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17 December 2019

Pros

Pay is competitive in Production

Cons

Very minimal benefits, a failing pension and no company match on the 401k. The "union" at the facility I worked at is very weak and is in the company's back pocket. Work life balance is non existent, and the company refuses to restructure the schedule so employees can have more than 1 weekend off every 5-6 weeks. Hands down the worst company culture I have ever seen in my career of production environments, its appalling.

Advice to Management

Engage employees and include them. Treat them and speak to them as they are equal to you as a human being. Maybe something to include family. Employee recognition and benefits that will provide for employee's futures.

Very minimal benefits, a failing pension and no company match on the 401k.

17 December 2019

Reviewed by: Maintenance Technician in Breinigsville, PA (Former Employee)

1 November 2019

Pros

Decent benefits, 401K match, tuition reimbursement if you actually have time to go to school after they work you to death

Cons

The company only cares about a few people at the top, anyone director level and above. Managers, supervisors, and hourly associates are the scum of the earth. They will work you literally to death, and then just replace shoe without a second thought. Promotions are only available to males, regardless of your competence, skill, and ability to do the job. The posters have great descriptions of company values and ideals, but it’s all for show.

Decent benefits, 401K match, tuition reimbursement if you actually have time to go to school after they work you to death

1 November 2019

Reviewed by: Quality and Food Safety Manager in United States (Current Employee)

12 September 2018

Pros

-Strong Sales/Operations talent in the field & technical skills in Corporate -Abundance of bread :) -Great products, logical hierarchy, and stable company -Great company match 401K (5%) -Great leaders scattered throughout company

Cons

-Low end of competitive pay -Employee traps: policies, benefits, "growth" -Organizational restructures every 2 years - LEAN beyond means, as in too much work for most positions to handle - Demand is not there - Old age company not changing or becoming humane enough with the times

Advice to Management

Do whatever it takes to NOT lose your talent, listen to those who have seem many facets of the company, GET AHEAD OF THE TIMES

Great company match 401K (5%)

12 September 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous in United States (Current Employee)

3 English reviews out of 3