I worked there for a number of months, on night shift, despite asking to be moved onto the day shift as didn't suit, they didn't take into consideration, despite newcomers getting in on days, I was left on nights. Also, little or no Irish working there so tend to be in the minority.
you can get tired true the day, but you can communicate with people, very good management, always helps to solve the problems if anyone has at work. Sometimes there a little bit cold at work place, but uniforms are very good and warm which are given at work.You can get good experience how to work fast and friendly in a team
Kerry Foods is good place to work ! Good,skilled and friendly staff and management !! People are great at providing training and feedback ! Never worked in food industry before but got all the essential training when started as a quality controller and i am well skilled at my role now !
We have a Kerry Foods day at work every year, Christmas lunches and bonuses
Hard enough to get shift transfer as people work same shift for years
a typical day at work was working on a food manufacturing line
I learned how to work as part of a team
Management was very helpful when I started working there
My co-workers were very helpful and nice people to work with
The hardest part of the job was pushing bins full of rice and noodles to the manufacturing line.
The most enjoyable part of the job was making different food products every night
An early start calling on retail outlets selling chilled food products. You learn very quickly to know your route and the use of handheld technology. The management for the most part were helpful and would give you any assistance needed to surpass your given targets. The other employees were all very helpful if you needed any help and it was like being part of a family. The hardest part of my job was the long days. The most enjoyable part of my job was closing a sale.