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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Golden State Foods a better place to work?


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Change floor supervisors and get leadership involve to now what's actually going on

Answered - Machine Operator (Current Employee) - Conyers, GA

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Start by fixing the poor hiring process. Split HR into three centralized tiers for recruiting: Tech, Mfg Operations, and Supply Chain. Additionally, plant leadership is not progressive in bringing in talent that has advanced skills to advance the company. The companies leadership is friend based versus qualified. Furthermore, the company keeps recruiting to a 1990's spec. The old and new employee mashup is not balanced. New employee turnover is high. Its not a fit issue its a lack of progressive leadership. Nothing better than seeing the VP Of Operations reading books on leadership at work and practicing in the live environment. The mandatory GSF University is not aligned to help develop employees. If you have a degree its a repeat of your associates degree. Nothing is customized to your development.


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Reduce case volume, therefore creating life work balance, instead of working 7 days a week to keep up with production.

Answered - Interim - Safety Manager - Multi-Plant (Current Employee) - Conyers, GA

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