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I applied twice , scheduled an interview online twice and both times interview was canceled, with no explanation, really unprofessional.

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If problems are reported for whatever reason management should investigate and talk with all parties involved before taking action. Treat employees like people and not just numbers.
Long standing , dependable and hardworking employees should not be treated worse than employees who slack or don’t show up at all .

The company should look into its so called managers and they will see management is more of the problem than the hard working employees who get no recognition. Most of the DM’s and possibly the company itself don’t care about their employees as much as they do about keeping their contract at site locations.
Honestly the employees are the ones that keep the specific site running not the district managers who pretend to care about their employees but don’t. (Hmc/Sjr)

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Depends on how much work there is. Sometimes you work 2 hours sometimes you work a full 8.

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Submitted resume online and within days had an email requesting a phone interview. Once I did the interview, I got a phone call the next day with a job offer in which I excepted. The company has moved pretty quickly with all the paper work etc. From first email to finishing all paperwork after being hired, it took about a week and a half.

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Well for one thing I would pay the employees what they deserve. They don't want to pay people to put their time and notes at all. If you drive 4 hours to a job then you get 25 cents a mile. Does that pay for gas, tires, oil, and what about your time? Also you should be on salary because they want you to do and do for them and they don't want you to put that time down so you get paid.
Second- answer the phone when someone has a problem and try to help them.
Third-Your apps suck-they do not work half the time and then you want to send hateful emails and it is on you and your apps not the employees

That is just to name a few things off the top of my head,

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It goes back 7 years through CareerBuilders

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You don't.

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The pay is Biweekly

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Get all new positive managers to make your company happy and productive.

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