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sensual

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#1 Mar 25, 2008
ag is the best place to work in miss co.
Guest

United States

#2 Mar 25, 2008
sensual wrote:
ag is the best place to work in miss co.
DEPENDS ON WHO YOU ARE!!!!!!!!!
sensual

United States

#3 Mar 25, 2008
Guest wrote:
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DEPENDS ON WHO YOU ARE!!!!!!!!!
why should it depend on who i am????? IT IS JUST AN OPINION!!!!!!! GOSH

Since: Mar 08

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#4 Mar 28, 2008
yes, ag is a good place to work, have a relative that just retired from there 35 yrs of work service, and a good friend that retired 2 yrs ago, she had 33 yrs . they didnt have any special title or knew somebody that knows somebody. as far as i know both enjoyed things at ag. mostly, if you just do your job.. things will go well. just my opinion.
Robots

AOL

#5 Mar 28, 2008
daisy duke wrote:
yes, ag is a good place to work, have a relative that just retired from there 35 yrs of work service, and a good friend that retired 2 yrs ago, she had 33 yrs . they didnt have any special title or knew somebody that knows somebody. as far as i know both enjoyed things at ag. mostly, if you just do your job.. things will go well. just my opinion.
Were they able to walk out, or were they carried?
Would hate to think I spent that much time on those concrete floors. Might need knee and hip replacements now. Maybe a new back. Should have given them a HUGE bonus after all that time.

Since: Mar 08

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#6 Mar 28, 2008
Robots wrote:
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Were they able to walk out, or were they carried?
Would hate to think I spent that much time on those concrete floors. Might need knee and hip replacements now. Maybe a new back. Should have given them a HUGE bonus after all that time.
that is just too funny.. i really havent given thought to the walking out or carry. thanks, for the laugh. glad somebody has a sense of humor here on the forum. both were on 401k, and other stuff. you are right, they should of got one h' OF A HUGE BONUS. have a good day.
guest

United States

#8 Mar 28, 2008
better than any other place to work!
Sleepy

Blytheville, AR

#9 Mar 29, 2008
I've not been there long but so far I like it alright. It's actually my first job (ever) and it hasn't scared me off yet :P I've to deal with some pretty sorry people but that's bound to happen at any job. At least there are some pretty awesome ones to pick up the slack :)
worker

Blytheville, AR

#10 Mar 30, 2008
I have worked there for almost 20 yrs and use to enjoy going to work, but now alot of the people don't want to do there jobs and the bosses either don't seem to care or something because they only get on to certian people and it is usually the ones that work. I can see why someone would want to get out now. And yes the concrete will kill your feet and legs.

Since: Mar 08

Conway, AR

#12 Mar 31, 2008
I worked there twice, almost 23 years if you add both times together. I enjoyed it most of the time, worked with some good people.
Things semed to change in the mid 1990's. I realise that the world has changed and it is important to compeat however management has become so impersonal and treat their "people" like they are just as interchangable has a machine. I thought it was terrible to be told that we were not employees but just another vender. We were the same has China. I thought the name of the company was American Greetings? Well enough bitching, in short loved the people, hated what happened to the company. Hello Jtl 40!!
Jitl 40

AOL

#13 Mar 31, 2008
over_time wrote:
I worked there twice, almost 23 years if you add both times together. I enjoyed it most of the time, worked with some good people.
Things semed to change in the mid 1990's. I realise that the world has changed and it is important to compeat however management has become so impersonal and treat their "people" like they are just as interchangable has a machine. I thought it was terrible to be told that we were not employees but just another vender. We were the same has China. I thought the name of the company was American Greetings? Well enough bitching, in short loved the people, hated what happened to the company. Hello Jtl 40!!
Wonder what is going on with J40 now. Heard it expanded.
LA LAW

Benton, AR

#14 Mar 31, 2008
i worked there 36 years and had to go out because of health problems. i made a good living out there .most of the people i miss and think about often. but some you hope you never see again. at the time i had to leave i was setup in jitl 3.
Been in your shoes

United States

#15 Mar 31, 2008
worker wrote:
I have worked there for almost 20 yrs and use to enjoy going to work, but now alot of the people don't want to do there jobs and the bosses either don't seem to care or something because they only get on to certian people and it is usually the ones that work. I can see why someone would want to get out now. And yes the concrete will kill your feet and legs.
And when it does kill your feet and legs it is compensable under the workers compensation laws as an industrial illness. Same premise as carpal tunnel injury, caused by making the same movements over a long period of time. Walking or standing on concrete floors during the performance of your job duties for months and years.
Don't you even have rubber matts to cushion your feet while standing on the concrete?
Workmans comp claims usually "inspire" management to correct or eliminate the cause of claims.
Mats

AOL

#16 Apr 1, 2008
Been in your shoes wrote:
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And when it does kill your feet and legs it is compensable under the workers compensation laws as an industrial illness. Same premise as carpal tunnel injury, caused by making the same movements over a long period of time. Walking or standing on concrete floors during the performance of your job duties for months and years.
Don't you even have rubber matts to cushion your feet while standing on the concrete?
Workmans comp claims usually "inspire" management to correct or eliminate the cause of claims.
A lot of the mats disappeared on J40. Had none in stripping areas. A few areas had the thicker ones.
Managers and supervisors should have paid more attention. When the feet hurt, the backs hurt, and this slows down production. Most people were afraid to file worker's comp for fear of losing their jobs.
no lie

Trumann, AR

#17 Apr 2, 2008
Mats wrote:
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A lot of the mats disappeared on J40. Had none in stripping areas. A few areas had the thicker ones.
Managers and supervisors should have paid more attention. When the feet hurt, the backs hurt, and this slows down production. Most people were afraid to file worker's comp for fear of losing their jobs.
I had a friend do that worker's comp and now they dont have a job now...go figure
poison ivy

Trumann, AR

#19 Apr 2, 2008
First of all what is about the wife thing? Then secondly is she crazy or try to kill your a&&.Dont milk the cow until you know all the facts ask around at work you know they like to talk.
Single too

Blytheville, AR

#20 Apr 2, 2008
I know alot of Kevin's out there. Which Department?
Not a good idea

AOL

#21 Apr 2, 2008
Saw a lot of problems out there when someone messed around with a married man. The woman is usually fired, not the man.
xxx

United States

#22 Apr 2, 2008
Not a good idea wrote:
Saw a lot of problems out there when someone messed around with a married man. The woman is usually fired, not the man.
Yea the man usually gets a promotion, the women gets fired.

Since: Mar 08

United States

#23 Apr 3, 2008
xxx wrote:
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Yea the man usually gets a promotion, the women gets fired.
that is so true

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