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Management not very goods. They don’t care about associates that actually work and know what they are doing. Associate been there longer than another associates. Is the new associates problem to coach the old associates. They don’t hold people accountable for anything. All they care about if u hurt someone’s feelings. Oh I hurt their feelings cuz I told them to do their job. I will never refer or ever go back to Mars Petcare. The use and abuse the hard workers. And let the lazy ones do whatever they want. Management wants to be everyone’s friend instead of managing the employees. The only thing good with Mars is the benefits. Pay sucks, reviews sucks, all the extra bs have to do to just get a 25 cent raise. Seem only way to get a raise is to kiss butt and be a cry baby. Management never on the floor seeing what is actually going on. They need to wipeout management and start fresh. I never had a good relationship with my supervisor and in the 25 yrs of manufacturing I’ve always had a good relationship. But because I never kissed butt and always told it like it was he never took me seriously. Since being gone a month. I’ve been such a better person.
This job is awesome. I love my team members because they don't mind helping out. I'm constantly being asked "is everything okay? Do you need anything?' I love that. It makes me feel valued. I think pay starting out could be better but I WILL NOT complain. Awesome benefits.
Benefits, decent pay and cute uniforms. Great co-workers.
Getting paid bi-weekly
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Disgusting place to work carnage every day rubbish management very little benefits and the ones that are left will probably be taken away. No direction from management and I don't believe they know how to make the factory run properly. Management will come out and tell lies to your face and completely go against there own policys as and when it suits them.
I always heard Mars us a good job. Well, truth is, the work environment is. But management & the pay is not. a lady that worked there for over 30 years just making 23 dollars an hour. I asked her if the pay was different for someone that worked in the process area, & she said nope. I believe her. They go out of their way to assure you not work a second of O/T or D/T or a holiday.
Air conditioned & cooled
Cant live on the money they pay
They work everyone a minimum of 12.5 hours but You usually have to stay 14 hours a day. They ask for a lot of overtime. Everyone is over worked and unappreciated. On one shift the shift manager is rude a lot of people has left because of him. He has anger issues and throws a fit if things dont go his way.
I have over 35 years of manufacturing experience with three different companies. Its a good place for someone to gain experience in pet food manufacturing. Big difference in pay scale from job to job. Lower paying jobs should be higher. They use temporary workers on site. You are given an hourly wage with the promise of a bonus if certain criteria are met, production numbers , down time, safety. It's the old carrot on a string to keep the horse moving forward trick. They talk about how big the bonus could be, but two years now and I've only seen a small fraction of it. On the other hand some of my coworkers think it's a great place to work, but not as good as it was a few years ago.
One of the weirdest places I've worked. Loads of benefits. 3 weeks vacation, 5 days sick time, profit sharing, paid sick leave (80%), they feed you all the time, Christmas gifts, and a lot more. Yet management only gives night shift 25 cent shift differential. Which is really low, most places give at least 50. Management also favors dayshift much more in terms of staffing and meetings. Meetings were usually scheduled for the start of the shift but if you were on nights it was scheduled for after shift making us stay until 8am. Making a long day longer. Also staffing, with the low shift differential turn over is high on nights. We were always short handed and my manager didn't seem to care. For over 6 months we had almost no new hires while working 50+ hours a week to cover other vacancies. Some even worked 7+ days forced OT due to the lack of hiring. Job titles won't save you from forced OT. You will be forced to work a position that makes 4+ dollars more without the pay. Most operators don't even do operator work. Most drive forklifts. Which is a better paying job. Called this out and yet still wasn't paid as a material handler. Servicers do the work of the Senor Operators without pay. Cross training only means you get to do the job when it's vacant(without pay). Not that you are next to get the job once it's available. The managers hand out the best paying jobs out to their favorites. Just spend a lot of time in the office and you'll get a good job. No hard work needed. Lots of good things too Ok pay for the area Profit sharing. Lots of OT - plus...
3 weeks vacation, Excellent corporate management, Pizza Parties
No paid lunch, Lack of advancement, Line managers promote their favorites
Test inbound commodities for Mycotoxin and Aflatoxin and other various molds and bacteria. I also blended and tested inbound meats for Ph, ash, and protein levels.
They would reward us with bonuses and free lunches when we excel in our departments.
Its a plant that makes dog food so there is a lot of raw meat, which didn't always smell the greatest.
Mars has a lot of chains. you work for 12 hour's 4 day's in a row and get 4 day's off. Management is quite great everything is learnable. It's a good place if u need a job quick.
clean, a lot of space, good food
was a good place to work only thing I didn't like was rotating shifts swing shift did many things over the years I was there from depal operator,packaging operator worked in the wharhouse area for several years then as hydro operator.also was trained and filled in as production line manager as well as logistics manager
There is a lot of computer work I find stressful. It takes a lot to make dog food .Very nice.They encourages you to move up to the top.The computers. The people out there are the nicest group of people I have ever worked with.
Typical day at mars was to run the machines get out the product at a good safe pace. preform checks, change overs. working with the people was okay.It's a serious place to work they make candy and running a machine that sent candy out into the world was a good experience. Got to work on projects with maintenance and engineers.