Tyson in Jefferson reopens but cuts more than 200 workers
The flood-damaged Tyson Prepared Foods plant in Jefferson has resumed production of pepperoni and salami but with a permanent reduction in its work force.
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#1 Aug 12, 2008
I know and realize the floods was something that just happend,but i was one of the very last people hired before the flood happend,i kept calling this company about the outlook of starting work and kept getting promised i had a job still and just hang in there till they sanitize and restore the enitre place i was told this it would only be a few months and theyd be back to near full swing,and i just got through talking to one of the office workers that swore up and down that they arent letting people go theyll slowly be rehiring as things gradually pick up,and then i hear about this newspaper report,and it stuns me,so all this time i turned down a couple job offers in belief they was to open any time soon
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