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They were great. I worked a lot of overtime so it was a great place to work.

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Very short...very misleading...and they are very judgemental. Will not give a hard worker....loyal worker...the time if the day.

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Give the office people the flexible hours to work. Trust them. Working from home option is so important for parents who have young kids. If kids are sick or school is closed, It is so hard that struggle with PTO. You give the convenience to your employees, they will give the convenience back to the company.

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Granted I've been miserable here off and on over the course of the last three years for a variety of reasons, but I've gotten to where I dread going in because I know there is going to be something leftover from the previous shift that has been done wrong or not done at all. I've never had anxiety attacks until I started working in this department. My stress levels are through the roof. Not because the job is hard, but because the job is so easy and yet people still screw things up and nothing actually gets done about it.

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That was ok

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You have to fill out an application and then take the work keys test then wait to get a phone interview then the face to face interview then they have to wait on all references to respond so it depends on how long the references take to answer back to how long it takes to get in the door.

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Depends on the shift you take. Typically it's five 8 hour days or four 10 hour days. Overtime is sometimes available BUT don't rely on it.

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This policy actually just changed not too long ago. You now only get your raises once a year at your annual review. The raise depends on the department, but should depend on your attendance, performance, quality of work, and production rate.

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I received an offer 4 days after the interview

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You cannot typically transfer until you have been with the company for a year (although I know of two instances where the transfers happened short of a year). But yes, you would not lose pay for transferring to a different location/position.

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