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We offer a year long training program to entry level hires. There are 4 phases that entry level employees work though in their first year. After they complete each phase of the training they do receive a raise and a bonus. Experienced level hires go through an abbreviated training program with is 6 months in length. After completion of each phase of the training and they are eligible for a bonus. We do offer other training programs throughout the year targeted at employees in various positions (Foreman, Leadman, Experienced and Entry Level). Those hired into a Foreman or Leadman position are typically trained on the job by a more experience Foreman or Leadman. In order to provide that training, some travel may be required during your first couple months of employment.

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For our construction positions the hiring process can take anywhere from 3 to 45 days. This would include interviews and a pre-employment exam. The time it takes to complete the pre-employment physical is usually a result of your medical history so we can confirm that candidates are physically able to perform the functions of the position. The majority (90%) are completed within 5 business days, it is an extreme case that could take up to 45 days.

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The interview process varies by position. However the standard rule of thumb is that you will interview with your immediate supervisor and the next level of management above them. For some corporate based positions you might also have to interview with other team members as well. Every candidate will follow the same interview process for the position.

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They do a urine test prior to employment

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If you're considering working there, cut everything positive they say in half, and double everything negative. All of the construction crew guys in my area are treated horribly by their crew foreman.

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We certainly are! There is an experienced position posted for that location currently. You can either walk into the office and fill out an application or apply online at www.mortonbuildings.com/careers/

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We are a 100% employee owned company and as a result, everyone is pulling in the same direction. Each Sales Consultant has an assigned territory that you are asked to cultivate. We spending quite a bit of money on lead generation and don't expect Sales Consultants to do much cold calling. We do ask you to do warm calls where you might stop by and visit with a previous customer to discuss potential needs. Previous customers are a great source of business for us as once they build one of our buildings they keep coming back!

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Get a canopy put over that lumberyard, it'll protect the workers and save a lot of wood.

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How efficient my cmms skills were

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