LUBBORN CHEESE LTD
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Milk intake in Chard, Somerset
on 6 July 2021
Site manager is the problem
Used to be a really good place to work, you were thought of and respected by your managers. Now that has changed for the worse. The site manager is the problem with the place as is not interested in what workers have to say and if he could he would have you working 24 hours a day. Other managers on site will tell him the problems and what is needed but you'd be better talking to a brick wall. It's no coincidence the place has gone down rapidly since he joined the business. This is coming from someone who worked there for 21 years.
Cheesemaking Technician in Cricket St Thomas
on 9 December 2021
Cheesemaking / production
It’s a hard job, specially turning cheese, but other that it’s fun place to work, people are nice , the management very professional , the wages is £10.69 so it’s decent money, plus there is over time if you work more than 40 hours, Monday to Friday job,
Prepack/Packing operative in Chard, Somerset
on 13 July 2021
Good work organisation, helpful people, good money
I think this is good Place to work, i would recommend because one of the main purpose of the factory is to work as a team and people are helpful, working hours are very good with opportunities for overtimes that are paid very Well, you can always learn new things and there are chances of progression, every person has their work station and knows theirs tasks so there is no confusion during production,I would recommend this place for sure.
Cheese technician in Cricket St Thomas
on 24 June 2021
Fast paced
This is a very physical job, in very hot conditions, you definitely need to be fit & healthy. There seems to be a large amount of Europeans, so hopefully you can speak a small amount, otherwise you may feel victimised.
Production in Chard, Somerset
on 22 May 2021
Avoid
Production area. This job is like working in a 25 degree heated gym. It's very hot and very heavy work. Very constant work. It's suits a young man in his 20s with no gf or kids. Who wants to work any hours and doesn't care what the hours are. From one week to the next.If that's you, you can earn decent money here. As there is lots and lots of work available. They give you the rota on a Thursday for your hours the following week. So not much time to plan. They have a clock machine on your breaks.The heaviest task is turning cheese. Flipping 20kg trays in the air for about 4 hours a day. All tasks there are heavy and cause pain to your back.They can put you on any shift each week and even make you work saturday morning. Normally you will work until 730pm/830pm a few times a week. If there is a machine problem they expect you to stay on to catch up. Everyone signs a flexible contract to be available Monday to Friday for 40 hours work. Hourly rate is decent. The overtime pay is very good. But they try their best to only give people 40 hours. So they don't pay time and a half. There is a huge turnover of staff as people normally last 1 day as its so hot and heavy and walk out. So normally they are short of staff each day. Avoid if you don't like to work in heavy hot environments and you don't want your back to hurt for an hour after work each night.They provide some free cheese and dairy related items. For the staff from time to time. The staff on the shopfloor are all decent guys.

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