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Step down and let some one else run the company that has actually worked at one if not many of the plants he oversees.

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It depends on the job you are applying for. For simplicity I will classify into 3 levels.

Level 1: This is any type of production position; Most of the time it is just a simple and laid back one-time interview with Production Manager and/or Area Coordinator. Can sometimes involve going out on the floor to witness the job first hand. Sometimes Level 1 requires an initial phone screen but only if there are a high volume of applicants.

Level 2: This is more office/clerical positions. (Possibly Area Coordinators or Team Leads but those are rarely ever hired in they are mostly just promoted from within) There will most likely be 2-3 interviews for a Level 2 position. The first being a phone interview and the second being on site with any supervisors or team members the position may deal with. There could also be an additional follow-up interview but that is not common.

Level 3: This is for any higher up type position. This interview process is very drawn out and meticulous. Minimum of 2-3 interviews with no definite maximum. LOTS of questions about your past experience and expertise. And for good reason, these jobs cannot be given out to just anyone. The hiring manager needs t know that the applicant they select is qualified and will benefit the company.

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Im gonna say about 4 to 6 weeks

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The same week as your interview.

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You submit your application and to get an interview, you must be persistent and call back to check on your application weekly. After you receive confirmation for an interview, usually the interview is about an hour and you will know whether you have the job or not within the next couple of hours.

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How long is the typical shift for sales? are you open to close (9 to 7 through the week)??

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I currently work 7:00 - 3:30 and I love my hours! I enjoy going in every morning and getting to see and talk to all the team members. I love the atmosphere of the plant I work at.

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It depends on the location. Where I work, we only have a day shift from 7-3:30 with some overtime. We only have to work on Saturday about once a month.

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Yes, 4 doctor visits per year are excused and may be used for self, spouse, or child.

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All the jobs offered are 40+ hrs a week.

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