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Professional, responsible, sensable
Fixed Asset Accountant (Former Employee) –  Plymouth, WAJune 21, 2017
The organization and processes are mature and the work environment, while I was there was casual and professional. The closing cycle is relatively stress free as things run smooth and requirements are reasonable.

The agriculture industry is about as stable as you can get next to health care.

This company is very selective of their personnel and the environment reflects that. Capable, intelligent, dedicated people can be found in every position. They take their work seriously, but do know how to have fun and enjoy life. Occasional company gatherings can be a lot of fun.

This is a great place for the outdoor enthusiast. Employees, including accountants are encouraged to visit the farming locations as often as occasion will permit.

Pay is competitive for lower level positions, but becomes less competitive in the upper management positions. You will not get rich working here, but you will live comfortably. Advancement opportunities may require relocation as turnover is almost non-existent. The parent company holdings are global, so advancement opportunities do come to those willing to relocate.
Great people, great leadership, great environment, low stress
Advancement is difficult to come by, unless you are willing to move.
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Agriculture Technician (Former Employee) –  Plymouth, WAJanuary 22, 2015
okay company to work for. like anything theres good people and their bad people at any work place.
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Physically demanding and productive
Seasonal Worker (Former Employee) –  Plymouth, WANovember 30, 2012
Working for the Corn Dryer in Agrinorthwest was not easy but was very satisfying. Every day was anything from loading trucks and trains with grain to constant cleaning. I learned more of the needs of what it takes to accomplish something so physically demanding. Hardest part of the job was staying up for 20 hrs to load a train full of wheat or other grains.
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