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Research the company, and position you are,applying for. Be upbeat, positive, and willing to learn. Chobani is a great new company. Be honest if you don't know an answer they are willing to teach you anything you want to learn.

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You have to pass the drug test and got interview by a supervisor.
Also you have to pass an orientation examination.

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Decrease Accident occurrences and work on training supervisors and managers to fulfill responsibilities better.

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A Sick day will give you a point . If you leave from work sick it's half a point . It's an 8 point system until you can be fired ... even if you bring in a doctors note . Yeah, you will feel like a slave! they will use your pto automatically if you call in also .

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Competitive marketing

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2-4 weeks Vacation per year depending on seniority,
3 personal floating holidays, 5 Company holidays, plus sick leave. Also 6 weeks fully paid maternity or paternity leave

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The shifts depends on departments. most of the production crew is based on a 5 day work week split into 3 shift. others like the cip teams are broken up into 4 shifts. 12 hours shifts alternating threw a two week schedule for a 24 hours coverage.

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SoHo on Lafayette

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My starting pay was $50,000.00 per annum

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He should have more options for using PTO. Like making time up. Also there should be exceptions to the policy "no excused absences" Sometimes you just can't help what happens in life. He should be more aware of his workers and their lives. Also of the supervisors actions.

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