Marketing/Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) – Salem, OR – March 12, 2018
Fast pasted stressful environment however it did help me learn how to manage my work load in a often changing work needs almost every day. Management seemed more focused on management. The most difficult part of the job was the inconsistancies in pay between simular and matching positions.
Benefits package and a good amount of paid time off
Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) – Salem, OR – December 13, 2017
my role was to maintain the machines running and clean. if any fruit fail on ground, my responsibility was to clean up and throw away bad fruit. by maintaining the machines clean I had to use a super strong pressure washer.
Hard Hat (Former Employee) – Stayton, OR – October 27, 2017
Most disgusting stuff ive seen. Pulling dead rodents from vegetable lines, green bean goop falling everywhere. Not to mention your supervisor is hardly even around. You get a run down on what your machine does and thats it. All in all this is not a good place for a career. First job, maybe at that.
Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) – Stayton, OR – October 26, 2017
Working sanitation I was always soaking wet the entire shift and would had to remove dead animals once in a while that got through. Not my preferred job but that's where I worked to earn my own money as a teenager in high school.
Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) – Brooks, OR – August 16, 2017
It was a fun expirience working for norpac i was working in sanitation i was cleaning belts and working with chemicals at norpac. The hardest thing about working in norpac was that you have to keep the cannery clean
Production Work (Current Employee) – Stayton, OR – July 28, 2017
This is one of the hardest companies to work for, You never really do the same job for more than a week. But the hardest thing about working there is that they seem to think that you should know how to do every job, there is a lack of communication between the management and the employees. there is a great deal of not caring about anything including the workers.
Factory Worker (Former Employee) – Brooks, OR – June 25, 2017
if im being honest the job itself wasn't bad. getting paid weekly was nice but the swing shift was terrible. im glad i was able to work with people i knew because if i worked with all strangers it wouldnt be a good experience.
Seam Scope Grader (Former Employee) – Stayton, OR – February 11, 2017
Some areas are fast paced and time flies buy during the day. Opportunities to train in different places of the plant. Training as Grader, checker and seam scope all in one season. Also did sanitation for a couple days. Friendly office staff! Communication is hard becuase it is so loud, you have to yell all the time.