Tampa Bay Fisheries Careers and Employment
Tampa Bay Fisheries is a fully integrated production company with joint venture sourcing, ranging from fishing vessel fleets in Florida and other Gulf of Mexico and Atlantic coastal ports, to processing facilities in Mexico, Central America, South America and Asia. Along with our sister companies, Tampa Bay Fisheries is part of the largest privately owned shrimp importing and packing group in the United States. This sourcing expertise and company size enables Tampa Bay Fisheries to assure you, as our business partner, competitive pricing, strict adherence to your product and pack specifications, as well as dependable service. Sourcing is a cornerstone of the Tampa Bay Fisheries success.
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A totally disorganized, misaligned and poor culture. Multiple levels of positions are interrelated. "Good Ole' Boys Club" Department Supervisors will verbally swear, threaten and almost to the point of physical interfere. Do not trust nobody.. you will be thrown under the bus just to make them look good.
Good job, hoping for better pay. The job is good and easy it’s a cooled environment but the pay isn’t the most for the job or type of work that is performed
Management speaks no English whatsoever, they work you to the bone, wages not worth the pain you'll endure physically, schedule subject to change and inconsistent with no prior knowledge nor headsup.
I’ve been working here for 7months now, when I first started i hardly understood spanish. Some of the supervisors (the ones i have at least) definitely will treat you different if you look mexican but don’t speak spanish. They like to yell at you if you don’t understand something instead of trying to explain it to you. You work 6 days a week, 10-11hr shifts. I hardly had time to cook dinner and relax when i got home before having to do it all over again. You can make money doing this job but if you dedicate your whole life to it, not worth it imo.
Pesima planificacion, no se trata con respeto al personal de produccion, contratan a cualquier tipo de personas, no tienen normas de seguridad industrial, su sistema de inocuidad del producto es deplorable, obligan al personal a trabajar horas excesivas, no respetan el tiempo de descanso del empleado, los sanitarios parecen de un bar de mala muerte. Dios me salve de volver, amen. Poor planning, production personnel are not treated with respect, they hire any type of people, they do not have industrial safety standards, their product safety system is deplorable, they force staff to work excessive hours, they do not respect break time From the employee, the toilets look like a seedy bar. God save me from coming back, amen
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