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Yes, we conduct random drug screenings after hired.

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We evaluate candidates on a case-by-case basis, and Niagara is compliant with State, Federal, and EEOC requirements.

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Yes, we offer overtime for the majority of our hourly positions.

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Thanks for your inquiry. Please follow up with your recruiter if you have not heard from them by the time they said they would contact you.

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It depends on the plant location. On average, 12 hour shifts with a 2-2-3 schedule.

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We customarily have annual bonus and raise opportunities. In addition, we offer other perks like BBQ’s, raffles, free swag and even the possibility of winning a brand new car at the end of the year.

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Most often, we do a urine drug screening upon employment. After hired, we do saliva drug screenings.

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Generally, our plant Team Members work a 2-2-3 rotating schedule with 12 hours shifts.

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We encourage candidates to be themselves during their interview process and demonstrate knowledge, skills, and character traits that are a good fit for the position and team.

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Productions Operators are on their feet when they are on the production floor so that they can perform their job responsibilities and react quickly to changes with the equipment.

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