I worked at United States Beef full-time (More than 8 years)
-Willing to work with your schedule (I was going to college and worked the days I could)
-Easy job IF you work with people who care about this job
-Great High School job
-Love their compass vision, applied it to future employment
-Too much work for little pay
-Could file a complaint to General Manager or District Leaders about a person or wrong doing and they would not do anything about it. Just give them a write up.
-Forced to work shorthanded
-Managers limit 50% meals to one a day or to what you should order when in the handbook discounted meals are described vaguely.
-About 85% of the Managers were not willing to help/communicate with each other. In many occasions (not to exaggerate ) I picked up their slack because they were either too lazy or not willing to learn how to do their management job right.
-People are always quitting, be ready to see new faces and work shorthanded
Advice to Management
-Stop being afraid to speak up to employees that have anger management issues, besides trying to please their temper, try working on keeping the people that actually enjoy working there because you guys already lost a lot of good people.
-Not purposely trying to hate on a company that I have worked for several years, but I am able to see many changes that has happened throughout the years and it just keeps on getting worse.
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at United States Beef (Bentonville, AR).
Two person interview, pretty standard questions. Comfortable environment at a local store. Interviewed with the District manager and the Regional Director of Operations. Applied online and received and phone interview with the recruiter within a couple of days, then set up an in person interview.
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