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  • CEO
    Antoine de Saint-Affrique
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (NZD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    17 Boulevard Haussmann, ...
  • Link
    Danone website
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Balclutha, Otago

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Recruitment Talent Acquisition Advisor and Secondment HR Advisor in Auckland
on 16 April 2020
Dymanic and international work culture
Excellent work culture Fun place to work Multicultural set up Dynamic work force Recognized well Productive set up Humble and kind environment Encouraging
Machine Operator in can filling in Auckland Airport, Auckland
on 12 October 2021
Lazy undereducated trainers
The trainers struggle themselves to do anything with troubleshooting..The team leaders are even worse as they have no clue either.They confuse trainees and blame them later.
Production worker (Temp) in Airport Oaks, Auckland
on 16 June 2020
Good temporary work experience
Good safety and quality experience. Long working hours but have 3 smokos included. If require experience in QA and detailed work then this is recommended for you.
Production Process Operator in Auckland Airport, Auckland
on 6 December 2019
It's very repetitive and boring work but there are good opportunities to work your way up.
It's very repetitive and boring work but there are good opportunities to work your way up. Started with a job agency that referred me to the job for New Zealand Dollar 18 something an hour, then got a contract from the company and earned 20 an hour. Eventually was able to climb up and earn 22 something an hour. The company organizes nice events, like beach clean ups, barbecues and are involved in quite alot of charities. If you get a contract with them there's alot of benefits like getting a huge discount on the nearby gym or a free helpline if needed. They have a big fruitbox a few days a week to share with all the employees and once in a while treat everyone on fastfood for lunch if targets have been reached. You're treated like a person instead of just another factory number. The shift managers should be trained better to fix issues between people, everyone in my team complained about a team members' work and asked for a group discussion which was promised by our supervisor but never happened because he did like that team member personally. Another colleague said the same; complaints against her weren't fixed properly and therefore the issues were still there. The biggest complaint is the friends and family politics on the workfloor. There's one family that has family members in every section and those family members feel powerful enough to make work for others very difficult. So many people have complained about this but because the supervisors are family members as well, the people that complain get fired. Or they get fired because a certain family member doesn't like them. This family has been in the company for many many years and there's not much to be done against it because they're great friends with the managers. I suggested to give everyone a chance every year to rate their shift managers(anonymously if needed), just like the operators are being rated. This gives a more realistic image of how the shift managers are actually doing. Work hours depend on which line you work on but were usually from 5.45am to 6pm for the days shift. Great chance to work overtime if wanted, although you have to befriend the supervisors if you want them to plan you in for overtime.
Laboratory Technician in Airport Oaks, Auckland
on 22 November 2019
Work overload
Lots of benefits but salary average and usually understaffed. There is lots of support though. They provide all resources for your work but human resources are always low.

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