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Why range of benefits, real good

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Do you have experience? Your last two jobs? What do you know about Cargill? and again, do you have experience? Experience is ALL they care about really. If you don't have it, you won't get the job.

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Weekly pay Operator Hammond IN

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I actually just went through the hiring process and it took two weeks. The background check is roughly 4 business days then one will be scheduled for the physical and drug test along with A "mobility/lifting " test. Drug screen is sent to A lab so A person should expect A legit drug screen and not some 5 panel junk test. The whole hiring process is pretty in depth. I don't have great credit and I had gotten A DUI in 2014 and still passed background screening. They do check education and criminal records. From the beginning of my interview until my actual start date , 3 weeks.

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Can be very fast paced at times

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Good and overtime was plentiful

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Anywhere from 10-13+ hours (breeder turkey farm). Averaging about 55-70+ hours per week. Lots of overtime hours but since farm work is agricultural, NO overtime pay. Also, most weeks are split days off (ex. Wed & Sat are your days off one week, Wed & Sun are your days off the next)

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I agree Three Shifting working period

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You'll first of all get interviewed, then background checked, drug tested and then will have a paid 2 day orientation before you begin training for ur assigned position

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Very poor management/supervisory roles, poor life-work balance, constantly under-staffed and over-worked

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