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Hours can be long

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Corporate management needs to put in the effort to really know what is going on at their facilities, not just take the GM's word for it. They also need to thoroughly investigate accusations, especially when the same accusation is made more than once. Fresno's facility is a total mess, from top to bottom. The GM shows favoritism to his family members (but they don't have the same last name) including one that pulled a gun at work. That employee did quit but only because Corporate put pressure on the GM. Managers frequently cuss out employees and treat them as ignorant children. They refuse to listen to the employees that know what they are doing. Some Leads sit around playing on their phones refusing to do certain jobs. I used to love my job, now I'm praying I can hold out for retirement or when the facility gets sued and the city shuts them down.

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None that you don't have to pay for

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Management will lie,on you to keep their job

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Most shifts are made to fit employees. So there are shifts to fit single parents, students, retired persons, and employees on disability. Work at home is an option but in my case working at home requires more hours than is acceptable to my disability.

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Pretty easy

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The start pay depending on location $9-10.50 but it's a revolving door. I wouldnt recommend putting the business first either.

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Yes there were people with drug felonies working there and one was actually busted stealing needles from a sharps container in the barroom.

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