Managers and coworkers are generally ok. Usually can work with your department to schedule time off for vacations, events ahead of time. Facilities and break rooms always clean. I was able to read/study on down time, but that's different in other departments. They give away furniture every few months, a lot of it is in good condition or even new. Unless you are IT or on the production line it's M-F 8-5, which I loved. I'd recommend this to someone who is finishing school or looking for a more permanent position.
The CEO micro-manages everyone. Down to the warehouse workers. The benefits package is garbage, no maternity leave, minuscule amount of PTO, pay is terrible. I only received a $.16 raise in my 3 years there despite getting a degree while there. Managers really dont have much power, so executives have to approve everything you do. There's no room for advancement.
Advice to Management
Lower management, keep caring about your employees. It's very much appreciated and noticed!!! Upper management, get off your high horses. You're really not the most important beings in the world.
I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Nutraceutical (Mobile, AL) in July 2016.
I was contacted by a company rep when they seen my resume online and asked for an interview. It seemed kind of sketchy so I didn't go through with it. I was assuming it would be one of those "It Works" or "Plexus" type things.
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