Nestle Purina
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Nestle Purina Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Nina Leigh Krueger
    74%
    approve of Nina Leigh Krueger's performance
  • Founded
    1894
  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Industry
    Personal Consumer Services
  • Headquarters
    1 Checkerboard Square St...
  • Link
    Nestle Purina website
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Reviews

Process Technician (Experiential Training) in Ndabeni, Western Cape
on 2 June 2022
Great learning experience
It was an experiential training as part of the course so we didn't have any benefits as students but the pay was good at the time and the people were quite friendly and easy to work with
Coastal Operational Manager in South Africa
on 26 September 2019
Personal and career growth / development
My typical day is unpredictable. I manage a team in sales and well as the marketing function of a brand. Steering the team and the brand to create sales and ROI. It has probably been the single most rewarding career development that i have achieved to date. Work place culture is strained as the business is going through structural changes. I suspect the hardest part of my job is managing people. The most rewarding is being allowed to use my creativity, teach other, coaching my team and learning from them.
Technician in Isando, Gauteng
on 11 August 2017
healthy environment
I was working shifts and e were short staffed so work, family balance was bad. I was one of the two Senior Millwright on site and we worked very long hours.2009 I was Shot and I became a quadriplegic. that is when I moved to Nestle Head office and I was offered Service Desk analyst.
Production Team Leader in Isando, Gauteng
on 16 October 2016
productive and fun
Everyday was fun when target were archived, I have learned to be firm and take responsibility for the whole factory at night shift. Management had trust in me because they would expect me to be spontaneous and take decisive decision. The hardest part for me was when I reach a stage where I must discipline staff, I had to balance whats best for the company and coach my subordinate to ensure that there is no repeat,
Quality Consultant in Cape Town, WC
on 30 July 2014
Productive and training of employees a priority,
Walk the factory, monitoring of quality systems/awareness of employees, on the job training. enhanced training through training others. Working together as a team (Mission Directed Work Teams) The hardest part of the job is meeting production requirements whilst maintaining quality especially when blocking lines and products The most enjoyable was training and solving quality problems and coming up with innovations

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