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6+ 12 hour days a week. Rotating shifts. 4on 4 off is in print only. Our yearly working calendar marks this schedule but it is not the schedule we work. Oh how we wish it were. Golden runs lean and mean. Understaffed but I suppose they justify it according the pay.

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The printed yearly schedule they hand out is not the schedule I work! They sell applicants on that schedule however they quickly find out that schedule is inaccurate. The overtime load does not allow for it anymore and it is forced overtime. Mandatory.
The only guaranteed time off you have is vacation time and days you are not covering overtime. It is not 4 on 4 off anymore! Hasn’t been for me in the last 4 yrs!

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Golden Co. is a non-union plant

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What if you have a felon from 15 years ago?

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Hair follicle at hiring, urine testing after any work place injury.

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Two 15 min breaks and 30 lunch

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In Manufacturing positions it is a rotating shift at Golden Co. 1 month nights, 1 month days. Overtime is pretty rough during transition weeks.

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Medical and dental

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Pre employment hair drug test..:

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High stressed, fast pace. Average brks. 2 per 12 hour shifts in some dept. due to lack of Manning and job demand. Safety has become a concern for some of us as the plant grows on the inside the square footage has remained the same.

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