Questions and Answers about Trident Seafoods

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Seafood processing is physically demanding, involves long hours, a cold, wet environment, and repetitive work.

Answered - Seafood Processor (Former Employee) - Akutan, AK

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4:00am to 8:00 pm
8:00pm to 12pm
12:pm to 4:00am

Answered - Seafood processor (Former Employee) - Alaska

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Pretty heavy

Answered - Processor "Leader Line" (Former Employee) - Anacortes, WA

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The working hours are good rather your working day swing or night shift you get eight hours everyday and forty hours a week

Answered - Fish Processor (Former Employee) - Bellingham, WA

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After 16 hours you feel like the walking dead .a good job to earn good money as long as there is lots of fish it changes every year large attrition rate be in good physical condition and take care of you health while there

Answered - Production Worker (Former Employee) - Sand Point, AK

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Fair and flexible they work with you if you need time off or you are sick

Answered - Sanitation Worker (Former Employee) - Anacortes, WA

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2-3 weeks of 16 hour days. The rest are 8-12 hour days

Answered - Salmon Processor (Former Employee) - Naknek, AK

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