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I have worked for Burlington off and on in seasonal positions for about 6 years working in receiving. It's very fast-paced and the pay is really low. $9 per hour and work starts at 6am. They have a "number" of boxes they need to unpack and put out and some days you have 5 people and some days you have 2 people. People call in sick all the time and turnover is really high. That 5:00 alarm comes early and you're not going in to sit at a desk, you're going in to lift 30 - 40 pound boxes of shoes, open 200 - 250 boxes of stuff and put it out on the sales floor.

I think the worst part is that they start at 6am, but you don't get a break until 9:30 and man... after an hour of opening boxes as fast as you can... you could use a break of just 5 minutes to catch your breath, but then you go out to the sales floor and open MORE boxes of stuff and by the time 9:30 hits... you're running out of gas.

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Como es el trato de empleo en Puerto Rico
Voy a Santa Rosa y no veo personal y si es así escasos en BAYAMON PR

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I got a call and a text saying my interview was at 3. I went in and this man spoke to me and the interview maybe lasted less than 10 minutes. He only asked me what I did in my previous job and then he proceeded to tell me about the policies, pay, uniform, departments, etc. it was sososo quick and then just told me I would get background checked and then most likely be hired since I had experience. That was it 😇

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Treat people better communicate ! Appreciate employees build them up respect!

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The best thing i ever did i dont ever want to walk in a Burlington again worst mistake i ever did,when yor supervisors are leaving thats a problem,management was the worst ive ever seen,we could not talk to each other,eat with each other it was like a prison

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I've been a cashier for 2 1/2 years @ $12.00 an hour now.

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Part timers have to request a vacation day which is not paid, and you still may not get it. So keep that in mind.

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Not since I've been there. 2 1/2 years!

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It depended on what area I was in. If I was on the floor the whole shift cleaning up after people it went by really slow. Working the register usually went by faster.

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