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This means observing quiet hours, cleaning up after yourself in the mess hall and living quarters, respecting other people’s property, and all the other little things that foster a healthy, cooperative working and living environment. While we do not require any specific processing-related skills, we do need individuals who can learn quickly and who are willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done.In short, Leader Creek Fisheries is looking for individuals who have a positive attitude, who work hard, and who do good work in the company of others. First and foremost it’s the money, and the key to making money is OVERTIME.The blue room was reserved for the superintendent, the office workers, crew supervisors, and the occasional fish buyer or other VIPs.But, I remember wandering beyond the blue room and into the main hall where the cannery crew ate.Don’t feel bad if you didn’t — it’s likely the teens don’t realize it themselves.In fact, according to a new survey of high school students, Juneau teens are more apt to think the reverse is true.
At the same time, 51 percent thought their peers were hooking up occasionally, and 25 percent thought their peers were hooking up frequently.“The perception is that that’s a fairly common practice in their schools,” she said.If you possess these qualities, then we are looking for you! The average employee can expect to work 12 to 16 hours a day, seven days per week through the peak of our season.This means the average person works approximately 100 hours per week during peak, which generally lasts 2 – 3 weeks.A cannery worker’s day began and ended with the welcomed smells of the messhall.A monotonous, usually wet, and strenuous day of cleaning guts and canning salmon commenced with a 7 am breakfast, at which workers gobbled down eggs, bacon, sausage, toast, pancakes, coffee.