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Yes - and if you are arrested on drug or alcohol charges during your employment you might be fired (it depends on your position).

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Maybe depend on location

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Honesty asking question about the job you have to perform. Time, attendance,attention to detail
and customer appreciation

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Healthcare not available to part-timers. Rest of benefit package is really good: 401K, vacation, personal days, holidays paid, mileage reimbursement.

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They give you an outfit and no jewelry should be showing except light piercings

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No. Not at all.

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Sales positions have nothing to do with production.

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Company failed to deliver on rebate contract obligations to c-stores, so customers always mad at sales person because in their minds you are the company. Lack of support from manager to get problems straightened out. Unrealistic sales expectations - mathematically impossible to achieve with stores in territory. Constantly, just one negative after another.

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Very professionally handled, I think by a third party HR company until last interview with my manager. I was hired over the phone and didn't meet my manager until my first day. I was impressed with the process. Whole thing took about a month with background check, drug test, and phone interviews.

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Yes! An SUV would be perfect. A lot of merchandising displays, box tops, brochures and coolers required to be on hand every day.

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