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I worked at Nestlé Waters North America (Less than a year)
Good pay and two thirty minute breaks
Long work hours, low work morale and perks to motivate employees.
Advice to Management
Show the employees that you care. Lead by example, take their frustrations, hardship, complaints and suggestions seriously. Always seek for ways to make their work more productive and efficient and less laborious and stressful. Reward them for good workmanship. Encourage them and motivate them.
I applied through college or university. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Nestlé Waters North America.
Met Nestle Waters on campus and applied online. Received a call a couple weeks later from the representative I met on campus. From there it took a month to get a phone interview with corporate, then a few more weeks for a phone interview with the local plant.
They bring in a few people for an interview blitz at the plant. There is a tour, multiple interviews, and then a presentation.
Don't bother if you have a real engineering degree, they seem only interested in engineering technology.
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Alejandrina, a Branch Admin in Livermore, California, celebrates her 24th year with Nestlé Waters! "I truly enjoy all of the people I work with, and it’s great to be excited to come into work after so many years." Learn more about Nestlé careers in California. #WorkInYourElement
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