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30+ days ago

Associate Systems Programmer

Hormel Austin, MN

This position is in the Data Center Network Services area with a focus on Cisco Nexus platform, virtual switching environments including OTV… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Quality and Process Control Supervisor - Associate

Hormel Austin, MN

· Consults with management, providing leadership on quality and food safety in the manufacturing facility · Approves product ingredients/labels to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Staff Accountant

Hormel Austin, MN

• Participate in management decisions that will affect the short and long term goals of the company • General Accountants prepare financial reports… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Corporate Manager of Diversity & Inclusion

Hormel Austin, MN

This position is responsible for designing, developing and implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives and will work closely with senior… Glassdoor

Hormel Reviews

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Hormel Chairman, President, and CEO Jeffrey M. Ettinger
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59 Ratings

    Great Company! A bit small minded

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Minneapolis, MN (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Minneapolis, MN (US)

    I have been working at Hormel


    The managment at Hormel truly care about the success of their employees. There is great opportunity to grow within the organization making promotions common and expected. Coming out of college the salary is competitive. Overall enjoyable place to work.


    Relocation is a necessity. Vacation is very limited (10 days for the first 3 years). The company is the opposite of progressive which can be very frustrating for young talent and even our customers. The corporate offices are in Austin MN, this embodies the small town feel of the company and is probably the foundation of many issues within the company culture.

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    A lot of people are leaving the company, simple changes could be made to prevent this .

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