Crider Reviews

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Bill Crider Jr.
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    Good pay, poor place to work

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    I worked at Crider


    Above average compensation, with an opportunity to wear a lot of different hats. Opportunity to be exposed to a wide range of operations, some very good managment people to work with


    Be prepared to work seven days a week with little free time. Virtually non-existant positive feedback, and an awful lot of negative. Keep your thoughts to yourself, they aren't wanted at this employer.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn that people are your biggest asset, and treat them as human beings rather than cogs in the wheel. Retention of personnel will go a long way towards improving morale and put some continuitiy in the operation.

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Headquarters Stillmore, GA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1983
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

They may not know why the chicken crossed the road but the folks at Crider apparently have figured out how to get them to climb inside its cans. The company is a leading chicken canner in the US and makes a number of fresh and fully-cooked chicken offerings. It also cans turkey, beef, and ham. Crider's products are supplied to food retailers, including club stores nationwide under branded and private-labels. The Georgia company was founded in 1944 by Ahtee and Emma Lou Crider and is still owned and operated by the founders' descendants.

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