President Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Président is a French dairy brand owned by the Laval-based Lactalis company. The brand was created in 1933 by André Besnier. It is used for butter and for a range of industrially produced versions of traditional cheeses.

An angry customer shares some thought about President Brie Cheese, "Disgusting ,it tastes and smells like mold and mildew from a wet basement even when you cut the mold off and wash it.It will ruin your meal.I would suggest trying some apple wood smoked Gouda instead or aged sharp cheddar."


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forklift operator (Former Employee) says

"You would start at 14 to 15 an hour, then when you get in their union ( which sucks), your pay goes up. Dont get my wrong when I first started it was great 8 shifts exactly, money was good because because of overtime... unless rich goldburgh is gone I'd work there again"

lay off (Former Employee) says

"There is no compensation of good work no management look after the right person Tough experience at president container"

regular employee (Former Employee) says

"work for less lots of over time Cons: un reliable health care too much contribution by employees"

Management (Former Employee) says

"HR workers are terrible. They are disrespectful. They are on their phones ALL DAY. Wait to the last minute to do work so they can get overtime hide work and when it’s not right they blame each other. They will do favors for some but If they don’t like the workers they do and say anything to get them fired. They purposely don’t answer any phone calls sends them to voicemail. Not professional at all. Staff and warehouse workers are nice people trying to make a leaving. Not worth the headache. If you really want to work there wait until they get rid of upper management. They owners were actually pleasant. Everyone else made them seem like horrible people Cons: Everything"

Corrugator Systems Technician (Current Employee) says

"Some good people, Over the top overtime demands on production, Maintenance nonunion and all the available overtime you want. Very willing to spend money but lose it in the long run due to culture and mismanagement by upper management. Blown through local work force and almost always short handed. Employees who are dedicated and work hard seem to be targeted for harassment while under achievers seem to walk a path of gold with no responsibilities"

Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) says

"Have been with company a number of years, have watched them hire new employees with very limited skills an pay them 9-13$ an hours more than employees that have more skills an have been there for years. Plus you are training tbese individual s"

1224 Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"This place is just another job that treats you like a robot. Everyone is afraid to lose their jobs around the clock. Very physical, non-stop labor. Very sweaty and dusty work. Manager work you to the bone due to a quantity bonus that they recieve off of your hard work. The pay and over time is the only good thing about this job. they are very eager to fire people before they get into union, as it will be harder to do so once one is in the union. They look for any excuse at all to fire you before your in the unuion so maintain perfect attendance until then. Also now they pay only 12 and hour instead of 14 minimum. this is a rip off for the work that is done. At 14 the job was bearable. At 12 an hour this job isnt worth it. Cons: treatment, and constant fear of losing job."

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"overall not a bad place to work as long as your area is clean and machines are running supervisors leave you alone only problem is mangament upstairs and dirty Cons: overtime mandotry"

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"President Container Group (PCG) has at all times a revolving door of employees with a high turnover rate due to low starting pay along with long hours. It's great to use as a stepping stone or if you're someone who enjoys heavy overtime but it by no means conducive to healthy Work/Life balance. Every year I worked there, I spent at least 6 months on mandatory overtime (72 Hours a week), usually with only a few days notice of my schedule change and often to pick up the slack of someone who just quit or was fired. They are never in a rush to fill these vacancies and you basically live there until they can find and keep someone. The supervisors who walk the floor and work with you are usually understanding and will help you succeed but upper management demands results without taking into consideration the needs of their workforce or their poorly maintained machinery. Any promises made by the company that are not in writing should be considered lies. The only reason this company draws in and retains as many people as it does is their willingness to pay for OT. Myself and many others who have left liken it to leaving an abusive relationship. Cons: Lots of mandatory OT, Lackluster union, Shady upper management"

Truck Driver / Dock Supervisor / Dispatcher (Current Employee) says

"Supervisors are rude and unprofessional customer complain no matter what you do for them as a truck driver when your truck breaks down or the flooring has a 3 foot piece of wood flooring missing they make you drive it in that condition. till they fix it included broken mirrors which happens when forklift drivers move your truck out of the bay cold warehouse and no waiting area for drivers it takes more time to get your paperwork from dispatch than to Load your truck for second trip STAY AWAY THIS PLACE IS CANCER Cons: Managers Supervisors Owners HR"

Fork lift shipping and recieving (Current Employee) says

"I like working in a fast paced environment. I would arrive at work at 7 am and work until 7 pm."

Mechanical Technician (Current Employee) says

"Like every job in varies. This job is fun for me because of the people i work alongside with. The management its okay where i work. It takes some time to get used to it."

Account Executive-Sales (Current Employee) says

"Prospecting and cold calling was part of your average day. Good Support from management. Co-workers are always supportive. Finding leads are toughest part of the job. Closing deals are the most enjoyable part of the job."

Former Employee - Payroll says

"I worked at University of California - Office of the President full-time Cons: work their people into the ground and allow the campuses to treat their staff like crap"

Former Employee - Payroll Supervisor says

"I worked at University of California - Office of the President full-time for more than 3 years Cons: No work-life balance Thankless job Staff is overworked and treated poorly Management are hypocritical and refuse to take responsibility"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at University of California - Office of the President full-time Cons: Majority of the management is incompetent and the only thing they do is micromanagement. For ITS professionals, the management removed the work from home policy recently (although it is not consistent across departments), people have to stick in office for 8 hours, and the employee morale is extremely low. The management is in lack of technical knowledge to make sound decision on design and implementation, yet they are so strict to the employees. Not to mention the much lower pay compared to the market value! Suffocating working environment."

Director of Science + Technology says

"I have been working at University of California - Office of the President for less than a year Cons: Watch your back or be stabbed when you least expect it. Remember you have no friends, just insecure individuals will to do anything to get ahead."


"I have been working at University of California - Office of the President Cons: too slow moving culture,red tape"


"I have been working at University of California - Office of the President Cons: UCD does not follow it's own policies and procedures when it suits them. But it expects the employee to do so at all times. There is absolutely NO OVERSIGHT or peer review of management by the employees that work for them. Managers are free to comment on employees performance but employees are extremely limited in their response to unfair and unfounded performance evaluations. Rebuttals of performance evaluations are no longer permitted to be included in employee permanent personnel files to fairly represent both sides in the employee performance process. The whistleblower process is not followed according to policy. There is frequent negative retribution and repercussions for the employee who does the whistleblowing. If a suit against the University is undertaken by a whistleblower, the tatic followed by Human Resources (HR) is to discredit the employees work performance to the point that they are inept or totally incapable of performing their job to totally discredit the whistleblowers credentials. HR does not adhere to any of it's own policies and procedures when it suits them such as administering fair and impartial internal investigations of Grievances filed by employees. All employees are required to perform to his or her supervisors expectations even if it involves lying or misrepresenting facts in the investigative process."

Current Employee - IT Architect says

"I have been working at University of California - Office of the President full-time for less than a year Cons: Management act like they are g-d incarnate - total lack of concern for individual contributors Senior Management on coasters to retirement, black hole of leadership No career path [outside of academia] - no raises, and no acknowledgement Incompetent staff [oustide of HR,Communications, Deskside Support] bordering on truculent/arrogant Want to hire "the best" and then let them fester with zero guidance or feedback Resistance at every step of the progress guidance path"

Former Employee - Analyst says

"I worked at University of California - Office of the President full-time for more than a year Cons: Bitter people, inability to change, awful management, favorites, differing benefits depending on team."

Current Employee - Accountant says

"I have been working at University of California - Office of the President full-time for more than 3 years Cons: -Hands off management -Management does not adequately address repetitive employee concerns -Lack of structure/job trajectory -Lack of financial oversight -Bureaucracy"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at University of California - Office of the President full-time for more than a year Cons: Morale is terrible because of the dysfunctional leadership team. Too many goals set up and insufficient support, funding, and prioritization to complete them. Management's answer from the top is "figure it out"."

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