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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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There was a hiring freeze when I first started, as long as you showed up everyday and did your job and your quality was good you could get hired easily in 3 months

Answered - Crew member production (Former Employee) - Shelbyville, KY

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I was a temporary for over a year due to company on hiring freeze once that was lifted i was hired just do as your asked and do the job in the safest way but the most productive way to meet quality standards

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Shelbyville, KY

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About Two Weeks Backround Checks Drug Screenings, Academic and physical tests and practices.

Answered - COS Unloader (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL

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It all depends on when the next new hire class begins. Could be a week, could be a month. You are brought in for a simple typing test and then a one on one interview. If hired you do have extensive training from 8 to 5 for one month. I can say that the training they provide is great. In training you learn the basics of how to use the system and are trained on what each alarm means. It is on the floor where you truly learn the most. You count on your peers and fellow employees to learn how to handle real life experiences. When I first started there was an assist line that you could call when you had a question and a manager helped you out. For some unknown reason, they got rid of the assist line and now, just throw the new hires to the wolves

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The process took four months from application to hire date.
Telephone interview, personal interview - twice, job offer, letter of acceptance, drug test, start date confirmed.

Answered - Dispute/Collection Coordinator (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI

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One week then your off

Answered - Lead Quality Technician (Current Employee) - Sycamore, IL

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It takes a total of 90 days to become a permanent employee .. work your 90 days out with out being late or absent while employed there and you will have no problems with your hiring package..

Answered - Shipping Coordinator (Former Employee) - West Point, GA

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It takes about 90 days and their very strict about calling in. You have to have a certain amount of hours to get hired or you will get fired.

Answered - Johnson control (Former Employee) - Battle Creek, MI

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It only took 1 day after the interview to find out that I had the position.

Answered - Accounting Coordinator (Former Employee) - Milwaukee, WI

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