The Greeley-based company talks about this on its website. Here’s what it says:
“We recognize the enormous social responsibility of employing 65,000 people in the United States, Mexico and Australia. We are cognizant that behind every employee is a family, for whom the employee provides. We understand that in every city where we do business there is a community, to which we contribute.
“At JBS, we are committed to all of our employees, their families and communities. Our efforts are toward preserving jobs and enhancing our role in the community.”
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