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I believe the company leaders have our best interests at heart and also they don't discriminate against disability, race or age. I believe the working standards are excellent and management know what they are doing and they are doing their job very well.
For me, there are no cons to Moy Park. I love working at Moy Park as I believe the company is run by well-educated and well-trained people and I believe every individual of management is interested in the employees best interest and well-being. That care for employees is what makes Moy Park so great.
Advice to Management
My advice to upper management would be to keep up the good work, as I am very satisfied with their standard and quality of work from by length employment with Moy Park.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a day – interviewed at Moy Park (Ballymena, Northern Ireland (UK)) in July 2013.
One interview, very easy and run of the mill questions. Human resource and production manager did interview. Production manager yawned and showed no interest in the process. Really surprised to get the job, maybe everyone else stayed clear knowing how bad a place it is to work in.
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Negotiate and play hard ball
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Moy Park, one of Northern Ireland's largest food processors, supplies private-label fresh, processed, and value-added chicken to food retailers and foodservice distributors in the UK, France, and other parts of Europe. It entered the turkey market by buying local O'Kane Poultry in 2010. Moy Park's agricultural arm operates hatcheries using chicks from Aviagen. Its Moy Park Foodservices division offers frozen onion rings, breaded mushrooms, tempura-battered vegetables and fried cheese bites ideal for pubs and restaurants. The company has operations in Northern Ireland...