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MARTIN PREFERRED FOODS Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
  • Industry
    Food & Beverage Manufacturing


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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 43 reviews and is evolving.


R&D Director in Houston, TX
on May 17, 2021
Good Family owned company who cares about their customers. Some facilities, equipment are a little dated, but overall enjoyable workplace. Management willing to listen to new ideas
Quality Assurance Technician in Houston, TX
on April 18, 2021
With the good, it pays pretty well, even with minimal experience and they'll keep you busy with the work being done. The people you work with are extremely helpful and supportive which is about the only thing keeping a person sane while working there.Now the bad, the hours are extremely inconsistent with some days ending around 3 am. You come in at a set time but figuring out when you go home is a gamble every day. Despite having supportive coworkers, management will find a way to minimize it or control it and ruin whatever teamwork is going on. The work-life balance is nonexistent as you will work 10+ hours almost every day and be too tired or have no time for yourself. Lineworkers can work 14-16 hours per day and there is no system that is keeping it organized or efficient or even making it better for them. The Meat and Poultry plants are polar opposites.
Driver in Houston, TX
on February 8, 2021
Laid off due to Covid. Was promised a call back. Drivers have returned but I have not been called back. Overall experience was great but lots of favoritism.
Plant Manager in Houston, TX
on February 2, 2021
Great company to work for along with the ownership and senior level management. Very professional company to work for. They are one step ahead of the rest.
Vp-culinary in Houston, TX
on October 27, 2020
Great opportunity to advance my skill sets to those who needed them. Enjoyed the teaching aspect of the position. Also enjoyed the travel. Covid 19 brought it all to a quick end.

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Insights from 12 Indeed users who have interviewed with MARTIN PREFERRED FOODS within the last 5 years.
Average experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about two weeks

Interview Questions

They asked if I was willing to work hard, willing to work in a cold environment, and able to lift up to or more than 50 lbs on a repetitive basis.

Shared on August 15, 2018

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