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I took the test early March, about 5 different sections. I haven’t heard anything back yet, but I see the posting still up

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I hope that they look at my application and resume, because I seek better employment im a hard working person that would enjoy working there .

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They hired me as a temp. I was expecting training and after 2 weeks no mpre hours. All they kept saying was sales are low and I never had another shift! Even the managers couldn't explain to me what had happened. Basically it was a temp 2.week check to see if I could do the work...ok oh well!

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The hours doesn't matter to me, as longest im servicing the customer what they need to fulfill the orders that hopefully will come my way.

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Easy - but good luck getting hired or paid in a relatively quick manner. Paper work takes forever to go through.

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Long work hours, more work expected with less people to do it.
Management only cares about themselves and their personal objectives with no concern for the people that work for them.

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Two to three weeks between each interview. I was hired during the holiday season tho, so it took a little more time.

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No but you must like what you do to be truely happy

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Took about a 27 days for me

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A lot of people problem solving questions and safety related questions. They ask you to give examples of your past experiences and they want a lot of details. If they ask a lot of the same questions it's because you're not giving them the answers they want.

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