They tend to play favorites by race.... Poor management They do not place you where they hire you and they expect you to just deal with workers who have been there a long time to be lazy and you pick up there slack it's no surprise why there is such a high turnover rate
The job there was great. I liked working on a line with others people it was fun and you get to know a lot about someone. I didn't like the fact they started making you buy the gloves but it was a decent place to work. I didn't like how on brake and time to leave people would run you over to get out of there.
Money was good an got paied ever week.
Peopl run you over and yoy have to ask for a hour to go to the bathroom
Assist Quality Control (Former Employee) – Canton, OH – November 3, 2016
I work with out standing people and work with heavy items far as boxes, medals , grills, bike, and etc. Case farm is a fair job and the people around the work environment will make you feel comfortable with being there
Packout (Former Employee) – Morganton, NC – September 9, 2015
I enjoyed working at Case Farms for the most part. I met a lot of interesting and fun people. I stayed busy rotating positions and taking leadership roles. The downfall though, would be that some supervisors and management handled situations unprofessionally. They are always hiring and firing.
Staying busy, meeting new people, learning new skills
High turnover rate, unproffessionalism, low pay rate
I started working there as a chicken packer where I packed chicken into trays, Then I got the job as supply clerk where I sold supplies to employees for their jobs, Then I was promoted to purchasing assistant.
I enjoyed working here. Plenty of overtime. Spent most of my time working and very little at home with family. Enjoyed working on the equipment at the plant. Hardest part of my job was i worked 2nd shift all week and then day shift on Saturday. 4 hours sleep Friday night killed me on Sauturday's.