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30+ days ago

Industrial Engineer Intern

Hormel Austin, MN

• Will work in various departments and throughout the plant to: • Identify opportunities for improvements by performing ergonomic job surveys… Hormel

30+ days ago

Quality and Process Control Supervisor - Associate

Hormel Austin, MN

· Consults with management, providing leadership on quality and food safety in the manufacturing facility · Approves product ingredients/labels to… Hormel

30+ days ago

Staff Accountant

Hormel Austin, MN

• Participate in management decisions that will affect the short and long term goals of the company • General Accountants prepare financial reports… Hormel

30+ days ago

Kitchen Assistant/Assistant Chef - Research & Development

Hormel Austin, MN

The person in this position: · Works on a part time basis, independently and as part of a crew, for buffet-style service for Hormel Foods… Hormel

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Hormel Chairman, President, and CEO Jeffrey M. Ettinger
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Hormel full-time (more than 10 years)


    Good benefits. Safety and Quality are important. CEO is fantastic, great views for the company.


    Work ALL THE TIME!. No work life balance, narrow minded coworkers, conservative company. Most manufacturing companies are in remote areas or small towns with limited access to extra curricular activities. Corporate office is in small town and you live next to your boss. Not a company that keeps or attracts top talent. Upper management does not align themselves with future growth of employees. Unless you golf with your BOSS - good luck on getting a promotion or stellar annual review. My superior struggled at talking to me daily - as if it was a hassle. Promote diversity yet have NONE. Behind the ball on business excellence and lean manufacturing. Back to top talent.... can't keep top talent when working conditions are work, work, work and the longer you stay at work (even if you are not working yet talking or playing on the computer) the better an employee you are. So, if you stay at work for 12-14 hours you are seen as an excellent employee. I tell you what.... if I'm at work for 12 hours managing a 8 hour shift I'm a POOR manager. I'm there 9-10 hours and I'm called part timer! I'm about business excellence and doing it right the first time. I don't need to work beyond those hours to get my work done. Work environment is cold and wet and you stand on concrete for your 10-12 hour day at least 6 days a week. No flexibility. Limited community involvement.

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    Kenexa survey results are not coming fast enough! Devote your time to work balance and retaining top talent. Move corporate offices out of Austin MN and work toward TRUE training and continuous improvement. Have your upper managers at the plants truly follow a development plan for your younger managers. We are being neglected because too many of the wrong people have been promoted. You are not retaining TOP TALENT! Your competitors are taking your good people because the wrong people are getting the promotions.

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