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Depends on your position and location. Production personnel in my market work typically 8 am -5 pm wit ha 1 hour lunch Monday through Friday, with admins and delivery having roughly the same hours. Managers may work a few hours more. Service techs can expect similar hours but may get overtime due to drive time and length of repairs.

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Too laid back. Everyone else were really cool its just the manager made the company look really bad.

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Between 30 - 40

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At first it was ok. But after being employed at ARC in Costa Mesa I could not wait to leave that company and the horrible management. So no, I would not feel good about telling people I worked there.

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Absolute zero. Health insurance is through the roof, decent coverage at best and company pays shamefully tiny percentage, especially for those with families. I think there may actually be some kind of 401K, but certainly not worth the agony of working here.

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It can be super busy one second and then dead for hours. Work days went really slow at least at the Bellevue store. Seattle is face paced all day much better

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Yes, they do all drug testing

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Too many to get into. Hard to say what this company is actually doing or trying to accomplish, besides misleading their clients and employing people under indentured servitude conditions. Also, a strongly sales-driven company, and in the worst possible way. Like, you can only make any money if you sell, sell, sell and income/company budget is derived from these figures (ummmm not a good idea, ARC), so employees in other areas are very poorly compensated, and are left, fiscally and otherwise, to compensate for the errors and frequent underperformance of this department.

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