Is Nestle hiring any new people

Is Nestle hiring any new people

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Worker

Chesterfield, MO

#1 Jan 19, 2012
Is Nestle hiring full time through unemployment office or any through Adecco?

Thank you!
Worker

Chesterfield, MO

#2 Jan 20, 2012
Please someone tell me......Is Nestle bringing in Temps or hiring through unemployment office?

Since: Dec 09

Falls of Rough, Kentucky

#3 Jan 20, 2012
Adecco has a advertisement up on indeed.com for 100 people they put up a few hours ago to work at Nestle. It looks like they are starting out at $9.00 per hour and it is temp to full time positions.

Nestle was also hiring full time through the unemployment office back a few weeks ago, go ask at the unemployment office in Mount Sterling KY they will know if that is still going on.

Since: Dec 09

Falls of Rough, Kentucky

#4 Jan 22, 2012
New advertisement in Mt. Sterling paper. Nestle is hiring on full time go to Unemployment office and put in your application. The unemployment office is off Locust Street downtown Mt. Sterling.
Worker

Chesterfield, MO

#5 Jan 22, 2012
deray wrote:
New advertisement in Mt. Sterling paper. Nestle is hiring on full time go to Unemployment office and put in your application. The unemployment office is off Locust Street downtown Mt. Sterling.
I already did that last week. I hope they call!

Thank you Deray
Ex Worker

Mount Sterling, KY

#6 Jan 22, 2012
It would do you good not to work there..Just sayin. That place is like a slave factory. Rogers foam is hiring I would try there first then use nestle as a second option..
Worker

Chesterfield, MO

#7 Jan 22, 2012
Ex Worker wrote:
It would do you good not to work there..Just sayin. That place is like a slave factory. Rogers foam is hiring I would try there first then use nestle as a second option..
Thanks!

Since: Dec 09

Falls of Rough, Kentucky

#8 Jan 23, 2012
Job Description, Duties and Responsibilities

Production Worker
Production Workers, All OtherLocal employer is seeking to hire applicants for production positions in a food processing plant.

Production
There are two areas where you may be working PROCESSING receives the prepped ingredients of dough, filling, and batter from the material prep area. These are combined with additional formula components and processing methods to form, bake, and freeze sandwiches. PACKAGING receives the cooked, frozen sandwiches from the processing area, places them into wrappers and containers for consumer use, and sends them to the finished goods freezer. Minimum of six months previous manufacturing work experience required. High School Diploma or GED required. Consistent steady employment with few employers. Must be available to work second or third shift and be available to work 8, 10, or 12 hours a day depending on line placement. Available for six day work weeks during increased production. Benefits include Health Care Medical, Dental, Vision plans, Life Insurance, Disability Coverage, 401K, Pension Plan, Flexible Spending Account, and Quarterly Incentive Bonus.

To apply contact the Mt. Sterling Office of Employment and Training. Qualified applicants will be selected for an interview. Please do NOT call employer to follow up on your application it will remain active for 60 days.

**********NO PHONE CALLS!*********DO NOT CONTACT THE EMPLOYER DIRECTLY!*********

In order to apply for this position you must be registered with the Office of Employment and Training. You may register online at www.oet.ky.gov . Please contact your local Office of Employment and Training for referral information.

*****Staff See Comments*****



Salary Range: 11.10 -/hr


Job closing date: 4th March 2012

Requirements:
Experience: required 6 months of experience
Education: GED


Work Shift: Varies
Worker

Chesterfield, MO

#10 Jan 23, 2012
deray wrote:
Job Description, Duties and Responsibilities
Production Worker
Production Workers, All OtherLocal employer is seeking to hire applicants for production positions in a food processing plant.
Production
There are two areas where you may be working PROCESSING receives the prepped ingredients of dough, filling, and batter from the material prep area. These are combined with additional formula components and processing methods to form, bake, and freeze sandwiches. PACKAGING receives the cooked, frozen sandwiches from the processing area, places them into wrappers and containers for consumer use, and sends them to the finished goods freezer. Minimum of six months previous manufacturing work experience required. High School Diploma or GED required. Consistent steady employment with few employers. Must be available to work second or third shift and be available to work 8, 10, or 12 hours a day depending on line placement. Available for six day work weeks during increased production. Benefits include Health Care Medical, Dental, Vision plans, Life Insurance, Disability Coverage, 401K, Pension Plan, Flexible Spending Account, and Quarterly Incentive Bonus.
To apply contact the Mt. Sterling Office of Employment and Training. Qualified applicants will be selected for an interview. Please do NOT call employer to follow up on your application it will remain active for 60 days.
**********NO PHONE CALLS!*********DO NOT CONTACT THE EMPLOYER DIRECTLY!*********
In order to apply for this position you must be registered with the Office of Employment and Training. You may register online at www.oet.ky.gov . Please contact your local Office of Employment and Training for referral information.
*****Staff See Comments*****
Salary Range: 11.10 -/hr
Job closing date: 4th March 2012
Requirements:
Experience: required 6 months of experience
Education: GED
Work Shift: Varies
Hey Deray, They told me I would probably be on third shift sanitation. What are the hours on 3rd? Do they work 6 days a week 8 hours or do they have the 4 days and then 4 days off rotating like they do on 1st and 2nd? Does third have like Xteam Y team like they do on first and second?

Thanks Deray for the info!!!!

Since: Dec 09

Falls of Rough, Kentucky

#11 Jan 23, 2012
Ex Worker wrote:
It would do you good not to work there..Just sayin. That place is like a slave factory. Rogers foam is hiring I would try there first then use nestle as a second option..
I agree, but as the old saying goes a job is a job is a job. Most of the time there it is long 10-12+ hours, hard and cold 45 degrees or less. Sometimes work is slow and you don't get very many hours, that happened for about 6 months in five plus years in my experience.

My recommend is to stay out of any drama, especially that involves any of the females. Some of the females are in real tight with the team leaders, management at nestle if you know what I mean. Some of the team leaders are sociopaths, have a god like view of themselves. Just do your job, ignore the bull malarkey, and you may get by for awhile. Don't think you will retire there though.

If you want to know what I mean by sociopath team leaders go to this web site. http://www.mcafee.cc/Bin/sb.html

Since: Dec 09

Falls of Rough, Kentucky

#12 Jan 23, 2012
Worker wrote:
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Hey Deray, They told me I would probably be on third shift sanitation. What are the hours on 3rd? Do they work 6 days a week 8 hours or do they have the 4 days and then 4 days off rotating like they do on 1st and 2nd? Does third have like Xteam Y team like they do on first and second?
Thanks Deray for the info!!!!
They have changed all of that since I worked there. It will depend on what line you work on, your scheduled time will probably be based on the X, Y, Z scheme they have, line five used to work a 1st and 2nd shift only, I have no idea if they still do that. They mainly work the lines until production is done, if that means 2 A.M. that will be when you will start cleaning, if it is 10 A.M. then you will start then. Has much to do with how the packaging equipment and such is running, sometimes they have very, very bad nights.

In the past sanitation would come in about 10 P.M. and wait until the line they were scheduled to clean finished production no matter what time that was in the morning. Much of this may have changed now, they may put sanitation people to work doing other things until they can start cleaning. I have not worked for Nestle for sometime, sorry I could not help you more. But congrats on getting a job, it has been very hard for most people to find work in the last few years. Maybe some others who still work for Nestle that prow on here can give you better info.
Worker

Chesterfield, MO

#13 Jan 23, 2012
deray wrote:
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They have changed all of that since I worked there. It will depend on what line you work on, your scheduled time will probably be based on the X, Y, Z scheme they have, line five used to work a 1st and 2nd shift only, I have no idea if they still do that. They mainly work the lines until production is done, if that means 2 A.M. that will be when you will start cleaning, if it is 10 A.M. then you will start then. Has much to do with how the packaging equipment and such is running, sometimes they have very, very bad nights.
In the past sanitation would come in about 10 P.M. and wait until the line they were scheduled to clean finished production no matter what time that was in the morning. Much of this may have changed now, they may put sanitation people to work doing other things until they can start cleaning. I have not worked for Nestle for sometime, sorry I could not help you more. But congrats on getting a job, it has been very hard for most people to find work in the last few years. Maybe some others who still work for Nestle that prow on here can give you better info.
Thanks alot Deray you are the best. Do you think maybe they would hire you back??? It would be worth a try if you are still unemployed. I did work there for a short time in 2010 on line 4 days through Adecco. I liked working there.

Since: Dec 09

Falls of Rough, Kentucky

#14 Jan 23, 2012
Worker wrote:
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Thanks alot Deray you are the best. Do you think maybe they would hire you back??? It would be worth a try if you are still unemployed. I did work there for a short time in 2010 on line 4 days through Adecco. I liked working there.
I may try, the people who were involved in my firing are not there anymore, except for one HR. All the team leaders are gone several times over except for two. The manager is gone, he got canned sometime back. They have a high turn over rate at Nestle, five plus years I was employed, they fired 4 managers, fired 6 team leaders on one line, that did not include the ones they kept slipping in and out from other lines and fired 31 of the 32 associates I hired in with full time, only one out of that group is still there a pretty little female.
Worker

Chesterfield, MO

#15 Jan 23, 2012
deray wrote:
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I may try, the people who were involved in my firing are not there anymore, except for one HR. All the team leaders are gone several times over except for two. The manager is gone, he got canned sometime back. They have a high turn over rate at Nestle, five plus years I was employed, they fired 4 managers, fired 6 team leaders on one line, that did not include the ones they kept slipping in and out from other lines and fired 31 of the 32 associates I hired in with full time, only one out of that group is still there a pretty little female.
I didnt get fired just went to another factory.

Shew I hope I dont ever get fired! I have never been fired from any job. I will just go in there and work and stay out of the gossip and drama. lol

Since: Dec 09

Falls of Rough, Kentucky

#16 Jan 23, 2012
I really didn't get fired in the normal sense, I got ambushed, that's the reason I don't like Nestle very much.
worker 2

Dallas, TX

#17 Jan 24, 2012
deray wrote:
I really didn't get fired in the normal sense, I got ambushed, that's the reason I don't like Nestle very much.
When did u work there. How long ago
Sunray Sam

Chesterfield, MO

#18 Jan 24, 2012
deray wrote:
I really didn't get fired in the normal sense, I got ambushed, that's the reason I don't like Nestle very much.
They are certainly known for "ambushing" - also, for bending rules and regulations to keep certain people (usually female) even if they are not qualified. Rumor around the "grist mill" was that last year when they were doing away with certain positions, one person who was supposed to be cut ended up in an HR position -
yep

Dallas, TX

#19 Jan 24, 2012
Sunray Sam wrote:
<quoted text>They are certainly known for "ambushing" - also, for bending rules and regulations to keep certain people (usually female) even if they are not qualified. Rumor around the "grist mill" was that last year when they were doing away with certain positions, one person who was supposed to be cut ended up in an HR position -
Start with a C?
Sunray Sam

Chesterfield, MO

#20 Jan 24, 2012
yep wrote:
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Start with a C?
Yes.

Since: Dec 09

Falls of Rough, Kentucky

#21 Jan 24, 2012
worker 2 wrote:
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When did u work there. How long ago
Lets just say it has been almost two years.

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