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Mike K. Stern
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    The have and have not's

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - I Didn't Really Have One
    Current Employee - I Didn't Really Have One

    I have been working at NC+ Hybrids


    Allows one to work in the seed industry and agriculture industry in general.

    There is a casual work environment and the allowance to do things your own way.

    The brand is a traditional brand that is regionally know regionally

    Free promotional merchandise

    Fairly good benefits

    Free coffee and snacks

    With seniority generous vacation days


    The is not a path to success given for this company. Unless one is in sales or already has a upper level position then each job really is a "dead-end". Raises of consequence are not given unless one is political with the right people

    Employees are not encouraged to better themselves--instead just getting through the day is the norm at this local.

    Overtime is expected but not compensated for---and each person's job position is describe (or not described) in such a way to allow for everyone to be considered salaried.

    There is very little teamwork displayed here--everyman for himself

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    The "lower level" employee doesn't have a path in improve or grow in their position

    Doesn't Recommend
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Headquarters City of Industry, CA
Size 16 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Agriculture & Forestry
Revenue $1 to $5 million (USD) per year

For farmers determined to grow more than the usual daily allowance of corn, NC Hybrids (formerly NC+ Hybrids Cooperative) is slicing and dicing to make a better product. A US commercial seed company, it researches, produces, and markets conventional and biotech lines of harvest crops for farmers. Its primary product is seed corn, but it also offers seed for soybean, grain sorghum, forage sorghum, Sudan grass, millet, alfalfa, and sunflowers. In 2005 NC Hybrids was acquired by Monsanto subsidiary American Seeds, for $40 million in cash. The company, which has been in... More

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