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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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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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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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Weekenders make the base hourly, which is around $30-33/hr depending on the brewery. You’ll “usually” get two 8hr shifts, especially during the busy summer season, with some opportunities to work a 12hr shift on occasion. In the slower winter months you might just get one 8hr shift or even no shifts if not much production is running and regulars want to work the overtime. Some breweries stay much busier throughout the year than others. There is no guaranteed minimum hours for a weekender. For weekenders there are six available shifts on the weekends... beginning Friday night at 11p-7am Saturday morning, then 7a-3p Sat, 3p-11p Sat, 11p-7a Sunday morning, 7a-3p Sun, 3p-11p Sun. If you work a 12 hr shift it’s either a “4 early” meaning 4 hours before the start time I posted, or “4 over” which is 4 hours after the end times I posted - essentially you’ll either come in 4 hours before your normal 8 hour shift or leaving 4 hours after your normal 8 hour shift.

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Hair test in 2018...

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