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Suppose to give you annual review but management always are late or they nip pick to not give you a raise or they try to low ball your raise.

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Stressful but fun

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Full Benefits though you do pay for them

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Micro managers. Unreasonable agreements with their customers in which they expect their employees to deliver.

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The interview process is intimidating at first, since is conducted by a panel of managers and supervisors.

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$9.25 but when I asked if they were going to hire me and buy out my contact they raised it to $10.50

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-Hire more employees to ease the workload on all departments overall.
-Compensate their employees with fewer cups and notebook gifts, and grant more bonuses throughout the year instead of the single Christmas bonus. Employees have enough of these generic gifts, the extra money helps with their daily lives in the economy we live in.
-Encourage forward thinking from the employees who are in the thick of the work, instead of making decisions from the top down where the view of the desk-struggle is restricted.
-Train managers and supervisors for the positions they are going for, instead of placing them into positions that they have no experience in and expecting them to learn as they go.

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More pay. Felt that I was doing mundane work over and over again, got very burnt out, very quickly.

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About a month to six weeks, depending on different managers availability.

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