I have been working at Alltech full-time (More than 3 years)
Beautiful campus and great attention to corporate image. Opportunities to be involved in a variety of projects, friendly co-workers. Company owner is passionate, motivational, and charitable.
Little opportunity for growth or promotion for some positions despite training/experience. Treatment, expectations, and responsibilities of employees with same job title in the department is unequal. Extra effort beyond job duties is encouraged but may not be recognized or rewarded.
Advice to Management
Promote equality within the workplace and transparency in management. Standardize employee job descriptions and establish clear pathways for growth. Provide management training to managers. Address employee morale/burnout.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Alltech (Madison, WI) in July 2014.
Met at a McDonalds for the first interview. In what world is that acceptable? General manager was a great salesmen and very good at making totally false claims about the position while not batting an eye. Second interview had a very strange variety of people including a recent hire. Questions in the panel interview indicated that mamy enployees in the company had very little working knowledge of livestock nutrition.