Wilmar Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Wilmar International Limited is a Singaporean food processing and investment holding company that provides management services to its 400+ subsidiary companies. Founded in 1991, it is one of Asia's leading agribusiness groups alongside the COFCO Group. It ranks amongst the largest listed companies by market capitalization on the Singapore Exchange (SGX), being the second largest as of September 2010.

Wilmar is a horrible place to work for, it has no work-life balance, overworked employees, and a toxic environment, an ex-employee wrote a review at glassdoor.com

"Horrible place to work. Impossible to please, demand at least 12 hour days, weekends, no flexibility. NO WORK/LIFE BALANCE AT ALL. You have to eat, drink, sleep, Wilmar. No matter how hard you work or whatever genius idea/solution you have, they are never satisfied, never a "thank you", pat on the back, just negativity."


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carpenter (Former Employee) says

"just no benefits and lots of drama alot of changes made no communication they had there clicks and most of the people had to do side work to make it with this company"

Operation Assistant (Current Employee) says

"It is an internal company but low salary payment and security in myanmar branch. The management is good but HR manager is not willing to pay The reasonable salary"

Outside Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"Boring and repetitive sales job with way too much driving and mundane administrative work, not nearly enough training, and very little support from management."

Outside Sales Representative (Former Employee) says

"The job was great that it gave you the ability to go to doctor appointments if needed. The environment was fast paced, but the down fall is that you always had to fix issues with deliveries. Was given a goal and i made it but then the company welched on its promisefreedom from bosses over looking your shoulderspoor internal management structure"

Receiver/Stocker (Former Employee) says

"Willmar was a good job it was on multiple transportation routes, they just moved into a bigger warehouse in Pennsylvania and I had no way of getting to workHr long lunch and two 20 minute breaksWhen the trucks came back late"

Forklift Driver (Current Employee) says

"Wilmar isnt a bad place to work for. But you can tell that they have their favorites there. Usually if you keep to yourself and do the job that they pay you to do they leave you alone."

Packer (Current Employee) says

"Most of the bosses have favorites and they let you know it. They give people that arent in their circle the orders that no one else wants to do. They give you attitude when you ask for help."

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