AVI Foodsystems, Inc
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Folks, yes it is at best a $10 an hour job, I've been in other jobs that didin't require it. This is how it's done today, tomorrow , etc. companies do what they need to cut the drug testing, Anyone knows substances last in the hair for at least 90 days. If you want the job do it if you don't then walk away. plain an simple.

Answered March 3, 2020

Management.... never worked for a company with such horrible, horrible management... pay is terrible.

Answered March 18, 2020

They have first second and third shifts

Answered July 5, 2018

Interviewed and hired same day, took hair sample nxt 3 days, waited approx 2 wks for results and started asap.

Answered October 6, 2018

1. That you must be ready to accept this challenge
2. This job involves a lot of walking, eye contact, clear speaking voice & a good attitude

3. Keep in mind, you have to dig deep inside yourself to make this job the success you want it to be.

Answered March 12, 2020

Anticipating the first hour I have to deal with my manager is absolutely dreadful. Once I see the customers it changes my attitude.

Answered July 6, 2019

2% annually. It's a standardized system. Which is very flawed. Someone who does no work at all gets the same raise as the person who does thier work as well as the other persons. Waste of time and effort to get hired there.

Answered September 3, 2019

Better raises. Raises according to work acheieved as well as helping the team. Not standardized 2% raises annually. If someone gets gired at 9.50 an hour it will take them years to make what they could start out at an hour doing pretty much the same jobs at different companies. Management NEEDS training. They need to understand how to manage fairly, as well as effectively. Poor management = low workers morale.

Answered September 3, 2019
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