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Current Employee – been working at Heinz
Pros – It is a really nice place to work. There are many growth opportunities; the compensation is good and many training/education opportunities as well. If you want to work for a big company, I would recommend Heinz. I took advantage of the flexible work arraignment program they introduced a year ago and now I work from home one day a week.
Cons – Coming from a small company to Heinz I was shocked at how many “systems” were in place. You can’t just do your work without using a system, having a meeting with various other people, etc… I’m in product development and it took 4 years from bench top development to the product being on store shelves. I understand that is necessary for a huge company to have ALL of its research in place before launching a product, but in my entire 4 years here I feel like I’ve only accomplished one thing. Heinz is like a huge ship. The little people are necessary, but can’t really influence the direction of the ship.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2011-09-19 10:39 PDT
A World of Good Food The H.J. Heinz Company, headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is the most global of all U.S.-based food companies. Famous for our iconic brands on five continents, Heinz provides delicious… — Full Overview
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