If you are good at what you do, and an opportunity presents itself, you cannot advance. They(management) want you right where you are. If you are a temp. employee with the intention of going full time, management (corporate) waits 6 to 12 months before they start processing paper work to hire full time. If you want to take educational courses, or seminars, management is excellent about approving requests, as long as the subject matter relates to your work, which is common. If you think your going to get a good, and fair wage increase, and you have excellent attendance, and your productivity is consistently in excess of 90%. Think again, your not. If your insurance rate goes up to 1.5%, if you are lucky, you will receive a wage increase of 1.5%. So the longer you stay there, the less you will earn. This is a revolving door! This company seriously lacks employee retention.
good benefits, good shop employees