Pros: communication betwenn staff and supervisors, bonus at christmas time, christmas party, fund raisers for local charities
Cons: a few people slacked off once in a while, but it was dealt with by supervisors
DFA was a fun place to work. We all worked as a team, we were able to talk with one another and help each other if we had questions. I had good communication with my supervisors and fellow team members. If another division was overloaded with work, we were encouraged to chip in and help. If we were not busy, we were allowed to quietly speak among ourselves. We had weekly meetings as a team, or with other divisions. The CEO of the company encouraged us to get to know each other, and we would have "Recess" which was a picnic type lunch with good food, music and games, such as Bocci Ball and Lawn Darts. Or, if we liked, there were also board games set up. These were nice times to look forward too, after working hard to meet daily, bi-weekly, and monthly deadlines. I enjoyed talking daily with haulers, handlers, and dairy farmers. I learned how to manage my time, prioritse responsibilities, and work through conflicts when they arose.