Technical project coordinator (Current Employee) – Springdale, AR – January 21, 2019
Great common areas, punctuality is key. Great food options on site. Good technology, great on site technical help desk. Welcoming surrounding teams and moral. Everyone seems always ready to help if available. It has really been a short time, and I took the risk because of wanting to be a part of the culture and to experience the job for confirming the hope for long term placement.
Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 21, 2019
Tyson has a great culture and focuses on the protein space in the dynamic food industry. Specifically, those in the finance and marketing departments have a wealth of experience and work cooperatively together.
Tyson is a great place to work if you don't mind being cold. It took my body about 3 month to adjust to the temperatures. The job is fast paced and non stop moving. They have good benefits and perks like 25 cent a pound meat sales
Line Worker / Floater / Inspector (Former Employee) – Green Forest, AR – January 20, 2019
I did many jobs in the plant over the years I was employed there. After several years, I began to have heath problems due to the repetitious movements required at this job. (These health problems are permanent and have not gotten better even after changing careers.) Benefits aren’t bad, and there’s paid vacations with options for stock purchase plan.
Stock purchase plan, paid vacation time, paid holidays, competitive wages, no degree or special skills required
Heath problems from repetitive motion, messy environment, employees are easily replaceable and treated as disposable
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Albertville, AL – January 18, 2019
The work is rough and not always satisfying however the compensation is about as good as it gets. There is ample opportunity for advancement with Tyson foods if you work hard and prove you are worthy of such advancement.
Electronics Technician (Former Employee) – Fayetteville, AR – January 17, 2019
Typical work days was low stress management of work processes with multiple critical incidents to keep you energized. Consistent work environment with good benefits. Not much that one would ask from a job, but I need to be challenged in a much higher scale. Trying to reach other positions that would provide this need was difficult to accomplish.
Great benefits: Health Insurance, 401K, and stock purchase
Refrigeration Technician (Former Employee) – Storm Lake, IA – January 17, 2019
Tyson has great benefits and the pay is better than anything you will get in the area. The work is not hard its just really repetitive. Depending on your job it is a slaughter house so there is no way around getting dirty. The worst part about the job like anywhere else is the people.
Hatchery Team Member (Former Employee) – Sedalia, MO – January 15, 2019
Alright working here, it's a good place. I don't really care for the management. They pick and choose who they like, who they wanna pick on. It doesn't matter how hard you work or how much work you put in, they won't save you if you need help in a pinch. Just another number. But it's alright work and you get paid good with some good benefits. Some good benefits. Plennums.