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Jerry H. Godwin
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  • good company

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    Current Employee - Truck Driver in Clinton, NC
    Current Employee - Truck Driver in Clinton, NC

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    Pros

    good peaople to work for very family oreintanated

    Cons

    the hours are long and you are the plants mercy

    Advice to Management

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    Transportation Supervisor Interview

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    Accepted Offer
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    Average Interview

    Interview

    Was called went in for a a face to face with two difrent reginol managers asked basic questions about me and what i could offer to their company and my background and my experance lasted a litttle longer than an hour few days went by than i got a call to meet the VP of tranportation for a little more in depth interview lasted about an hour got an offer a few days later

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Website www.murphybrownllc.com
Headquarters Warsaw, NC
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Agriculture & Forestry
Revenue $500 million to $1 billion (USD) per year

When it comes to work, Murphy-Brown goes 'whole hog.' The livestock production subsidiary of pork-processing giant Smithfield Foods is the world's largest hog producer. Murphy-Brown maintains some 827,000 breeding sows (more than 90% of which are genetic lines that produce the leanest hogs possible) and brings more than 16 million hogs to market annually. It operates about 450 company-owned farms in a dozen states. The company extends its hog production through partnerships with more than 1,500 independent farmers and contract growers in the US. More than 75% of... More

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