- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Nestlé Purina U.S. full-time (More than a year)
Compensation, benefits, and opportunity. Some people are nice and friendly. The breaks are good, the employee center is a nice treat for short relaxation during breaks. They are big on safety, so that's a good thing. Training is good, but could also use a little work in some areas. There's easy access to office staff, if there not in a meeting. It was nice that the VP "Pat" would come and he knew me by my name, even if I didn't have my name on my shirt. The VP would come talk to us on the floor, very personable! They provide meals on occasion. The discounts with perks at work were nice. Basically, if you work for it, they will go out of there way to get employees what they want. PTO time and vacations time off is decent. They do work with you on alot of things, HR understand life happens.
It gets stressful. There's a lot of pressure on operators to be successful. There's to many people saying to many things about what the operators should do, which causes confusion and to much pressure causes people to mess up. The team leaders are rubish, rude, and seem to have a bad attitude about things, sometimes. Communication is a area that needs approvement, facilitators need to communicate action plans better. Stop showing favoritism to certain people. Competency matrix needs revision. The point system isn't that good, it could be better. Easy to be terminated. No room for mistakes!
Advice to Management
To treat people equal, and be fair with all employees. Give people a fair chance and appreciate the ones that put in the hard work. And stop showing favoritism to people. It's not fair to those who also want opportunity, too! Stop fussing about the small things that don't matter. I think, personally, employees need more group discussions and round table meetings with HR (HR that actually works on site). If you set a deadline for anything, make sure it's completed. Overall, you guys have a lot of potential. It's been nice meeting you all and thanks for the learning opportunity!
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I applied online. I interviewed at Nestlé Purina U.S. (Hartwell, GA) in June 2018.
Phone Interview. asked basic questions and then asked some questions that I had to recall a time and explain who, what, when, where and why. Interviewer was very nice and was told I would receive an answer about any further interview within 10 days.