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11.50 an hour

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10 or 11 hours on average, sometimes more. Terrible work/life balance here. You cannot really have a life outside this job because the hours are too demanding. Plus you have to do closing and opening shifts back to back several times a week. Overall this job isn't really worth the stress and hassle and exceedingly long hours.

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Basically anybody who walks in off the street can be hired here. The company doesn't screen candidates very well. If you have a pulse and a heartbeat, you can get hired here at this company. They have very loose hiring standards and a lot of really unprofessional people end up getting hired. Basically, because there aren't proper screening channels in place.

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No raises as were promised to us. Not yet at least. Very disappointed in the dishonesty.

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They are slowly but surely loosening the rules on appearance. in four years of being here, they have just allowed us to start showing tattoos starting this past july 2017

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Every weekend once you're first hired. Then maybe if you're lucky you might end up getting one Saturday and one Sunday off per month. Don't expect anything more than that.

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No. Nothing under 25 hours gets benefits.

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How many hours you get when you working in the distribution center in Batavia Il

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The shirt they provide and whatever bottom

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Honestly it depends on how old your felony is. For example, my felony (not theft) is 12 years old. And my background check came back clear. So don't hesitate to apply because you have a felony on record. I was hired on as a manager trainee, and I've been extremely successful and productive since the day I walked on.

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