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Get a better benefit package insurance sucks vacation time and sick days are the same thing

Answered August 18, 2019

Dont do it. Managers falsify company metrics to meet their goals and they also lie about completed work orders. Safety is expensive so if they cant get a Safety Manager in the contract they expect the site Supervisor to do all the work. They are always trying to get more out of you for less. They expect you to work on your vacations and also be available 24/7 in case someone hurts themselves the site Supervisor needs to drive them to and from the hospital. It doesn't matter what time of day it is either. Overall it's a horrible place to work and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

Answered May 26, 2019

I submitted a resume for employment and I would like a reply I have experience and have worked in Iraq and Afghanistan plus Guam and wake island

Answered September 25, 2017

Vacation is earned and they expect you to be available and work sometimes on your vacation. Not a good place to work!

Answered May 26, 2019

Underpaid for more work (~$15/hr to deliver 50+packages over 50mi including HAZMAT, radioactive, medical supplies, CASREPS, and High Priority material. No safety program in place. No official licensing, only licensed to operate forklifts/HE from within. Doesn't listen to employees who deal with the stress. SCA contract restricts raises to the job position(pay is based on the cost of living). No job performance reviews to assess and detect weaknesses in company/employees who take more breaks, don't put much effort into their job position, older personnel management rolling their responsibility down the chain instead of working with them to grow skillset. Need updated equipment or readily available supplies(i.e. shrinkwrap, shrouds, ear protection, keyboards, workstations, breakroom). No incentives to stay.

Answered July 13, 2019

No pier dem for food. Driving back and forth to work everyday takes almost 1 hour there and 1 hour home which is not included on the 12 hour work day

Answered September 30, 2019

If you receive a job offer, they will perform a drug test and rigorous background check. They had verified my last three jobs, education, and check whether I was in the national criminal and sex offender database. Altogether, the procedure took almost a month.

Answered May 27, 2019

8 hours a day only i worked 11 to 7 am

Answered February 11, 2019

Submit your resume, maybe get a phone interview in one to two weeks, submit more supporting documents as requested and then never hear from them again after that. Not even responsive to emails from the hiring managers....

Answered April 24, 2020
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