Two year anniversary of my last day with Keebler,too bad a horrible company like Helloggs bought us,George Strietmann is still rolling over in his grave, over what became of his company.
Topics regarding layoffs at Kellogg
I was part of a purge of roughly 60 salaried employee's in 2016. Nearly each person was over 50, about a third over 60 and/or had some illness issues such as cancer. When I think of Kellogg, I get sick and angry. Especially because this wasn't... — read more
Has anyone gone through an arbitration hearing yet? Results?
What does Mondelez have to brace for.. Its coming..
Kellogg is simply a purging of baby boomers for millennials. Cost of an aging workforce combined with statistical data that basically says "large percentage of work population will likely get sick, miss work, and cost more money. Healthcare... — read more
Mondelez has officially passed Kellogg in the stock market. Game over.
It's better to be an intern at this company! You're taught different business elements, and if they like you, they'll fast track your future. As opposed to those that have worked over 10+ years for them! — read more
Kellogg is eliminating 150 jobs in North America... This will include about 60 in Battle Creek. Layoffs will not stop, Deploy for Growth Strategy will continue... — read more
Thoughts? 1 to 10 scale, 10 being exceptionally informative.
Just heard from a friend in BattleCreek: weak quarterly earnings will bring another round of mass layoffs. the usual may ma$$acre. Major shakeup up top with multiple Execs lining up their golden parachutes before the stock craters.
Does this mean we are safe? Kellogg is preparing for a retrenchment of its European business that will include job and contract terminations and relocation costs, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission... — read more
Who do you think will be buying what's left of Kellogg, 3G or BRKA?
So who got the pink slips last week?
And, as always happens with purchases like this, they will lower the production costs as much as possible, slash quality, and ride out the name as long as they can until everyone knows they're gross now and doesn't buy them anymore. RIP
Just got laid off via phone . I have been a very loyal and hardworking employee for +10 years .. I can honestly say that I have learned a lot and met some great people with the Kellogg company . But I also can honestly say that the direction they are... — read more
Just curious how much the individual settlements $$ ranges were from the last flsa? How much of a cut does the lawyer get? Looking forward to our mediations. Hopefully it is over in a timely manner.
I joined the overtime lawsuit last year and am going to arbitration. Is anyone withdrawing because of the arbitration agreement signed? I read where Kelloggs is suing arbitrators so the arbitrators are suing back... what are your thoughts? Do I stick... — read more
Sad to see how this once family and proud employee oriented company has degenerated into a money grubbing, profiteering, greed driven operation... With the advent of the recent Quality and food safety issues / recalls abound, this is a company and... — read more
John Bryant's serverance package could have gone along way in keeping the company stock afloat by reinvestment. The only thing that matters to these managers is squeezing the blood out of the working class.
Q4 results were posted yesterday. Stock fell. Somethings going to happen... Is going Third Party the next step? — read more
Stock is in the tank. Bad leadership 4th quater shows that. And all they can talk about is single serve. They will never compete Nabisco has that business just look in Walmart. Nabisco up front Kellogg's in the back room. No need for a sales force... — read more
40 people were unfortunately let go from the corporate office while over 90 were added as sales reps.
Good to know that good results lead to layoffs... I wonder what would have happen if results were just mediocre... The layoffs come at the end of a strong year for RXBar and just as the company saw distribution growth... — read more
If there will be no Kellogg Layoffs in 2019 please say so?
Keebler side of Kellogg’s is up for sale. To bad no more DSD. Could have gotten 100’s of millions more. Lol
From what I'm hearing, this was one of the smaller rounds of layoffs at Kellogg's - can anybody confirm if this is true? And also, does anybody know if all the affected people have been notified or are there more notifications waiting to go out... — read more
Kellogg's has no sales leaders left. They now have outsiders that got let go from other companies. They have no sales ability they had contracts. It's easy to sell c-gare--es with a contract! If you work for Kellogg's look now why you can. It's... — read more
I listened to the webcast for third quarter results. They won’t even mention the -5% decline for snacks. They changed the subject and skip right over it and talk about the profit margin, Pringles, Eggo’s. They also sound a little uptight about the... — read more
Former Kelloggs Rep here, I just left a 99 cents store and saw pallet after pallet of Club, Club Minis, and Townhouse line. I guess they're not selling at regular grocery stores. I noticed they go out of code in 3 weeks. Of course I didn't buy any of... — read more
who knows about this big meeting Aug. 28? Maybe Arizona. very hush hush
One year exactly since i was terminated by helloggs,35 years with Keebler,and in 17 years the company went down hill.Thanks for the $55,000 severance package,i use it to buy Nabisco products.Those from the Cincinnati D.C, hope all are doing well
Kellogg's has went down hill with bad hires in management. They don't belive in relationships at store level. They now push spark selling which is one sided profit for them. And now they have excellence in selling. Good luck
Part Time Retail Display Associate - Clinton, CT Kellogg Company - Guilford, CT Part-time Kellogg Company 1728 reviews Read what employees say about working here. As a Part Time Retail Display Associate, your insights and imagination will shape... — read more
I all most fell over when i opened the envelope and saw how much i was getting, all most a years pay, they deserve everything that they are getting, LMFAO
What Kellogg is doing to older employees right now is blatant age discrimination. Is there really nothing that can be done about it? I've heard that age discrimination class action suits are notoriously hard to win, but they are still not impossible... — read more
Kellogg's is blatantly laying off any employee who is older, ill or so still on the pension plan.
How about some humility on the executive level, now that they are talking about layoffs and major job cuts in corporate in Battle Creek.
Question. For the new overtime lawsuit, didn’t we sign a contract that we have to pay back the stay on bonuses if we signed up for a lawsuit?