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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Tyson Foods Incorporated a better place to work?

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Communicate an learn about the company by working together not against each other an be straight up about what is trying to ba accomplished also treat everyone with the same respect you expect thanks

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Hire more people

Answered - Team Leader II (Former Employee) - Haltom City, TX

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More communication between corporate and the workers and may sure everything is running smoothly and actually check on the workers not just sit behind a computer.

Answered - Machine Operator/Assembler (Former Employee) - Green Forest, AR

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Better work hours and better management the ensured all departments are meeting the standards and not a quota

Answered - General Laborer (Former Employee) - Wilkesboro, NC

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Paid vacation

Answered - Package Handler (Former Employee) - Berlin, MD

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I will probably change the communication part of the job communication part of the job is based on paper I will make it radio Time headphones where I can just talk to you over headphone instead of coming into an office with the paperwork.

Answered - Fork Lift Operator (Former Employee) - Russellville, AR

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Develop a consistent plan to have a continuous flow. Available parts for when equipment breaks down. Offer good pay and benefits to maintenance employee's. They are the heart of the entire production plan. Keep them happy so there is minimal turn around and fewer new employees that don't know how to do stuff.

Answered - Food Safety Quality Assurance (Current Employee) - Kansas City, KS

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Cleanliness, not overwork the employees, make the job better for the employees

Answered - Deboner (Former Employee) - Green Forest, AR

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