“Have been working for about 4 seasons now, through which I have achieved many positions in Quality Control and Mechanic. ”
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First of all, everybody is really friendly and easy to work with. Another pro is that if you're only looking for a Summer job, this is the perfect thing for that as production stops when the fruit season ends. As you gain seniority, you can apply for jobs that work year-round! Great pay.
The opposite may be truth, if you're not looking for a seasonal job, you will get laid off around the time the fruit season ends. Of course, this is only if you work in the production.
Advice to Management
I have no real advice to management as I have gotten along with everybody and everybody cares about producing quality products.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day – interviewed at Seneca Foods (Modesto, CA).
I had to stay up all night in line to get an application. You need to ask when applications will be distributed. When I arrived at 12:00 am there was already a line to wait for 7:00 am. A chair and snacks will be helpful. No experience needed. Basically, if you get an application and you are drug free you will be hired. Overall it was and interesting experience and was worth the wait. After you turn I your application you can leave and you will be called back for your paid training.
- Past work experience? 1 Answer
No negotiations at all.
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Seneca Foods has a can-do attitude. The company mainly cans and freezes vegetables, but it also makes apple chips, maraschino cherries, and candied fruits used in baked goods. A top US producer of canned vegetables, its brands include Aunt Nellie's, Blue Boy, Diamond, Libby's, Seneca, and Stokely. About 19% of the company's sales come from processing Green Giant vegetables for General Mills. Seneca also sells private-label and name-brand veggies and fruit to food retailers, mass merchandisers, and club and dollar stores, as well as foodservice providers and ...