Huggies Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Huggies is an American brand name of a disposable diaper marketed by Kimberly-Clark. Huggies were first test-marketed in 1968, then introduced to the public in 1978 to replace the Kimbies brand.
According to classaction.org, Huggies found itself as the defendant in a proposed class-action lawsuit filed by a New York parent who claims the company has deceptively marketed and advertised its top-selling Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers. According to the 28-page lawsuit, Kimberly-Clark’s product has caused rashes on the plaintiff’s child, and possibly other infants nationwide, “significant enough to require medical attention and prescription medication.”
The lawsuit states that upon the first time the plaintiff used the Huggies diapers on her infant, the child “developed painful, plainly visible rashes” for which medical attention was necessary after they did not go away on their own. According to the plaintiff, such rashes stem from a yet-unidentified defect in the defendant’s diapers and have reportedly been the subject of complaints from many parents who say their children have also had adverse allergic reactions.
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"slow decision making and too matrixed"
Ejecutivo de Cuenta (Former Employee) says"Es una empresa sumamente retrógrada donde abusan del posicionamiento de las marcas. Muchas horas nalgas, no hay crecimiento, pésima cultura, solo eres un número. Las personas en puesto de “poder” llegan ahí por tiempo y favoritismo no cuentan con la experiencia o la inteligencia, se permiten los abusos a los empleados y no cuentas con buenas herramientas de trabajo.Ptucultura, sueldos, poco crecimiento, 0 desarrollo y capacitación importan más las horas nalga que resultados"
Category Manager - Corporate Services (Former Employee) says"At this time I do not have any additional thoughts to offer to potential candidates. If you feel you are a good fit go ahead and apply. It is not easy to get in the door."
promotor atención al cliente (Former Employee) says"Desorden total en el área de ventas falta de criterio"
Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) says"swing shifts will end you almost as quickly as the incompetent management. four paid breaks are really nice, although it's hard to appreciate that when you're racing the clock and utilizing an outdated tracking system that checks your productivity"
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) says"Worst company to work for they cut your hours and the pay sucks for how hard you work. They send u home not giving you your full hours they work you to death to where u pass out or faint and become dehydrated often"
Inpect products, line worker
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) says"I was fired cus my mom got into a car accident and I stepped out side to check on her & my brother that has stage 3 cancer. First time in trouble and I was terminated. My mother picks me up from work and with her being in and accident my other brother texted me to find my own ride home. I been a temp there since 2017 and got hired on this summer and I worked very hard to get there. Stayed when the work got slow and when people wouldn’t show up. Trained people without pay.So for them to get rid of me like that without asking what was going on was disrespectful. If my mother or brother would of been killed in the accident I bet they would of still fired me. They let me go for stealing time. But when I mentioned my family they still didn’t care. The work environment is the closet thing to modern day slavery. They don’t care about their people just about their numbers.NoneHot & rude people"
maintenance (Former Employee) says"If you where not conceived in a plant bathroom. you will be treated as a outsider. This company is very clannish., and plays a lot of games. It told the employees it was closing. Just so it can have way with the union, and receives state benefits.$80k year jobyour life becomes part of a corporate game"
Operating Technician (Current Employee) says"Once great company but the new management team is a bunch of micro managing control freaks. Mill manager runs the operation through fear intimidation and threats. Team members are so terrified of the safety program that they conceal injuries in fear of being fired. They have cut our maintenance budget to nothing so machines are falling apart and equipment is being destroyed all so they can make their numbers green and get a good end of year review. They are stripping this place dry and taking out all the money and codes so they can shut it down."
Machine operator (Current Employee) says"Started off as a good job to be at until they threatened workers to close the plant down. As a worker we lost a lot of benefits so the plant could remain open.Decent pay and days offRotaing shifts"
Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) says"Place is ran with stressful constant berating environment. No safety culture just a list of rules used to harass hourly workers. 70% of the people do nothing, hard workers are rewarded with more work, more responsibility, and same pay.NoneStress"
Assembly Line Worker (Former Employee) says"I can't really say anything about the work place. It was an okay job working on the line.. Some of the people there was not very work friendly... Didn't work there very long.. Overall nice environment.."
Lead Man (Former Employee) says"This company scammed the state of WI to give them huge tax breaks to keep them in WI but are now trying to use a 3rd Party company called MAU to hire people to replace all the forklift drivers who load the truck at a much lower pay rate! I can only hope the Mayors of Neenah and Fox Crossing find out how the company scammed them for the huge tax breaksnonetoo many to list"
Machine Operator (Current Employee) says"Some people are decent here but most of the Kimberly Clark employees act like the rest of us are scum and treat as that way. Enforces rules on contingent workers but they don't follow their own rules. It's no wonder they are closing down."
Mechanical Engineering Co-op (Former Employee) says"dark and dingy, felt allergic to that place, most boring people ever, progress is so slow it drives me crazy. Now on the forefront of any new technology."
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) says"It was hot & very stressful really no help u was just there. It’s not a good place to work so unorganized Kimberly-Clark need a whole lot of things done"
Sales Representative (Former Employee) says"Very unhealthy place to work - cut throat and negative. KC used to be a company that cared about employees and the culture. Now it is all about making the quarter number for investors. Short term decisions cloud long term strategies."
Light Industrial Packer (Former Employee) says"It was very hot in Kimberly Clark. Pouring sweat as soon as you walked in the factory. Very humid. Hard to breathe sometimes. I did not like the way we were treated. Couldn't be friendly to others."
Sales Technology Representative 3 (Former Employee) says"Every 2 years like clockwork it's 2018 they just announced another. So many jobs cut to be moved overseas. Would not suggest to anyone that wants to have anything more than a career starter."
operador de produccion (Former Employee) says"No hay crecimiento laboral para subir de puesto tienes que ser amigo del supervisorUtilidadesTe cuestionan en una junta de jefes por qué faltaste y te humillan todos"
Kay Fynn says"Had to buy Huggies Pure wipes as my ususal brand of Sainsburys Pure Wipes was sold out.
Wish I had waited for them to be restocked as these are useless.
I appreciate they are made more naturally but it compromises their use as baby wet wipes.
They tear as they are pulled from the plastic wrapper which is more than frustrating in the middle of changing a poopy nappy. Which means you need to use more and end up with dirty hands.
They do not appear to be "skin friendly" as they scrape against my childs bottom and irritate the eczema on my hands.
They also leave my hands very died out and in need of moisterising. I dread to think how my poor child feels.
They may feel wet, but the texture of the wipe is scratchy and it pulls the skin as you wipe. It dosnt glide over the skin as my normal brand does.
Do not recommend!"