seasonal worker as a Trey Preparer (Former Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 12 June 2019
As it was a seasonal job so didnt know much about it yeah but when i was there it was fun loving and a caring environment for everyone who are new and yeah had to deal with pressure of the machines that was rolling with the fruits and yeah KIWI fruits actually.
Trainee Quality Controller (Former Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 22 October 2019
Seasonal work provided. Have to work for bad shift timings. Not a very good workplace. During the main season, the shift starts at 7.30 am and finishes at 6 p.m. The management is not good is providing effective management roles to skilled people.
Packing (Former Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 3 June 2019
I enjoyed working at a fast pace. It's only seasonal work but it's very easy. Excellent company and awsome supervisors. Team leaders and co workers all work together to a get the work done in a positive and fast environment
Shipping Desk Allocations Coordinator (Current Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 3 June 2018
My superior and work mates are supportive and helpful whenever I came across some tough task and they are always there to give me advice and guide me through the tough time. I enjoy working with the team even though it's a long hours job :)
Grader (Former Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 25 May 2018
Colleagues are fun and helpful. However they don't really treat WHV workers well and thus culture of discrimination does exist. However, the HR office staff are very helpful and efficient in their work.
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 20 September 2017
My day would start by making sure the line ws set up ready for the stackers and once they arrive to have a morning meeting, once we start the day i would make sure that the team are doing the work correctly and if there was any problems i would help them out. the most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people. i learned how to motivate a team.
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 11 June 2017
East Pack was amazing, it was like family when I was working there. Everyone got along with each other and had fun. Lunch was free sometimes. The two managers for the coldstore from dayshift loved me a lot even thou I worked on nightshift. The three managers from nightshift also loved me because I was always willing to help out with doing other tasked and jobs on site.
free lunch, able to listen to music, amazing team and group
great place to work with people from different nationalites.
cool store Team member (Former Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 2 December 2016
i enjoyed while working for company they have good management and they treat all there employees equally. the best part of job is so many people from different nationalities work their as a team. which is great we get to know each other and make new friends while working
job is good for student and those who want to earn extra income
it is seasonal work company so when season finish there is no job
Packhouse worker (Current Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 23 October 2016
Being a team leader has given me the opportunity to learn more skills and learn skills from my team members. I have given my all in my job and I loved it every day and was always willing to go to work to do my job.
Packer (Former Employee) – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty – 8 August 2016
What you would expect on a typical day at work in the pack house would be a lot of standing 2 and a half hours on, 30 minutes off and repeat this from as early as 8 am till 7 pm. I learned patience and time management because everything works smoothly if you keep a steady pace in this line of work. The most enjoyable part of the job was the diversity of cultures you meet everyday.