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They do not value loyalty, integrity, dedicated employees. Micromanaging is too much.

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37.5 and some overtime if you want

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Management, including main supervisor should look and consider other factors before disciplinary action as there many employees who are loyal; adapt to a schedule that's always changing, management changing often, posses integrity.

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Online video Interview:
Questions:
What do you know about Amica?
Describe a difficult situation
What are you looking for in your new role?
Are you willing to work weekends-come in early/late?
Why are you a good fit for this position?
What would your supervisor say about you?
Best customer service moment
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I knew what to expect and kept open communication.

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There are 40 offices countrywide. If you request to stay on the east coast, good chance of an assignment east of the Mississippi. Not a good chance of staying in RI though.

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Through temp agency

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No. I was never asked to complete a drug test while at Amica. I do not believe there is ever a reason that Amica would process a drug test.

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Really depends on what branch you work in. Some branches have managers/supervisors who sincerely care about their employees and are great coaches. Unfortunately there are also branches with managers who have poor people skills and spend most of their day in their office.

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All over the country, wherever they are needed most.

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