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
Topics regarding layoffs at Kellogg
Mondelez has officially passed Kellogg in the stock market. Game over.
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.
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
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
Layoff's at Kellogg in Colorado happening now.
does anyone know specifically who got cut and what cuts are to come?
What is the likelihood of Kellogg layoffs in Battle Creek in 2016? Please let me know if you have any information.
Looks like 200 sales associates will lose their jobs in coming months
150 more cuts, this time from finance. Right after expecting us all to BYOM (bring your own cell phone). What's next? Bring our own post it notes and pencils from home?
Just curious about the reps that have stayed. What is your input on the new transformation?
In this zone, the KMs are working 47-55 hours per week and driving as 30-45 miles to the first their first service calls. . KSRs who truly care about their territories are working with KMs to insure they are not working excessive hours. However, in... — read more
How many times will our good and kind folks trust executives, there will be layoffs do not trust them, especially if you are in Battle Creek.
Kelloggs just announced they going warehouse, closing 39 DC, sales reps, merchandisers, etc all gone. I don't know the total number of people but I'm guessing it's in the high thousands are going to be gone.
just came off a call with kelloggs me and thousand others..you cant trust these people.since kelloggs took over keebler its been down hill with them..now to find out this will effect thousands of jobs ..good thing i was only part time..
I am a manager in the company and Kellogg's screwed everyone in the company yet again . We shed blood sweat and tears through the last f---ed up transition and in a year they fire everyone . On top of that that "Thank You" message at the end of the... — read more
I am getting laid off from a profitable company and I cannot translate my skills somewhere else. I have a college degree in business and 7 years experience in retail and I know I won't be able to provide for my family at all now. Screw the senior... — read more
It's not only in Michigan, but across the country. I have a co-worker/friend that has been with Keebler/Kelloggs for 33 years. Announcing it on a conference call to all those who have given their blood, sweat and sometimes tears is as cold as it... — read more
How can Kelloggs do this to thousands of loyal and dedicated workers? they couldve sold to a competitor to save all those jobs across the country! So much fo ethics and family values that they pompously advocated for so many years! Corporate should... — read more
Losing 4,400 people in the distribution centers ALONE. 4,400 D.C. Employees/drivers+1,500 reps+I would guess over 1,000 merchandisers full/PTM. North of 7,000 employees. This needs to be brought to the news and media's attention as it is being... — read more
I have worked for Kellogg's for 15 years , it is by far the worst company I have ever worked for , all they care about are the stock holders. They are doing us all a favor shutting down DSD. Working here has caused me a lot of health problems. I will... — read more
1500 sales reps + all the merchandisers full and part time+ all DC employees + all drivers = 1100 layoffs No wonder the business is struggling. Basic math skills escape the leadership — read more
I work in food retail as a receiver. The kelloggs rep and delivery driver both said they're loosing their jobs soon along with about 4,000 other employees
The unfortunate conclusion for hard working people at a company who abuses their work force and disregards customer needs and requests. I am a former RSM who left Kellogg;s after the transition began last Spring. After working for several DSD... — read more
After 19 years I lose my job with Kelloggs. The strangest part is when a VP tells us the median household income is $75000. They don't have enough money to buy our products because they cost to much. Then she fires 3000 people and doesn't realize we... — read more
I worked for Kelloggs/Keebler for 29 1/2 years until being kicked to the curb in the 2016 restructure. The posts by the other folks are true.....management s---ed the last 5 years i was with the company. The supposed k values are a crock.........so... — read more
okay about7000 employees lose their jobs so they ask their friends and family not to purchase kelloggs products then those people ask their friends and family also and on and on! Wow it would really snowball! So much for the 2020 Growth Plan youre... — read more
I worked for Kellogg Company up until 2013. They worked us 14 to 15 hours a day with no remorse. Almost cost me my marriage when my DM started working us 6 days a week with no compensation. I chose to leave after many years of being treated that way... — read more
There is zero doubt in my mind that Kelloggs has been violating labor laws. We need to look into class action law suit. I know I'm sales side, we have still been doing merchandisers schedules, interviewing and hiring merchandisers, dealing with all... — read more
When Kellogg's acquired Keebler we had seen the moral drop, but no one seemed to care. Maybe some understood the concerns, but I cannot tell you how many times I heard "my hands are tied"! Kellogg's brought they're cereal through the grocery... — read more
http://m.getmansweeney.com/?url=http%3A%2F%2Fgetmansweeney.com%2Fcurrent-cases%2Fkellogg-overtime&dm_redirected=true#2896 As the wife of a fellow Kellogg rep (currently employed for now) who transitioned into Kellogg Co as a merchandiser for Keebler... — read more