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It's a 40 hour work week BUT they amount of work you are expected to do within those 40 hours is unrealistic. Sometimes you will work those 40 hours in 3 1/2 days sometimes it will be spread out over 6 days. True you may have a 4 day weekend but your typically so stressed out about all the work that is waiting for you that it's hard to enjoy the time off. Busy times are from late august to early June Of course there are other positions that are only 9-5. Those are a different story.

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Most likely because I either found a career or because they decided to let me go. They are an at will organization. You can be let go for any reason or for none at all

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Nine weeks working with campers, one week of training. Ten weeks in total.

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Positive, no pressure.

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Listen to your employees and their concerns. Hold management accountable for mistakes and enforce policy for everybody not just those who are "on their way out"

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I never left, I am still with them volunteering.

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403, health, vision, dental, TASC

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Be yourself, show the camp director who you are and what you believe in.

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