I have been working at Keystone Foods full-time (More than 10 years)
Better than average healthcare, bonus, & retirement. Nice (but quickly declining) perks. Comfortable office & working conditions. Friendly coworkers.
Poor\absent leadership. Parent company (Marfrig, Brazil) is the role model for what not to do when buying and (trying to) integrate the acquired company. Benefits and working conditions quickly deteriorating. Very slow to change and adopt progressive trends and culture.
Advice to Management
Given the current business challenges and poor employee morale you'd think there would be a stronger attempt by senior leadership to stabilize and communicate. The absence of strong and confident leadership (and communication) conveys a very bad message to the dedicated and talented workforce.
I have been working at Keystone Foods full-time
Free lunches. Adding more words because of 5 word minimum. No other pros...
Very uptight environment wrapped around a frenzy of political issues. over 13 management members have left in the past 12 months and many more will be leaving.
The new management team is sweeping house to appease a broken relationship with their biggest customer, McDonald's.
The company is not looking to develop employees and retain them, just seeing how they can stop the bleeding.
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