A J Leese Turkeys at Goldhurst Farm
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Abattoir Worker in Derby, Derbyshire
on 12 January 2021
The staff are friendly and good banter, easy to get on with.
The only down side is that the job was zero hour contract, it's a dirty smelly job but you soon set that aside and just get on with what you need to do. I quite enjoyed the time I spent there, they provide all PPE.
Abattoir Worker in Stoke on Trent Upper Tean
on 23 November 2013
I was an interesting job, sure to open your eye to the food production chain.
This line of work is varied, from taking delivery of live birds to actually hanging them them up alive on a moving conveyor chain. It is hard, dirty and rather smelly, not many people could stomach such work, but they always say, where there's muck there's brass. The job was a zero hour contract, so when there were no orders coming in you had to live off previous wages, along with working a week in arrears. Not for everyone but I have been there and done just about every job apart from the killing of the birds, you need a special permit for that.
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It was more of a hands on trial than an interview, if your physically fit and healthy, got the stomach and stamina you'll fit right in.

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