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All large companies have similar challenges. Borden has challenges with discriminative rules and pay, no accountability for errors, no follow through on corrective actions, low staff moral (start there because your employees make your company) and a disconnect of management from the laborers. Borden Dairy would be an excellent candidate for "Undercover Boss".

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The interview process is not difficult however the hiring process is extremely long. The interview will happen, the selection was made but the background, drug test, education verification, physical ability test stretches to nearly a month. Who has time to wait that long to work. I interviewed cuz I need a job now.

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There have been many management changes and the focus is different with each change. Staff is minimal and therefore the pressure to preform all needed tasks is high. I go to work exhausted day starting with a can do attitude but by 9-12 hours later feel defeated.

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Random drug test

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The milk business is a 7 day operation. Shifts will vary depending on route hired for. Standard shift tries to allow for 2days off during a 7day week. This day may not be Sat but usually includes Sunday (could be split days off)

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I would like to know next day are two becouse when your looking for work you can't stop you have to keep going

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Most of our plants are in smaller towns (aside from a couple Miami/Dallas etc...) Due to that if you worked for the local dairy there was prestige associated with it. As Borden has grown to a more national level, that small town prestige is gone and people tend to look for free stuff or complain....I try to keep it low key now and separate my personal and business life.

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Employee moral is low at all levels. New management team is trying to correct. But employees have been told that before so there is an area of distrust. Hopefully they are successful.

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30+ days. The interview is easy but the background check, drug test, education verification, MVR research, physical aptitude test are very long. Most contenders have a difficult time waiting that long as well as the internal department has a need that goes unfilled for too long.

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