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Biweekly on fridays

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We have 10 locations across the United States and some states have different requirements than others. AccuFleet adjusts the Vacation policy to meet state requirements. As a general rule, employees earn vacation after one year of employment and the longer you work here, the more time you earn. Some locations earn Paid Time Off, which accrues differently than vacation.

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Full time employees are eligible for paid time off, paid training, paid uniforms, holiday pay, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, 401K, may be eligible for cell phone discounts (carrier restrictions apply). Ask HR or your local manager what benefits you are eligible for.

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AccuFleet follows the law and the requirements for badging at each airport we service. The guidelines are set by the government and the airport authorities. Those are the standards AccuFleet follows. You can check the TSA disqualifying offenses online to determine your eligibility to work at any airport.

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It mostly depends on how long it takes to get approval from the airport to get a badge. If the applicant provides all documents needed right away, provided there are not background issues, usually takes 2-3 weeks for airport approval.

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9.25 a hour

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All employees get annual reviews at the end of each year. Raises are based on performance, attendance, safety, work ethics. Raises are fair since you set the standard for your own performance.

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We are a vendor on the airfield, that means the Airlines we have contracts with, are our customers, not our employers. We are not an airline, therefore we do not have flight benefits to offer to our employees.

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I love my job. I learn new things almost on a daily basis and I do my best to do my job well. I have great leadership guiding me through my work and I enjoy coming to work.

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I think the future is looking very bright for AccuFleet. I have been here 7 years and have been promoted 3 times. I've put in the work and have shown I am a good worker. AccuFleet recognizes hard work and rewards it. That's why we are growing so fast, because we hire the best and we encourage our employees to grow with us.

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