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It would have to be something awfully bad .I am an easy going person and get along with everyone.

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I think it has great chance o# becoming even bigger than they are now.

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Work everyone to the bone and show no gratitude. The fact they are open on Thanksgiving essentially says it all. They say it's a family environment. Maybe dysfunctional. The only family that matters are the non employee ones that shop there. Work life balance is non existent.

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What about the servers / bussers in the restaurant ?

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There are no in house discounts on firearms. There are other programs for VIP pricing provided from the manufacturers for employees

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Typically 3 which is a lot for the associates making minimum or just over minimum wage. I had just one with the GM for a Gun Vault Lead and then transitioned to a Hunting dept lead.

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First, you interview with the HR manager, she is really friendly but a very busy person so it may take a while to get an interview. Then if you make it past her interview, you will be interviewed by the store manager, he is a bit more intimidating but he is a super good guy. His biggest concerns are efficiency and customer experience.

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Your shift would consist of 10 hours.

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Some positions but that is typically just the receiving clerk.

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The same as everyone else. All depends on your experience.

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