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Pace is terrible. Way to many work hours per day and pay scale is insulting. Relocation to another state is a must. Shame!

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Depending on the schedule, it could be busy or slow , but all employees should do " side work " during these down times , example clean restock etc, not use it as a chance to watch a movie on their cell phone

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Over worked. No time to take breaks. Every minute of time is accounted for. There is no area in the time sheets for break time. Time limits are given for every task. Not enough time is allowed to complete all expected tasks. Breaks are required to be included within the time of the expected tasks. Employees are leaving not because of salary but because of stress and impossible time measurements for every minute of their day and for every minute for each task they complete.

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Constant, consuming, ridiculous, overbearing, frustrating, unrealistic, stressful

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The pace of work is off and on depending on your job title. The pace is so unpredictable due to poor delegation of duties given not making sure they are given to match the employees job description. You could be a clerk doing a job that someone else in the office is getting paid more money to do but you're doing the work and they're not.

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Nepotism to the max

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Florida

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Horrible. Slammed with cases with zero support. Unreasonable expectations

Answered - CPI (Former Employee) - Fort Myers, FL

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All that is cared about is numbers. The expectation is unreal, the workload is unmanageable, the pay is tremendously low for the amount of work expected each day. God forbid you or your child gets sick. You will never be able to get on top again. Terrible management right through to the top. As a worker you will find that you don't matter. Excellent benefits but no raise in at least 15 yrs and none coming even though they will sell you the story that they are working on it.

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Nonstop, grinding, heartbreaking, and unappreciated.

Answered - Child Protective Investigator (Current Employee) - South Florids

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Fast. You are required to answer 65 calls a day and maybe help 20 people.

Answered - Economic Self Sufficiency Specialist (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL

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