Seaboard Foods at a glance

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Reviews and ratings

3.8
99 reviews
Compensation/Benefits 3.9
Culture 3.6
Work/Life Balance 3.5
Job Security/Advancement 3.4
Management 3.3

CEO approval

82%
46 ratings

How is the work culture?

Quick-paced48%
Stressful48%
Balanced27%
Cut-throat27%
Competitive24%

Our Culture

We know providing the opportunity to make a good living, offering training and advancement programs and helping everyone feel connected to why they do what they do leads to a happy, productive workforce. We look for people who demonstrate curiosity, and encourage them to share new ideas to drive innovation every step of the way. Our comprehensive compensation and benefits programs help retain people with the experience and drive to keep our operations moving forward successfully.

Benefits

We offer our employees:

Competitive pay
Affordable medical, dental, vision and prescription drug coverage
Retirement savings plans for full-time, active employees
Paid time off to qualified employees
Career training and advancement
Discounted pork products for employees' personal use through periodic employee sales

Questions? Email careers@seaboardfoods.com or call us at (877) JOB-PORK.

Seaboard Foods is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veteran/Disability Employer

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Salaries

15,951 salaries reported
$555 per week
  • Most Reported
$290
$1,120
22 salaries reported
$14.01 per hour
$7.25
$28.00
6 salaries reported
$55,762 per year
$14,500
$56,000

About Seaboard Foods

Our passion and connectivity fuels everything we do to raise pigs for pork to feed people. Since the pork we make is served on tables around the world, we foster a culture of asking why and our people are connected from before the farm to beyond the fork to make sure we are constantly doing better in the way we raise pigs for food … every step of the – more... 

  • Seaboard Foods photo: The team at the Guymon, Okla., processing plant process more than five million animals each year
  • Seaboard Foods photo: At our farms you get to work with animals, grain, trucks and more.
  • Seaboard Foods photo: Seaboard Foods has five feed mills and a variety of job opportunities manufacturing pig feed.
  • Seaboard Foods photo: High Plains Bioenergy, a subsidiary of Seaboard Foods, produced biodiesel from pork fat.
Claimed Profile
Headquarters
2801 Hurliman Road
Guymon, OK 73942
Revenue
$5B to $10B (USD)
Employees
5,001 to 10,000
Industry
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