Greenvale AP Employee Reviews
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I started at Greenvale as a Shift Engineer and after 2 years was promoted to Senior Engineer and received all the support I needed to be successful in my role and was made to feel appreciated and a much valued employee. I would recommend this company to anyone looking for a career in a company that you can trust.
Work is extremely labour intensive unless you are a machine operator, a team leader or management, in which case, you can idle away your shift watching the grafters get a sweat on. Favouritism is rife.
A free bag of tetties every day. The end of the shift.
The workers (the real workers, that is) being blamed for everything that goes wrong whether it was your fault or not, favourites getting away with murder and being given the best jobs, signs instructing Johnny Foreigner English is to be spoken at all times summarily ignored.
Management may as well be non existent, don't get any support from line managers. HR don't have a clue what they are doing. They are the worst employers i have ever worked for they priorities issues that don't particularly need addressed and ignore ones that do.
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I started as a line operative with time I deserve for promotion and change task to FLT driver and later one took supervisor position. I was responsible for supervising loading and unloading lorries storag materials in designing areas as well as creating transportation timescale and plans.
Good work ethic
Duns... bad b!tchy management cant even have 4 minutes for a sh!te without being harassed, when coop or tesco visit comes theres no mention of the half bitten potatoes and live rats n nests in boxes. see a bag thats not sealed let it passed :) i get a slight buzz when the lorry brings back quarantined pallets and i hear they got a big fine.
shake the sweetie machine for free chocolate
no hot food
each day was similar and different at the same time, good contact with managers opportunity to meet other people (truck drivers), which helps to improve English
Poor decisions against employees that have ongoing illnesses/ medical problems that were in the process of getting resolved. and when trying to appeal against dismissals they send back your appeal letter and say if you wish to appeal to write to them
This is different to any job I have worked in the past.I work with many different people from different countries and backgrounds the factory grades cleans and packs potatoes for several large retailers
Location of factory
I had a fantastic time working for greenvale I learned a lot whilst in the role of assistant growing manager I also learned about how corporate businesses operate which took some adapting to as I came from a family farming background.
It was a great place to work the people were friendly if u needed help they were there to help you it was only up the road from where I live as well I was full time there until I had my first child then went part time they were ok with that and help me
I start work for Greenvale AP company from One Call Recruitment agency. Of the bigging job wasn't hard, but I work very hard to improve my skills to show for company when I am good worker for them after six month i get full time job contract for team member. I didn't stop one same place for long time, because i want to grow up and start to learn on line leader position, but i wasn't happy with my position and get later on forklift driving license and start to work on forklift. All the time when i was on truck i want learn some new things to get more skills and improve job quality and speed. Today the hardest job in this factory is working as a team member on the line or on the grader.
enjoyed working there. family atmospehere. ive got a great understanding of food manufacturing processes, lean culture and quality. management is very friendly although there are a lot of new senior managers being emplyoed now so it might change
free lunch once a month
out in the middle of nowhere