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Derrick

Elizabethtown, KY

#1 Dec 19, 2010
Anyone know anything about the new spice company; have they started to hire yet, how much are they going to be paying their associates.
curious

Clermont, KY

#2 Dec 19, 2010
I don't know when I went there I thought they said come dress for a possible interview. They took the application and said someone from their hr will be going through their applications and setting up interviews in 2 or 3 wks. Didn't get to ask them no questions. They said the Lebanon plant won't be ready untill sometimes in late feb or mar.I would love to know what pay rate they start out makeing but I cain't seem to find it anywhere on the web.and nobody around here can tell you.So if anyone knows let us here it.
jimmy crack corn

Shreveport, LA

#3 Dec 19, 2010
i heard nine dollars!!
cheap labor

Clermont, KY

#4 Dec 19, 2010
9 dollars is a far cry from what they had in the paper when they first said it was comeing.I know the paper came back within 2wks and said that they had made a mistake that you wouldn't be starting out at $17 an hr but nobody in their right mind would think so for around lebanon but damn $9 an hour is a far cry from that.I think tom lund tells these factories that we are cheap labor for them to come here.and not to pay very much so people won't quit a job to start at a new one.
Derrick

Elizabethtown, KY

#5 Dec 20, 2010
curious wrote:
I don't know when I went there I thought they said come dress for a possible interview. They took the application and said someone from their hr will be going through their applications and setting up interviews in 2 or 3 wks. Didn't get to ask them no questions. They said the Lebanon plant won't be ready untill sometimes in late feb or mar.I would love to know what pay rate they start out makeing but I cain't seem to find it anywhere on the web.and nobody around here can tell you.So if anyone knows let us here it.
Have they hired anyone in management.
xyz

Campbellsville, KY

#6 Dec 20, 2010
Derrick wrote:
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Have they hired anyone in management.
Yes....
what the hell

Centerville, TX

#7 Dec 20, 2010
$9? Thats ridiculous. Who can survive on $9 an hour? You can make that working at a grocery store or fast food!
fly on the wall

Winchester, KY

#8 Dec 21, 2010
what the hell wrote:
$9? Thats ridiculous. Who can survive on $9 an hour? You can make that working at a grocery store or fast food!
Here is a link to the companies website:
http://www.rlschreiber.com/shop/welcome.asp
Of course ivt also has contact information as well.
Derrick

Elizabethtown, KY

#9 Dec 21, 2010
what the hell wrote:
$9? Thats ridiculous. Who can survive on $9 an hour? You can make that working at a grocery store or fast food!
Surely, they will pay more than $9.00 per hour. That is what the Temp Agencies pay. They will never get very good employees for that pay.
cheap labor

Clermont, KY

#10 Dec 22, 2010
I think if the new factories are not willing to pay at least $10 a hour that tom lund should not be payed any more that that. I think I'm with you I think he tells them to come to lebanon it is cheap lobor. Could he live on 9 or 10 dollars an hour.and as far as paying about the same as the rest of the factories what would be wrong with telling them you have to pay around what the others factories do.
old times

Leitchfield, KY

#11 Dec 24, 2010
shoot if i could get days i'd work for 9.00 an hour, where can I find an application?
interested
#12 Dec 24, 2010
people times are tough. 9$ an hour is better then nothing. i think if you scoff at that then you have your standards set to high in this economy people take what they can get and are happy to get it.
say what

Clermont, KY

#13 Dec 24, 2010
Then they will only get unemployed people or people who just wnt to work untill they find something else with better pay. The turnover rate should be very high.
John

Elizabethtown, KY

#14 Dec 24, 2010
say what wrote:
Then they will only get unemployed people or people who just wnt to work untill they find something else with better pay. The turnover rate should be very high.
You are exactly right; the company I work for decided to have 30% of the work force from the Temp Agencies. The temporary workers are on the line doing the same work as the full time workers. The temporary workers are making $9.00 per hour the full time workers are making around $15.00. Most of the temporary workers are good workers but they all leave after a few weeks or days. All we do is constantly train people.
Derrick

Trinity, TX

#15 Jan 4, 2011
curious wrote:
I don't know when I went there I thought they said come dress for a possible interview. They took the application and said someone from their hr will be going through their applications and setting up interviews in 2 or 3 wks. Didn't get to ask them no questions. They said the Lebanon plant won't be ready untill sometimes in late feb or mar.I would love to know what pay rate they start out makeing but I cain't seem to find it anywhere on the web.and nobody around here can tell you.So if anyone knows let us here it.
Has anyone recieved a phone call that went to the job fair? I could't get there for the ice storm that day. Anyone know someone that they have hired in management?
Has anybody heard

Trinity, TX

#16 Jan 5, 2011
Was wondering the same thing -- has anybody received that phone call?
Lilly

Campbellsville, KY

#17 Jan 5, 2011
Jennifer Milburn is the Plant Manager. She just moved to Lebanon.
Sophie

Lexington, KY

#18 Jan 6, 2011
Derrick wrote:
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Has anyone recieved a phone call that went to the job fair? I could't get there for the ice storm that day. Anyone know someone that they have hired in management?
At the job fair they said they would not begin interview until late January or early February, so I would say they won't start calling people for at least another week or two.
Think about it

Campbellsville, KY

#19 Jan 7, 2011
John wrote:
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You are exactly right; the company I work for decided to have 30% of the work force from the Temp Agencies. The temporary workers are on the line doing the same work as the full time workers. The temporary workers are making $9.00 per hour the full time workers are making around $15.00. Most of the temporary workers are good workers but they all leave after a few weeks or days. All we do is constantly train people.
Just remember that most times it cost more for a company to use temps. The temps are getting $9.00 per hour and the temp company makes money for each temp per hour. I once used temps and with what I paid them and the temp agency it was close to to what full timers make, and yes I do realize that they on't have to pay temps benefits.
Derrick

Elizabethtown, KY

#20 Jan 8, 2011
Lilly wrote:
Jennifer Milburn is the Plant Manager. She just moved to Lebanon.
Have they hired any Supervisor’s for production or warehouse? Are they going to be local or are they coming from the plant in Florida?

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