Brasil Foods

  www.brasilfoods.com
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Headquarters São Paulo, Brazil
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (BRFS)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

Farm animals mean business for BRF - Brasil Foods. Among the world's largest food companies, the Brazilian provider of fresh and frozen meats operates its own farms, slaughterhouses, animal-feed units, incubators, and processing plants. The company's lineup comprises three thousand-plus items, including chicken, pork, some beef and dairy, as well as a slew of processed foods (representing 60% sales), such as butter, cheese, desserts, ready-to-eat meals, pasta, and pizza. Products are sold under many brands -- Perdigão, Sadia, Batavo, Chester, and Perdix -- at home and... More

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Employees are “Dissatisfied”   8 ratings

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33% Approve of the CEO   6 ratings

Brasil Foods CEO José Fay

José Fay

CEO

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  Current Human Resources Analyst in Dubai (United Arab Emirates)

Pros: A huge Mutinational with sales over 20 Billion USD Full Review

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Analyst - Monthly

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R$2,604
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Administrative Assistant - Monthly

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R$1,016
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Trainee - Monthly

1 Brasil Foods Salary (1 in Brazil)

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R$4,796
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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in São Paulo, São Paulo (Brazil) Jan 2011 – Reviewed Apr 23, 2014

Interview Details – I applied for the trainee process in the company and passed for 4 phases, being eliminated in the group panels. After I was called to an interview with a HR member and later to a group interview with 3 marketing managers. After approved I was asked to talk with the executive manager, which was the…Full Interview

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The questions were the regular interview ones, the most difficult was: How will your marketing formation and previous experiences aggregate to the future merge of the company? Answer Question

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