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What is the most stressful part about working at Amcor?

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  • Watching a person who has the qualifications of a coatrack make THREE TIMES what I make. Sad at PAULS VALLEY sack shack

  • Watching the “leadership” team do nothing. They make triple what we make and wonder why we aren’t happy working 50-65 hrs a week for less than our Counterparts in the north

  • Knowing that production people can’t advance in company or ever leave the job they have. Just stuck because the leadership team are

  • Knowing that your machine is smarter than all of the PAULS VALLEY LEADERSHIP team

  • Dealing with aholes that the company does nothing about

  • The hours and inconsistent work schedule

  • Not being treated as a human.

    12- hours with one 15 minute break and one 30 minute break. Not allowed to sit even if you have a minute or two. One will stand on a cement floor all day.

  • Wondering how the sad excuse of a management team at Pauls Valley plant keep a job? Does corporate not look at anything or listen?

  • Mangement and everything else

  • Long hours, frequent weekends & nights and excessive travel required for this posiiton

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