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Phoenix, AZ
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
$2 to $5 billion (USD) per year
At Shamrock Foods Company, people come first – our associates, our customers, and the families we serve across the nation. A privately-held, family-owned and -operated Forbes 500 company, Shamrock is an innovator in the food industry and has been since being founded in ... Read more

Mission: At Shamrock Foods Company, we live by our founding family’s motto to “treat employees like family and customers like friends.”

Shamrock Foods Reviews

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    I have been working at Shamrock Foods full-time


    Manage your own time.
    Great earning potential.
    Upper management cares.
    Good coprotate values.


    On call 24/7
    Big business sometimes thinking small

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Shamrock Foods Interviews



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    Corporate Accounting Supervisor Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Phoenix, AZ
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Difficult Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at Shamrock Foods (Phoenix, AZ) in June 2017.


    I received a phone call from the new manager and we had a great conversation; she invited me for an in person interview. I met with her and she explained that the position listed on the job posting is not what they were hiring for but in actuality it was an EMD Supervisor. She explained what the role actually was and asked if I was still interested. Since I was impressed with the company, I was interested to hear more about the role. Once done, it was something I had no experience with but I was willing to give it a try. At the conclusion, she indicated they would be making a decision and making calls as the current supervisor was going to a seminar and then on vacation so they wanted to make a decision.
    I received a phone call the next day from the current supervisor and asked to come back for a 2nd interview. I came back later that week and met with her and two other supervisors. We discussed various topics and at the conclusion she indicated they would be making a decision in the next few weeks.
    That was the middle of June and I had not heard back. I tried several times to contact the manager by phone to inquire about the status but her extension has not been setup and she is not able to receive calls. I finally obtained her e-mail address and sent her a follow up e-mail. Almost six weeks later, I found out they are still interviewing for the position. It would be great if you would let those you interviewed weeks ago know they are no longer being considered instead of saying nothing. Just bad business and puts a sour taste in peoples mouths to be treated this way.

    Interview Questions

    • How do you handle stress in your day-to-day work?   1 Answer
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Shamrock Foods Awards & Accolades

  • Healthiest Employers(#1), Phoenix Business Journal, 2015

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