To realize that finding a responsible and hard working individual can be difficult, so it is important to re-think and re-analyze their hiring processes. My current job is all done by email and phone since I am working with companies and Nestle contacts all over the United States, there are so many positions within Nestle that are very similar and can be done remote, hence saving the company money for desk space.
I have worked for Nestle for 7 years, of which 2 years I worked in Moscow on assignment and the rest 5 years I worked in Nestle Uzbekistan based in Tashkent.
Nestle Uzbekistan is a branch of
Nestlé S.A., a Swiss multinational food and beverage company headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland. It is the largest food company in the world measured by revenues.
Nestle Uzbekistan is a company with 2 factories producing water, milk, baby cereals and employing more than 1000 people in total.
This company looks good on the outside, but once you step foot inside the production floor, the work performed and the people that are hired to do the work do not match. In order to be a world class company, you need world class employees and this company does not do well in screening their employees before employment. I would not recommend this company, because they want to make the money, but they are unwilling to update machinery to eliminate downtime issues and safety hazards.