozen yogurt and ice cream treats, Wells also makes sherbet and sorbet. Wells sells its dairy goodies through convenience stores, restaurants, supermarkets, discount retailers, and vending machines nationwide. Its foodservice division provides ice cream, sherbet, and specialty ...