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Very busy selling lots of cars, mgt good to employees

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I am a transporter. ( truck driver) The lack of a schedule I can count on is very frustrating. Turnover is high because to many in management positions have little to no experience in trucking and it shows in their scheduling. Money is good but means little when promises made at time of hire are not kept. Don’t believe the 4 day work week hype.

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They have mostly manual but have recently added some automatics

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Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Stocks

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I work 8-9 hours per day.

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1,500 off must be employed 6 months for discount

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I was not hired with a felony even though the charges were false allegations by my ex-fiance. I was asked, and explained to, an HR rep that I was not the first person she had done this to. I also explained the night I broke the engagement off, she told me she was going to ruin my life and make the allegations. Unfortunately, I didn't have funds to go to trial. Now stuck with this, Carvana as well, would not give the chance to prove my worth and who I really am...So NO, Carvana will NOT give you a chance if you have a conviction.

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Spent thoughtful time applying for the HR Generalist position and creating a great cover letter, and they completely blew me off saying, they're "going to go with another candidate. "
To be fair, they didn't even give me a chance. I have not one, but TWO national HR certifications [PHR, SHRM-CP], and over 10 years of experience in running a successful business. I've worked the last five years as a Tax Auditor [Compliance Officer] for the State Workforce Commission.
Who would know more about Employment Law and payroll than a Compliance Officer with the very agency that enforces it all?

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Don't get sick. Ever.

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They’re beyond repair. No point

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