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Hire sufficient amount of employees so people can actually take leave or sick days.

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Most people in America don't know who they are, so I felt like it was a hassle to tell them and explain.

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If you aren't part of a union, very long days due to being under staffed. They would rather have everyone work overtime than hire enough employees. If no one is on vacation, 10-12 hour shifts 3-4 times a week. If some one is in vacation or sick, expect to work that every day of the week.

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Toxic, uncollaborative, sometimes hostile, very stressful - outwardly expressed by many people in the office. A culture of fear has also been established due to upper management assigning unobtainable goals and constantly firing very talented people.

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Vacation policy needs to be redone, the vacation policy is very poor.

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Every review, every 2-3 years

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They wanted to know about my experience with SQF - it was clear they were concerned about their upcoming audit since the last Quality Manager left five months before I was interviewed. I was asked about my ability to stand my ground and push back against operations to uphold food safety and quality standards. There were also standard questions about strengths and weaknesses, history, etc.

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I was interviewed on a Friday and started three weeks later on a Monday. I had interviews with most of the plant management team and was offered the job less than a week later.

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