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I can learned anything you let me learn I will be a door open

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Because every tragedy is unique in both time and location, we strive to always be ready to respond to a family in need, 24/7/365. This unpredictability also means that we have on and off peak work schedules, which is why we cannot guarantee full time work hours on a weekly basis. Some weeks may require longer hours, while other weeks require fewer hours. This is also why we pay for overtime and offer holiday pay.

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Pay vacation time for the employees after 6 months

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Make part time available if no work is available all year if someone have a second job.

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We cultivate an atmosphere of camaraderie and respect because crime scene cleanup is unpredictable and challenging, both physically and emotionally. Our teams are the heart of our organization. It is their compassion and dedication that help lift the burden of cleanup from those who are grieving after tragedies.

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They ask if you can handle various situations and can be a bit descriptive. They want to know if you have the stomach for this because sometimes even if you think you can, when you see the aftermath of situations...it is hard for some.

They also ask of your availability to make sure you understand what type of schedule it is.

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No, have to just drive to shop-driving company vehicle.

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No it is not full time.

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Prior to our arrival at a trauma scene, the body of the deceased is removed by the coroner, funeral home or other official.

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Treat employees like humans and not robots.

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