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good working with fellow workers
Farm Hand (Former Employee) –  Lindsay VIC30 May 2019
easy working group , learnt new skills learnt new skills with different type of citrus fruits and how things change each day. the company was friendly helpful in teaching new skills
Pros
easy working with workers
Cons
some days were long
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3.0
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adequate
Allocations Officer (Former Employee) –  Devonport TAS4 April 2019
decent people and committed crew, although very hard to be guaranteed hours. only ever casual positions available so job security is minimal at best. very time line oriented
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3.0
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Busy workplace
Harvest Supervisor (Former Employee) –  Neergabby WA26 February 2019
Start the day with your team for the tasks of the day
manage them accordingly
manual labor involved but not much, working with the the team is the best part
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3.0
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Not a bad place to work
Process worker (Current Employee) –  Doreen, viv13 January 2019
Every work place have easy and difficult days so, I cant complaint about it. we have staff who helped us in difficult time and I like to work there because people from all culture work there.
I like team work.
Pros
Long time standing job
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2.0
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Decent workplace but not enough hours
Blueberry picker (Former Employee) –  Gingin WA25 June 2018
Work at Costa for a couple of weeks, a okey workplace with good supervisors but the problem was we only worked between 3-6 hours a day 4-5 times a week. So the money was not that good.
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5.0
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Nice supervisors
HUMPER (Former Employee) –  Atherton QLD22 May 2018
Very good team of work
The people there are awesome and funny...All time with a smile in the face.
The job is so hard but the people help to make it easy and funn
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Poor safety culture.
Production Technician (Former Employee) –  Casuarina WA20 September 2017
$25 p/h. Located in Casuarina so some travel required, public transport not an option as hours were 6.00am to 2.30pm. Supervisor and leading hand were good people, banging their heads against brick walls with retards working there. Company was upskilling due to accreditation requirements, some employees not up to the challenge.
Pros
Work hours, not push push.
Cons
Company employed retards.
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4.0
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Not bad, minimum wage
Plant Clipper (Former Employee) –  Guyra NSW4 September 2017
Minimum wage position , I had to travel to and from work location which took time out of my life. Was dangerous at times with some of the machine operators.
Pros
Glass House, warn in winter
Cons
hours (including travelling) for pay, didn't like
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3.0
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productive
Farm Hand (Former Employee) –  Walkamin Qld18 February 2014
was a good work site layed back and was a great environment,
did work on a cherry picker and drove tractors, did maintenance on machinery also did a lot of work on ladders, and a few days supervising when supervisor was away.
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5.0
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managing 500 people and production plan
Harvesting Manager (Former Employee) –  Mernda23 July 2013
meeting all targets and demand,rostering,resolution of daily operational issues,daily reports.
to pro actively lead and manage the harvesting operations.
provide leadership and direction to the department,driving the operational plans,objectves and targets.
build good team relation ship and under standing with co-workers
support best practice,injury management,communication and collaboration,EEO,diversity,customer service and continous improvement.
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3.3
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