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NSF International Food Safety Representative Reviews

Updated Aug 18, 2015

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    "Food Safety"

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    Food Safety Representative in Ann Arbor, MI
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at NSF International

    Pros

    None anymore. Most perks were removed years ago. Be careful of promises. They make it sound better than it actually is.

    Cons

    Overworked for the amount of pay you receive. No overtime is the problem. If you go in at a salary position make sure you are highly compensated because you will but in 100 hours a week for 40 hours of pay. Management doesn't care about you personal life. Just getting the job done and jumping when they need your help. Upper management pulls the strings and there is a lot of favoritism in the division. Clients can really make your life miserable if they don't like you. Management just wants to look good at your cost. When you go to HR they will toss you under the bus. Also if upper management knows of mistakes or problems they will not inform the client to save face. They push it under the rug. Don't expect the management to live up to their promises. Also if someone promises you something and they leave you are screwed.

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    NSF International2015-08-18
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    "Food Safety Representative"

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    • Compensation and Benefits
    Current Employee - Food Safety Representative in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at NSF International full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    During training you meet lots of new people.

    Cons

    *****If you're thinking about working here, DON'T!!***** you can probably do much better than grunt work for pennies a day***** A major insult on your intelligence!! Unrealistic expectations for entry level position. Very low salary for the kind of filth you're in day after day. If a client does not like you, it is highly likely that you'll get fired because of it. You'll get fired anyway during training if you don't learn everything about the job within a month of hiring, they'll make up some bullcrap story about how you're not the right employee for the job because you didn't learn EVERYTHING, including the little nuisances there is to learn about the job in a matter of weeks! There is absolutely no communication between you and your direct supervisor whatsoever, until you're being fired! Obviously they are not able to keep positions filled due to a very high attrition rate in this particular position. Time spent driving to these trash dumps that happen to serve greasy hamburgers is NOT factored into your day at all! DO NOT ACCEPT the job offer if you have a life and want to maintain a healthy lifestyle and wish to have a realistic work life balance. If you have a family do not accept this job offer, you'll hardly get to see them if you work here.

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    NSF International2012-11-23

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