- 1.013 May 2023
Would give zero stars if possibleAnonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsPlymouth, WI
Bonus system is ok when the goals to achieve it aren't set ridiculously high
This place has gotten so bad over the last few years. Management and supervision is the worst!! Hr is a mess and no seems to have a clue what's going on. They screw up things from your paycheck to fmla paperwork If the CEO(jeff) really knew what goes on out on the floor between supervision and the employees, I'd think he be pretty disappointed. He's a nice guy but i dont really think he knows whats really going on out there. Upper management treats lower employees like they're dumb and just machines, no empathy whatsoever in this company. When I started a long time ago, it wasn't such a bad place. It's now almost unbearable. They lie about no forced overtime. Supervision plays favorites terribly. Short staffed but management continues to try to run like they're fully staffed. Many people have voiced their opinion and nothing ever changes. Have to punch out for breaks which is ridiculous. Very toxic work environment and culture currently. Many current employees are looking for new jobs because of how bad its gotten.Masters Gallery Foods Response5mo
Thank you for sharing your perspective. Masters Gallery Foods is committed to creating a culture of open and honest communication. As a Top Employer in Sheboygan County, we strive to instill sense of belonging and respect amongst our entire team. We take concerns very seriously and are always open to hearing feedback in how we can take action to improve. We invite you to contact us directly at email@example.com.
- 5.06 Sept 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Fast paced with continual growth. A lot of different schedules to choose from.
I can’t think of any major ones that make it different than anywhere else.Masters Gallery Foods Response2w
Thanks so much for sharing your feedback. Sounds like you're taking great advantage of the many development opportunities here. We are proud to be able to provide various schedules that work for our employees and their lifestyles. Thanks again for all you do!
- 1.08 Sept 2023Production EmployeeCurrent Employee
Its a short drive from home.
They lied to the community and their employees about "No mandatory overtime" plastering billboards all over the county trying to get people to apply here. Now they're forcing Saturday work again like nothing happened. The busy "season" is 6 months out of the year, not really a seasonal thing if it's going on half the year, and I wouldn't be surprised if it extended further given their track record for mandatory OT.Masters Gallery Foods Response2w
Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback. As a family-owned company, we understand value of work-life balance and continue to want to create a culture that drives this with the norm of reduced forced weekend overtime. As we head into our Busy Season, Masters Gallery is grateful to all our employees for their continued extra efforts to enable our organization to meet customer needs. We would like to invite you to reach out directly to connect further at firstname.lastname@example.org.