What is it like to work at Georgia-Pacific?

3.2Work/Life Balance
3.2Job Security/Advancement
Hard on the body
Written by Laborer/machine operator (Former Employee) from Plattsburgh, NY on July 17, 2018
Georgia Pacific works on swing shifts of 12 hours, 2 weeks of nights, 2 weeks of days. It can be hard to adjust and hard on family life. Pay was great, benefits were good which helped with the sacrifices made due to the hours and missed family times. I would still work there had they not had cut backs.
ProsGood pay, benefits.
ConsSwing shifts, no routine to your personal life.
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