AFFCO NZ LTD
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I was the pay roll admin at AFFCO. The training was not very good the work space was in the staff break area and there was no privacy to discuss pay issues with the staff. The plant manager was disrespectful and swore at staff as well as myself. I would not send anyone I know to work there.The workers were great people and I really enjoyed that side of the job.

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Parking

Cons

Plant Manager and Head office staff not enjoyable to work with
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productive and fun work place

I liked working there, my supervisors were nice and understanding. most enjoyable part of my job was learning new skills, talking to people and being able to work with my sister.

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knowing alot of people.
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Nice workplace

A nice place to work, with friendly, approachable executive team. I gained various skills in various departments. Staff were rewarded with weekly perks such as Friday drinks. chocolate Fridays.
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