Mountaire is a great place to work but when it comes to being fair and actually listening to problems you may face on the job the head people in charge talk at you and not to you. Everyone has a voice and should be given the opportunity to be heard. With that being said all leads and upper managements needs to take classes on how to speak, inner act and manage employees. In order to be a successful company it takes dedication, determination and hard work which comes from both you and your employees.
I agree 100% , very well put
Ronald, my name is Huber and I had occasion to observe the sludge removal operation at Millsboro Del. Having worked on huge drainage projects removing fly ash for the Tennessee Valley Authority, I don't think I've ever seen a so-called 'contractor' in my career making such a mess with so little headway. They're uncoordinated and what appears to no direction toward a fruitful end. Are they a bunch of farmers thrown together to make an appearance to DENREC?? If so they and you will be ran out of the St. of Del. If you know what 'throwing good money after bad' means then you need to channel some of it toward competent construction management because what they're doing is going to bite you in the ass and have to be DONE OVER. Thanks for your time in exposing this Chinese fire drill. JH Huber