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They have excellent benefits, and great safety rules and a nice clean work environment.
Some people like to make ur job difficult but its always better to ignore them.
Advice to Management
Be good leaders and value great workers.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at JBS S.A. (Greeley, CO) in December 2009.
Initially applied via web for position and uploaded my resume as well as filled out a skills summary. Next was a phone interview with HR rep for "Cultural Fit Assessment". Next was a second phone interview w/hiring manager for a "Skills Assessment", next was a 4 hour set of in-person interviews where the hiring manager re-interviewed in a 1:1, plus 4-5 panel interviews consisting of panels of 2-4 interviewers per set, followed up by the HR rep and final pleasantries. The Culture seemed to be one of high stress and fast pace, which I’m OK with. Most of the interviewers were very friendly and high energy, with the exception of the entire panel of 4 IT managers. My advice to other candidates would be to blow their socks off! (Especially the IT managers). Good luck. PS: Benefits package is rather substandard for the work, but apparently on par for the Protein Provider industry.
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Carnivores have a friend in JBS. With a daily slaughter capacity of 86,000 head of cattle, JBS is the world's biggest beef (and pork, poultry, and lamb) processor and exporter. In addition to fresh and processed beef and pork (it is the #3 pork producer in the US), JBS offers cooked and canned meats, ready-to-eat meals, as well as hides and dairy products. JBS sells beef domestically under the Friboi brand. It also owns control of US poultry giant Pilgrim's Pride. The company exports products worldwide; top markets include Japan, the Middle East and Africa, and Mexico...