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VERY infrequently. I never heard of an employee receiving a raise.

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Vacation policy was typical, 15 PTO days a year. If you needed a day off you simply asked.

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Chalk it up to the managements inability to work as a cohesive group that was aware of all company policies and procedures. No local management with any authority, most are remote and you never see them.

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It is horribly disorganized.

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Sick leave was removed and some was added to PTO to be used as sick leave

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I work 12.5 hours a day. From 5am-530 PM. This rotates from week to week so that I work 4 days in one week and 3 in the next. I am salaried. So, I am expected to work through lunches and stay late with no comp time or possibility of recognition.

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Don't. It's a bad culture with caustic executives who show their loathing for "spoiled US workers" on a daily.

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The company is currently in a restructuring phase that will offshore even more assets. This leaves virtually no opportunities for US based workers to advance.

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This is a company that buys out others, outsources everything, doesn't even supply coffee for 24x7 datacenters. Their future should be limited but I expect they will continue. They will continue to have high turnover and very unhappy employees as long as the same mgmt is in place.

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Didn't experience it enough. I was transitioned as part of the Xerox buyout.

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