At Hormel Foods, our people are the driving force behind our innovation, improvement and success. We consider the tenure of our employees an important indicator of our overall success. We’re proud of our employee tenure numbers, because they tell us that Hormel Foods is not only a great place to work, but also a corporation that offers professional opportunities and challenges for employees to grow. In 2013 our turnover rate for all employees was 13.3 percent. Also, we are proud to report that 63 percent of our employees had five or more years of service, and our 32-person officer team has an average of 27 years of service.
85% of workers are paid by the hour and 15% are salaried.
1% of workers are part-time.
3% of workers are temporary.
About 28 percent of our employees are covered by collective bargaining agreements. We adhere to the National Labor Relations Act and respect the right of employees to choose whether or not they want to organize a collective bargaining unit. There are no operations in which the right to exercise freedom of association and collective bargaining may be at significant risk.
About 28% of workers are covered by collective bargaining agreements.
Hormel Foods employs an independent third-party analysis to statistically review pay information by gender, minority and age to ensure nondiscriminatory pay practices, of which none were found.
In 2013, there were zero incidents of discrimination. There were also no industrial disputes, strikes and/or lock-outs. Therefore, we did not lose any hours of working time.
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