"Ok place to work have work 13 days and off one then we repeat"
"global food production company with opportunities in a wide variety of disciplines. Have had financial pressure from COVID-19 disruption in market and lagging performance of poultry sector due to over supply in market. Company is on its 4th CEO in 5 years which is disconcerting. Tyson has shown over time that it is willing to layoff white collar staff to show the street they are trying to improve profits."
"I’ve worked here a short time but great company and coworkers."
"Great company to work for and good pay"
"Great company until they replaced the CTO with an HP guy who was only concerned with cutting/gutting IT."
"I've worked for Tyson Foods for 7 years. They are a large multi-national company that has unlimited opportunity. They have endless training from within, but it is up to you to stand out as there is a lot of people who work there."
"Tyson is a large company where you lose much of the family feeling. If you are willing to relocate often, you have good opportunity to grow. My experience was good with the company, however, the priorities are skewed towards numbers over safety and family. I feel this culture is shifting, but they have a long way to go."
"I've worked at the Tyson plant in St. Joseph since 1999 when it was Sara Lee. The plant has experienced many changes over the years, some good and some bad. My ratings are given under the management that has been in place for the previous 18 months."
"Amazing company to work for!"
"Excellent work environment"
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