Caviar line worker (Former Employee) – Ketchikan, AK – June 23, 2018
Very fast paced, very long work days and weeks, a lot of hours a lot of OT, management was good and fair, they fed you and gave you a place to stay for minimum cost, the food was good, provided all 3 meals every day for workers.
A lot of hours, paid for the ticket to get to the work site
Long long days, continuious, less pay per hour than I am used to
Deckhand/Night Deck Boss (Former Employee) – Dutch Harbor, AK – June 28, 2018
These were the best 8 years of my working career. This job is where I gained my self-discipline, hard work, determination and commitment. This job is sort of a "jack of all trades" if you will. I started a family which is why I decided to end my career here but I will never forget my time here and will always be grateful for my experience here because now I take it everywhere with me.
Environmental Regulatory and Compliance Intern (Former Employee) – Cordova, AK – June 17, 2018
While at an internship at Trident Seafoods in the Environmental department 2 different years I was able to see the inner workings of the company. The pay is just okay, but there was plenty of overtime pay as AT LEAST 70 hour work weeks are required in the summer for all Alaska workers. Due to the overtime pay the regular pay was lackluster, and there is not much room for promotions unless you somehow make your way into corporate. Most of the regular employees are green card workers, so the atmosphere is a melting pot that you need to get used to.
Pay is very good for whats available in the area. Regular raises up to 18 months. The work is pretty repetitive and can get boring after a while, but for the pay it can be worth it. The people are very nice and the management as well. There is also much room for advancement if you are willing to take on more responsibilities. Paid holidays, paid vacation, and paid sick time as well. If you're looking for a full time job, its a pretty good one.
Plenty of hours, Benefits, Great coworkers, paid vacation
Forklift Operator (Former Employee) – Anacortes, WA – May 20, 2018
Loading and unloading trucks of product and transferring to freezer locations. I learned to load/unload trucks of products and to transfer the product into very tight spaces. My supervisor was rudely vocal and liked to scream alot; very disrespectful. Hardest part of job was locking the trucks into the dock. My termination resulted in this procedure. I experienced no enjoyment of this job.
productive fun work place was a nice place to work
Processing line (Former Employee) – Akutan, AK – May 16, 2018
It was processing line and everything was normal. Really, it was a fast work place, and needs to know many places to work. Such ad processing line, packaging, and case up. The weather of alaska alska to understand. Thanks.
Swing Shift Line Worker (Former Employee) – Everett, WA – May 15, 2018
If you can handle stress and can move very quickly, this job can make you a good amount of money. However, I wouldn't recommend it for an extended amount of time, as the environment will wear you down. How they go about counting lunch and 15-minute breaks is not necessarily legal.
poor management, attend to accuse you for things you did not do. a lot of cut throating. Hard to get raises if you don't speak English. Not a bad place to work if you like standing for hours on end. Get to take home fish.
Each plant has it's own set of rules and can be complicated. Otherwise not a bad company but needs improvement.