Morinaga Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Morinaga & Company, Ltd. (森永製菓株式会社, Morinaga Seika Kabushiki-gaisha) is a confectionery company in Tokyo, Japan, in operation since 1899. Their products include candy and other confectioneries. Morinaga has had Ayumi Hamasaki and Mao Asada appear in their commercials, and in the past has used stars such as the Carpenters to advertise their products.


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Current Employee - Sales Representative says

"Low pay for amount of work. Company behind the times when it comes to tech."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"Extremely uncompetitive pay for the amount of work expected of you and the cost of living for the area. Slightly above normal turn over rate for employees. Some of the higherups have random mood swings and unprofessionally take it out on anyone around them."

Machine Operator (Current Employee) says

"Over worked and under paid. Only two breaks per day. Hardly any bonuses. One raise a year and it’s small no matter how much of a good employee you are. Supervisors are allowed to harass you when they please.N/aEverything"

Machine Operator (Former Employee) says

"I worked at morinaga for a while in the kneading department. My co workers were great I liked them all. The problem was ppl in the head office (hr) was always making changes without knowing for sure how they would affect the workers. They would watch you on the camera like you were in prison. And you couldn’t even leave off the promises to get lunch. They tell you your gonna get a raise a certain time and then push it back. And pay is on the 10th and 25Th. Do not work here run!!3.00 a day for vendingEverything else"

Production Worker (Former Employee) says

"This is a fairly new company and it still needs a lot of work in its production operations and procedures, management and employee relations and workplace culture. The production jobs are not difficult but their is very little training for new employees before being placed on the production floor. The Japanese executives are always monitoring your every move on the production floor. The production staff are required to work 6 days a week and 50+ hours a week. The departments heads do very little to help make the company successful.Vending Card preloaded $3 per day for foodHours, Management, Culture"

Operator (Current Employee) says

"They will low ball you as far as pay, and make promises they never Keep! You will be told that they don't Work many weekends and you do! Also no 401K. So, in other words not worth applying!"

Machine Operator/Packer (Former Employee) says

"Cleaning Day: Cleaning each area of the building was mainly a fun day and chill day even though we were still working. I called this free hand day best out of the month.Dicount card for lunchChanging clothes if leave building"

REGIONAL SALES MANAGER (Current Employee) says

"The company is awesome .very nice hard working is a candy company that concentrates on their number one product Hi-Chew . The people who work here are the hardest working people i have ever seen. but its super quite and any time i get a phone call i feel the need to take it out side also no cubicles so anyone on a phone call is broadcasting to any one with in ear shot .nice, hard workingtoo much travel away from family"

Internship project (Former Employee) says

"Nice people, you may or may not have room for growth, depends on you & the position. Overall nice but does not pay enough to make s living in America. Nice office. Gym in sight for employees. Flexible with schedule."