Applied on indeed, received a call, drove to Amarillo (10 hrs for me), had an interview and tour of both sides of the lab, then a week later got a call offering me the position.
Laboratory supervisor asked very simple questions, asked about goals and expected outcomes.
I applied online via Indeed and got a call from Tyson the next day. Went in for plant tour and was given the job.
What advice would you give the CEO of Tyson Foods Incorporated about how to improve it?
*Inside cams directly to supervisors comp, not just security.
* Mandatory Excused absent if the Employee used the companies forced insurance and its Co-pay. That is a law-suit ready to happen.
* Only FMLA excused? - This is a loophole to rip off the employees. FMLA is protected by law, only reason why is still excusable in this company.
* Leads need a refreshing course on ethics and how they are there to set an example and keep the norms and rules, not to play and joke with their buddies and sexually harass others.
* Lead and QA jobs should be review yearly, so do supervisors, by the operators; those are the people who see all and experience all.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Tyson Foods Incorporated? What are the steps along the way?
It takes about a week due to orientation