Church & Dwight Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Church & Dwight Co., Inc., is a major American manufacturer of household products that is headquartered in Ewing, New Jersey. While it manufactures many items, it is best known for its Arm & Hammer line which includes baking soda and a variety of products made with it, including laundry detergent. Church & Dwight is incorporated in Delaware.

Richard mentioned in a review, "I purchased Arm & Hammer cat litter for my cats. I have been doing this for years. This time I thought one of my cats can use a new name tag. They are free if you send in a receipt with proof of purchase. So I did. Well I never received anything. I have been attempting to get the pet tag since June 5th (190224). They have told me that it was sent but I have never received. So they said they were going to do it again on June 19th (190223). Nope. Nothing again."

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Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"The management is very rude and you have to go through a temp agency before becoming full time. Start off at 12 and hr for day shift and 13 for nights. 12 hour shifts (6-6) working 3 days one week and 4 the next. Mandatory to work every other Friday-Sunday. Very high turnover rate due to management not caring about the employees and there will be days/weeks they do not need you to work. There have been many instances with my paychecks being short Cons: Everything else"

RA (Former Employee) says

"En general no hay trabajo en equipo, cada área ve por sus necesidades y no hay colaboración, no se te permite pensar por ti mismo ni ser pro activo ya que tienes siempre que documentar y obedecer literalmente a tu jefe y si no lo haces te ve como amenaza. Poco compañerismo y ambiente laboral pesado."

Operateur de production (Former Employee) says

"Pas recommandable du tout. Je ne souhaite à personne d'y faire carrière. Mauvaise gestion du personnel."

MACHINE OPERATOR (Former Employee) says

"this place does not have a good job culture. a typical day at work would have you working to the max and sometimes without a break so the line can finish the order for the day"

Production Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Allow me to put the above statement into context. I have worked extremely hazardous jobs in the past. I have done everything from handling depleted uranium high explosives, to performing work on jumbo jets. The forklift operators are completely out of control in that factory. They are allowed to operate the lifts in an extremely hazardous manner in the name of productivity. The ventilation in the factory is completely sub standard. I would go home at the end of the day and blow oxy clean dust out of my nose. They do not care for their employees at all. The culture is toxic. As long as you agree with the right people you will be fine, disagree and they will get rid of you. Cons: Hazardous work conditions, toxic culture, good old boy network"

Quality Control Associate (Current Employee) says

"Extremely unfriendly management, favoritisms and no room for growth. No training and development for employees .long hours of standing. Unfair upper management"

All (Former Employee) says

"worst place to work ....hard workers get the short end of the stick and or fired.... they like to keep the people who don’t do nothing or the bare minimum....better places out there"

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"I HIGHLY do not recommend working here. Their concern about safety may seem great, but they seriously lack in action. Way too much favoritism between employees and management. Cons: Everything"

Temp hourly employee (Former Employee) says

"This place hires so many illegal immigrants it should be required of employees to learn Spanish to work here. Cons: Low, low pay for factory work. The owners know this and reap the rewards."

Quality Assurance Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Stressful, not a family friendly environment: no work life balance, not much room for growth, salary not competitive, benefits and 401k options were strong."

Line Resource Operator (Former Employee) says

"It use to be a lot better place to work but it became a hostile and very unpleasant place to work. I wouldn’t recommend anyone to get a job working there."

Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"The management at Church & Dwight does not care about the working class person. The advance people based on who they like rather than who is qualified for the position. Cons: very poor management"

Custodian (Former Employee) says

"This is a horrible place to work. They suck up all your time and then kick you to the curb as soon as you're time slot is up just so that they don't have to provide health benefits and things like PTO. The managers are rude and are only concerned about numbers and their personal bonuses. They tell you there is potential to keep employees permanently upon hire, but that's a lie because they really only extend employees stay by a couple weeks until the employment agency finds someone to fill your position. Everyone is disposable there. Cons: Just don't work here period..."

Order Filler (Former Employee) says

"Management is totally screwed up. They expect you to work overtime 5 days a week and still come in on the weekends when they (management) won't. They did away with multi shifts. They treat you like a dog and wonder why nobody gives a dang. STAY AWAY! Cons: People in prison get treated better"

Laborer (Former Employee) says

"good company to work for but the main company was manpower so once the job was over there was no more work to be done they didn't hire anyone on full time"

SAP Basis/Infrastructure Lead (Current Employee) says

"this company is full of people who are idiots. including the contractors from HCL. Bad management and Bad work culture. I would not go back to work for this company again."

Maintenance Technician II (Former Employee) says

"Maintenance manager and supervisor have no experience or a clue what they're doing and don't care about anything but themselves bad place to work Cons: To many to list !!!!"

R&D (Current Employee) says

"High turn around. Very few employees stay past two years. MANY leave before."

Blend Operator (Current Employee) says

"Physically Demanding! Cons: No where to advance in my Department."

Warehouse (Former Employee) says

"Managment awfull alot of RACIST people working there! They treat you like you are a nobody! I dont recomend anyone working there! Cons: Rude ppl!"

Former Employee - Business says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time for more than 5 years Cons: No minorities in high positions Wage gap among gender. Male employees make about $5000-$8000 more for the same job Diversity panel is just for show (not even the group is diverse enough). Glint survey is pointless"

Current Employee - Production Operator II says

"I have been working at Church & Dwight full-time Cons: Bad management a lot of drama"

Former Employee - Demand Planner says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time Cons: Not enough women in high positions. There are male employees who have been with the company just 5 years and have been promoted two or three times and woman in the same department who have not been promoted or had just ONE promotion."

Former Employee - QA Technician says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time for more than 3 years Cons: They don't call them cheap and white for nothing"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time for more than 5 years Cons: sexist environment, not innovative, no career path, cliques, nasty"

Former Employee - R&D says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time for more than a year Cons: Management, old outdated building, poor behavior"

Former Employee - Manager says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Complacent “leaders” who are comfortable fast-following competitors and being second best; Slow to adopt trends; No racial diversity in senior leadership, and no appreciation for diverse consumer populations; Shady financial practices and senior leaders who manipulate results for personal gain; Toxic culture where people are mistreated and bullied."

Former Employee - Loader says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time for more than 8 years Cons: fast to fire for stupid reasons but yet they keep managers that steal from company and fire employees for taking trash..they never tell employees if they are doing good only whenthey mess up...you never see managers on floor if you do they walk right by you and dont speak or notice you are on the floor as they walk right next to you..last 4years the place has gone to hell.. was a great place to work for"

Former Employee - Production says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time Cons: there is not enough time to list every thing, and whats worse is that not one person from corporate will do anything about it, all of c&d facilitys are ran like they are, im surprised that they haven't ran out of replacement workers. I go so far as to discourage customers from buying their products. most un appreciated company its ran like a sweat sop/"

Former Employee - Line Mechanic says

"I worked at Church & Dwight full-time for more than a year Cons: MANAGEMENT - F, HR - F, Supervisors, C+, coworkers know everyone's business and gossip"

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