Cryovac Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Cryovac Inc. manufactures and distributes food packaging products. The Company vacuum shrink bags, multi-ply bags, barrier trays, absorbent pads, case liners, laminates, rigid packaging, and oxygen-absorbing sachets. Cryovac markets its products to customers worldwide.

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Press Operator (Current Employee) says

"The management is by far the worst I have ever seen. Moral is at an all time low & the place has become a revolving door. The equipment is not properly maintained & outdated so, the job is 10 times harder than it has to be. They will not spend the money to provide you with the parts to do your daily tasks so, you are cleaning up ink spills all day. Management loves to write employees up so they can keep people in the department & never have to give them performance raises. The stress is very unhealthy. I could go on all day. If you value your mental & physical well-being, Stay Away! Cons: Management"

Press Operator (Current Employee) says

"If I could sum up my time there... I'll just state a policy of theres. If you're a minute late they take 2 hrs away from you regardless. So if you stay you work for 2 hours for free. Another if you call in on mandatory OT they take your vacation time. Cons: Managment and the new policies that were recently emplimented."

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"Be ready to work nights for at least 15 years, work 60+ hours a week, mandatory overtime and no respect or appreciation for your time/work. It doesn't matter if you work hard and do everything right, the only way to get ahead in this company is to know someone in a higher up management position. Cons: Everything else"

Roll Loader (Former Employee) says

"The job that I had at Sealed Air was a Roll Loader position. This position used to be a Class C job starting pay was $20hr, they changed it to a Class D job, dropped the pay down to $13hr, but kept all of the work the same (more work actually)!!! Also they will tell you that it's a possibility of getting a permanent position, but in actuality they stopped hiring for this position over a year ago!"

DNC Programmer III (Former Employee) says

"The Duncan campus is clicky and full of long time employees. It's impossible to work with anyone in that facility. Management is clueless, supervisors exist only to pamper a few select employees. It was a miserable experience. Thrilled to now work for a real company."

empilhaderista (Former Employee) says

"Uma empresa muito boa para trabalhar, aprendi muitas coisas tais como: Sitema SAP,uma boa comunicação com a chefia,um bom relacionamento com os colegas de trabalho,a parte mais difícil do trabalho foi a mudança da empresa para outra cidade, a parte mais agradável era o relacionamento com os demais colaboradores da empresa. Cons: não tinha"

Production Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"Situational and specific factors contributed to the level of unprofessionalism and employee discrimination I observed during my experience involving certain company rules and protocols."

Core cutter and scrap plastic bailer (Former Employee) says

"It is who you know only."

Operator (Current Employee) says

"Fear of my safetly daily. The gloves we wear do not prevent from getting burned. I have burned my hands several times and fear of the worst to happen to me. We are short staffed and those that are currently employed are working many overtimes hours (12 hour days), that again is subject to injuries and health related issues. My doctor has warned me to take time off and I can't in fear of my job. Cons: NO family time No Vacation Time (even tho we work for it) Mgmt"

Manufacturing (Former Employee) says

"NO loyalty to long term employees. Will terminate you when you make too much money. Rampant nepotism. Excessive overtime ruins any idea of life / work balance. Cons: Excessive overtime, poor upper management, poor medical benefits."

Operator (Current Employee) says

"Poor management . The left doesn’t know what the right is doing. No consistency. Management doesn’t care about their employees. Company brings in so much money yet our incentive is a t-shirt. Cons: Management, No consistency, Inner circle advancement, company doesn’t care about their employees"

Bag machine operator (Former Employee) says

"Working nights in a manufacturing plant seemed to suck the life out of you. It was a loud, dangerous and dusty environment. Time off would never get around fast enough. Cons: Working nights, not being able to leave for lunch"

Information Systems Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Was a much better place to work years ago. Now it's High Stress with little room for advancement in the company. Management is not loyal to employees and very cut throat environment. Cons: Advancement is difficult. No sense of Job Security ."

Machine Operator/Forklift Operator (Former Employee) says

"job has good pay, good benefits. can be difficult to work if you cant multitask and have no common sense. 12h work days rotating shifts 5 days one week 2 the next but can be hit with overtime."

Prouction Operator (Former Employee) says

"It’s an okay place to work. The pay isn’t great and the insurance was fair. The management group at the time wasn’t easy to work with but I believe most of them are gone."

Customer Service/Inside sales (Former Employee) says

"As a whole this is a competitive workplace with great pay. Poor communication and management skills with a large employee turn over. This is a growing company that needs a better management system. Cons: Bad management"

Bag Converting Operator (Former Employee) says

"I would not recommend this company to work for. In Corp. purchased the company in 1998 and it not longer cares about it's employees. I believe this portion of sealedair will be closing it's doors in the near future."

Support Operator/Projects (Former Employee) says

"No work life balance. To many management changes. Constant need to prove yourself to a new manager. As long as you show up and never inconvenience management you will be fine."

Core cutter (Former Employee) says

"You are part of the machines that keep the company running. No individuality is seen. You show up. Do your job go home. That is it. Some of the employees are their to help. Other's will use you to benefit themselves. Cons: Long hours"

Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) says

"nothing to advance knowledge to furthur my experience level as a maintenance man I cant believe the place that i was wokring at gave me burnt toast one day I was so mad i about made a vlog about it"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Cryovac full-time for more than 8 years Cons: While I worked there for eight years, the company went through a lot of change and diversity. Going from a team managed, and organized work environment with little to no backing by management to a work place that is run and overlooked by separate cells of management each running their own individual departments with very little communication."

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"I worked at Cryovac for more than 5 years Cons: Lost family feel all corporate"

Former Intern - Anonymous Intern says

"I worked at Cryovac Cons: Little work and a lot of free time"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Cryovac full-time Cons: Have no complaints with the company"