good work environment, great co-workers
Corn Breeder's Assistant (Former Employee) – Lebanon, IN – January 6, 2017
I would typically cover newly formed corn chutes with bags in the morning, then very selectively hand-pollinate hundreds of corn plants throughout the day. I was able to apply some classroom genetics knowledge to the artificial selection of corn to produce the desired effect. The management was demanding and focused, but easy-going as long as the job got done. Most co-workers were rewarding to work with, but some were only there for a few days they decided to not work anymore, most likely because the job was fairly physically demanding. Once the workflow was developed, the job became more fun as the co-workers got along very well.
healthy work environment