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I applied and interviewed at this company and I definitely agree the interview process was very long, no regards to people’s time. I was scheduled and sat in the waiting room for more than an hour. Then I was interviewed by one person for about 20 minutes then had to completed several tasks that took 4 hours to complete. Waited another 45 minutes to speak to a woman manager that seemed she had something else better to do. Followed up in regards to the hiring process and was called back for a second interview 2-3 months later just to wait 1 1/2 hours to interview with the same woman and then had to wait another 30 minutes for her to get to her office for the interview. Never got an offer but if I did I would not have taken it. The workers looked miserable and the lack of regards to time was very disappointing only imagined how it would be to work there

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I am very proud to say that I work at American Products. We supply material to some of the largest retail companies and I am proud to be part of that. I like working with my coworkers, managers and owners.

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Many people in the office and warehouse have been with the company for many years.

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Employees are offered health, dental, vision and 401K. The insurance is expensive but most all insurance is expensive in this day and age. We also get paid vacations and paid holidays.

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Mismanagement due to excessive Micro-management due to Owner's complete lack of trust in the ability of their employees. This results in a lot of unrealistic work loads for employees that causes very long work hours. They have no grasp of reality and cannot relate to their employees. The benefits are below par. You never know what you will get when you arrive for the day. Most employees are really unhappy.

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I think they my have a hard time keeping people because the lack in training

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Ensure whatever company you decide to work for has a good reputation and long term opportunities. Do not waste time with companies that lack integrity, treat employees poorly, or have waivering morals. Read reviews and listen to your gut. It is usually right.

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Minimum of 45 hours a week is mandatory.
Hours are typically 7:50am-5:30pm with only a 30 minute lunch

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