Meat processing plants generally provide good working conditions and good wages.
Meat processing plants generally offer good training with a career structure. All of our young people are enrolled in Certificate II Meat Processing Work once they have completed their three months probation. When completed, they have the opportunity to enroll in Certificate III Meat Processing Work (boning) or Certificate III Meat Processing Work (slicing) or Certificate III Meat Processing Work (slaughtering).
Meat processing plants generally maintain a good professional relationship with their employees.
Generally speaking, our target group is accustomed to the slaughtering of wild animals for food, along with the accompanying sensations (sights, sounds, textures, and smells) involved in this sort of work. A number of them also have a historical connection to the pastoral (livestock) industry.