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Promoted and demoted due to store closures 4x
When a center is not meeting revenue corporate will shut it down and move you with no other option than demotion and decrease in pay

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Very corporate orientated. There is no loyalty with ANY employees. If you remember that you are only a number and not become attached you will do fair.

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Any update as to when they drug test and what test they use?

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We were paid every other week at the time i'm not sure what their pay schedule is now.

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When you get hired on the job.

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Wages depend on place of hire and how well revenue is

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Absolutely, I learned a lot, gained experience in several areas and met some wonderful people along the way.

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Describe a situation that was difficult to handle?
Explain cash Handling experience?
Why do you want to work for Advance America?
Are you at times okay to work alone?

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Yes. Business Professional. No denim, enclosed shoes (no sandals or open toed) - men are required to wear collar shirts - no visible tattoes or body piercings - no logo shirts except for ones approved by Advance America

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You dont get paid for holidays until you do the specified timeframe on the job. Make sure you bring this before you go in thinking
The holidays are paid time off.

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