"Nice place to work at, highly recommended"
"Good organization and friendly employers"
"Great place to work and learn from senior-ed personal."
"The company is not very good. Management is sub par and compensation is terrible. Engineering support is not very good."
"Great people, very good benefits and very organized work area. Good salary, $21 per hour and 40 hours per week with no overtime required."
"Good place to work. Decent wage for area."
"Can be good or bad depending on the division. Nestle overall is a good company that needs to improve the middle management skills and be more dynamic."
"I worked with Nestle for a total of 10 years, and I can say it is a great company to work, a company that takes cares of the employee and gives the opportunity to grow. As any big company it changes the strategy very often, mainly on the IT area as it is not their focus, but for sure one of the best companies I have ever worked for. I recommend for all people that might want a chance."
"Nestle is a 300,000+ employees which leads to a feeling of being just a number. The middle management needs to be trained to adapt to a matrix organization. Depending on the location, the working environment could be nice or poor. The benefits are OK, but smaller and same size companies can offer better. The main negative point is "no empowerment of the employees" and the main positive point is the international exposure."
"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."
"I started working at Nestle this 2014 and the work is so easy and calm, but I want to learn more about web programming."
"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."
"Great place to work employed there for over 7 years!"
"I have worked for Nestle for about 4 years and have found it to be a fair place to work. Nestle suffers from the typical large organization woes of disconnected departments and overbearing process and oversight. The compensation is average but the benefits are excellent. While I believe there is opportunity for advancement, real opportunities are difficult to determine and agonizingly slow to become reality."
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