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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (Former Employee) –  Alameda, CA26 November 2013
Review and screen candidates for minimum and desired qualifications for both high volume
positions and high touch positions.
Partner with recruiting coordinator to schedule interviews, manage drug screens and background
checks, and on-board new employees.
Answered multi-line telephone system.
Handle front desk reception duties and general facility maintenance.
Pros
Free lunches
Cons
Healthcare
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Overall decent student summer job
Student Summer Packer (Former Employee) –  Cambridge, ON10 February 2018
Student packer. Easy job packing chips into boxes. Repeated action for 8 hour shifts can get boring. Keeping up with the conveyor belt can be difficult at times. Fair pay. Asked for over time a lot near end of summer but at beginning of summer there wasn't enough work for everyone.
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Good employer
Manufacturing Resource (Former Employee) –  Lethbridge, AB9 February 2018
It has been a few years since I worked for Frito Lay but at that time they were a leader among the many plants in North America. There was generally a good culture among workers.
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