Goya

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    Opportunities for growth & great company culture

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    I worked at Goya full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    I personally think Goya is not your typical corporation, yes, people do work very hard, but the work environment/culture is one where they try to make you feel as if you are part of a big family (hence their saying, “La Gran Familia Goya”). You get to meet the owners, they greet you in the hallway and I pretty much think they know everyone by name. From my experience management is fair, so if you don’t want to work or want to violate reasonable rules, I guess you don’t need the job… The company is growing so quickly and there are opportunities for growth. Salary is competitive for the area, benefits are good in comparison with other jobs I’ve had. Many of their current employees have been there for 5 to 50 years, which I think says something about the company, I was there from 2005-2013 and unfortunately I had to move but if possible in the future I would like to return when I am ready. Hope this helps

    Cons

    Not many facilities in Europe

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America's Largest Private Companies, Forbes, 2008

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Website www.goya.com
Headquarters Secaucus, NJ
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1936
Type Company - Private
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year

Whether you call 'em frijoles or habichuelas, beans are beans, and Goya's got 'em and lots more. Goya Foods produces more than 1,600 Hispanic and Caribbean grocery items, including canned and dried beans, canned meats, beverages, cooking oils, olives, rice, seasonings and sauces, plantain and yucca chips, ready meals, and frozen treats and entrees. It sells many different types of rice and nearly 40 types of beans and peas under the Goya and Canilla brand names. It also sells beverages such as tropical fruit nectars, juices, tropical sodas, and coffee. Goya is owned and... More

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