Wright brand Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Wright Brand Foods, Inc. was a meat-packing company located in Vernon, Texas, that was eventually bought by the Tyson Foods corporation in 2001. Begun in 1922 by Egbert Eggleston, what would eventually become a multimillion-dollar business started out in the back of a local grocery store.

Zel writes a very disappointing review on consumeraffaris.com, "As others have stated, Wright Bacon USED to be amazing! It was perfect! But they have absolutely changed something. Because I'm sensitive to certain ingredients that cause migraines, I would have to guess they have now abandoned all integrity and are now just like the worst of the worst in meats. It's really sad. Due to the chemicals that are being used to create fake flavor, color, & preservation... instead of, properly SMOKING THE MEAT..."

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Customer Service and Supervisor of Stock Room (Former Employee) says

"This was the worst job I every had. You could not trust the store manager. She lies on employee's to keep herself looking good when she was the one messing up."

Cashier/Mark Down Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"Daily responsibilities include scanning items for each department to confirm if the prices are on clearance. Organize clearance items on clearance racks and shelves Assist with cashier duties including processing cash, check and credit card/debit card transactions. Perform price checks and adjustments for damaged goods Provide back-up support to short-staffed areas replenishing back stock"

Customer Sales Rept (Former Employee) says

"Management was very nasty and mean always had something smart to say. Also never helped out much but again always had something bad to say to the staff.Discountsnothing"

Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Business closed . They opened a distribution center in South Bend and closed withing 5 years. It was located in the wrong location of the country.Business Closed"

Cashier/ Customer service (Former Employee) says

"I hated this job, poor staffing always a mess, people were rude, high turn over rate, very demanding , little pay retail, company is no longer there, only ever one cashier"

service line worker (Former Employee) says

"for the short time that I worked at this plant I was not treated as an equal and was even harassed with no help from the management team. the place is now closed and I couldn't be happier to know this"

Cash Office Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Performing safe audits daily and preparing register bags. Maintaing accurate daily vault audits. Monitor and audit cash office paperwork.Great discountsShort breaks"

Customer Service (Former Employee) says

"Helping people find their wants and needs. Making the customer leave with a smile so they want to come back to shop again."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"Employees worked their butts off just so management looked good. We were suppose to be able to stand a whole 9+ hour shift with little to no break.nothingeverything"

Sales Associate / Cashier (Former Employee) says

"Make sure sales floor is clean & tidy enough for customers to shop, greeting every customer that walks into the store, leaving store ready for the next day, replenish sales floor, unload truck, take all new merchandise out of boxes placing them on racks by department, taking new merchandise and putting it on sales floor in according to department Greeting customer, asking how their shopping experience was, offering Store rewards club card, entering all of the correct info into the register to finish sale, explaining and encouraging customers to return and shop with us again"

sales associate (Former Employee) says

"The hardest part of this job was keeping this large store in tact due to customers careless tendencies to put things backbenefitsvery few hours given"

Cashier/Floor Associate (Former Employee) says

"Hang clothes. Operate a cash register. Clean up the store every night. Stock the sales floor.It was a jobNot enough Hours"

Retail Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"• Answered customer’s questions in a friendly and courteous manner • Received, unloaded and stocked shelves with new merchandise"

Stockroom Manager (Former Employee) says

"Got great experience in shipping and receiving. Also learned how to speak to people and working with different cultures, Understanding peoples work habits."

Sales and Stock Associate (Former Employee) says

"There are no benefits that come with working 38 hours a week. No career advancement whatsoever."

Sales and Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"Responsible for sales and profit performance. Controlled expenses by preventing shrinkage and monitoring inventory levels in the store Receive inventory Cashier Controlled expenses, shrinkage and inventory levels in the store."

Sales Associate (Former Employee) says

"I worked in the morning before the place was up and running..Mark downs was crazy because of the location that I was working at, a typical day at work consisted of folding clothes marking the prices down due to customers stealing and destroying the product.you met new people everydaythe place wasnt managed well."

Cashier (Former Employee) says

"My time working there the company's management was very unstable, managers came and go numerous times me working there.i learned new thingsunstable management"

Sales Associate/Cashier (Former Employee) says

"It was such a mess. No order! Everything would be damaged or on the floors.everything"

Lay up Dock (Former Employee) says

"I hated this job i didnt like the hours i hated the pay, i didnt like how we got searched when entering the floor"

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