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- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Pacific Seafood full-time for less than a yearPros
I had high expectations going in....This is a large company that has made the local papers for its excellence. After my first few weeks I noticed a vast majority of team members I met had been with the company for years....A high number of years...so not a lot of turnover here which is a good sign for someone seriously looking for a career job. Secondly, they really invest in their employees...treating us like an asset more than a number. Seriously...yoga in the conference room..yes please! Even thought Im 1 out of hundreds of employees...it feels like I MEAN something to the company and they appreciate what I contribute....this is SO important when choosing to work for a company rather than for yourself because they give you ownership of the tasks you're assigned....and freedom as to how and when you accomplish them...Pacific thrives off of innovation, creativity and most of all teamwork. They've show this in a rewarding way for me.... financially and emotionally. I can say I never really saw myself working in the fish industry....but the company itself and the people I work with are amazing..and the pay is pretty great too. As a bonus Ive got a pretty amazing and established team to learn from. Cheers and good luck to all of you searching for the right fit.
Don't plan summer vacations.
Don't plan on sleeping in like I was used to. However...early mornings lead to an earlier time to leave...maybe. Definitely don't be the first to leave.
Be prepared to work hard, well with others under pressure and long seasonal hours.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied through other source. The process took a day - interviewed at Pacific Seafood in July 2008.Interview Details
Not very informative, vague details on complete job description, and dishonest about hours spent working. Initially, I was asked if working weekends once in awhile would be a problem. Turns out, I have had to work practically every weekend in addition to Monday through Friday.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsMake sure that you get things in writing and keep good records.Accepted OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
- There were some very vague and silly questions asked. Answer Question
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Dulcich, Inc., which does business as the Pacific Seafood Group, is always fishing for acquisitions. The Oregon-based company has built its business by snapping up competitors, giving it a wide array of offerings. Its more than 1,800 different products range from shellfish (clams, crab, lobster, mussels, oysters, scallops) to finfish (catfish, cod, flounder, sable, salmon, swordfish, trout, and tuna). In addition to fresh and frozen seafood, the company offers value-added products, including battered, breaded, marinated, and smoked fish. Pacific Seafood operates...