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Some of the most scenic locations in the world. Trident has a plethora of great people working for them. "You'll have a job for life" was once their mantra.
Expansion has brought it's share of hurdles. Trident has recently been called the "Walmart" of seafood companies due to changes in compensation and insurance plans.
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Overall, the company employs very skilled individuals that can find success with motivation and competency.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Trident Seafoods (Seattle, WA) in February 2014.
Communication was short but frequent. 2 weeks after submitting my resume and numerous calls I called and asked for a interview which I got promptly. The interview was long but relaxed. I mostly listened and confirmed I understood what the interviewer was talking about. Another 2 weeks went by and I called back to ask if they had made a decision and they replied with an email asking what a salary I would like.
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Something's "supposed" to be fishy at Trident Seafoods. The vertically integrated seafood business harvests pollock, cod, salmon, crab, and assorted other fin- and shellfish from the icy waters of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. It then processes and cans, freezes or ships them fresh for retail food and foodservice customers, in addition to selling under their own labels. Trident operates a fleet of some 45 vessels, as well as about 20 onshore processing plants in Alaska, Washington, Minnesota and Oregon. The company's brands include Trident Seafoods, Kasilof, Portlock...