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The Keebler Company is an American cookie and former cracker manufacturer. Founded in 1853, it has produced numerous baked snacks. Keebler had marketed its brands such as Cheez-It (which have the Sunshine Biscuits brand), Chips Deluxe, Club Crackers, E.L. Fudge Cookies, Famous Amos, Fudge Shoppe Cookies, Murray cookies, Austin, Plantation, Vienna Fingers, Town House Crackers, Wheatables and Sandie's.

Nikol disappointedly mentioned, "I was disappointed. I used to enjoy the Keebler soft batch but for some strange reason I cannot find them anymore so I decided to give these a try. They almost have no taste and are quite disgusting. Not even my daughter, who is a chocolate lover and will eat anything, likes them. I was disappointed. I used to enjoy the Keebler soft batch but for some strange reason I cannot find them anymore so I decided to give these a try. They almost have no taste and are quite disgusting. Not even my daughter, who is a chocolate lover and will eat anything, likes them."

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Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) says

"Fellow maintenance workers were good except for 3rd shift. Awful girl operator in computer room and horrible maintenance partner...i do not reccomend working 3rd"

Sales (Former Employee) says

"Keebler was a high pressure sales company. You could never make everyone happy all the time. All store managers wanted to be your first store and they wanted you there everyday. That is absolutely impossible.Meeting new people.High pressure sales."

Merchandiser (Former Employee) says

"I went from location to location filling store shelves with product. I was given my assignments from the Sales Representative. I took product from the store storage rooms and put them on the shelves. We had to follow the delivery truck so that we could receive the product. This is a fast paced job. You only have a certain amount of hours to complete your tasks. Then you would proceed to the next location. Management is very demanding. It is a stressful job that requires a lot of physical activity. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know the employees at the different stores.Keeps you in good physical conditionIt's very demanding and stressful."

Merchandiser (Former Employee) says

"Rushing through traffic and people to restock product. Each store has a different set of politics. You work alone unless your manager is tagging along to micromanage.Can be flexible hours.Most like you will end up catering to different stores or managers, justifying your hours will get old."

Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"Introduced Route Sales of Keebler products in the Northern Michigan/ Traverse City area. Generated modest increase in sales mainly from concentrating on service and instore developement, but also soliciting new business."

Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says

"Too much unstableness. I worked in the Credit and Collections division, and under the CEO. In five years there were 3 CEO's and finally the company sold and moved out of state."

Merchandiser (Former Employee) says

"We went to each store and stocked product, I love meeting and talking to the different people;For the most part I liked the job, but no full time hours.So you never know how many hours.I always had to have a second job.had time between stores to have lunch.you always had some personal time to make calls."

Grocery Merchandiser (Former Employee) says

"I was able to help create my schedule week by week as long as my tasks were carried out efficiently. The regions i worked became a little more spontaneous when i requested more responsibilities but that came with my demands."

Route Sales Executive (Former Employee) says

"The job takes long hour to make any money. But the customer appreciated good service. The route I had covered a lot of mile s to be driven. Also a lot of work to keep warehouse organized."

Sales and Merchandising Representative (Former Employee) says

"Very fast paced environment to work. High pressure. Always looking to meet deadlines. Major goal was to drive sales on a daily and weekly. Needed to be very organized and focused."

Production Machine Operator (Current Employee) says

"Keebler Kellogg's offers a great benefit package and compensation that is hard to find in factory work. Their union just renewed its contract which provides job security to the workers for another 5 years. The most difficult part about working at Keebler Kellogg's is the frequent shift changes. A worker must be prepared to change from 1st to 2nd to 3rd shift in any given week. Also getting weekends off is difficult."

Packer (Former Employee) says

"I started at Keeblers right out of high school and stayed there for close to 21 years. It was factory work and it paid well. I chose to go into another field and left with mixed emotions because there were many positive aspects. I wanted a day job as I worked nights for 21 years and still could not get on day shift. This is another job that could turn into a full time position if you hang with it.good paycan't stay on one shift from week to week"

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