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They have most of the standard benefits but they're expensive and cover very little. Affordable for the individual worker but unaffordable for a family plan. Most benefits they offer upon hire eventually get taken away

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Don't plan on working OT. Only during the busiest times of year (summer only) can you expect decent weekly hours but they will rearrange your schedule or give you an unexpected day off to keep you from getting 40 hours a week. The only OT you will get is when the majority of field staff in your state quits due to the horrible treatment you will receive from this company.

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Be a detailed oriented, hard worker

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There is an annual review of performance for the past two years. No guarantees for a raise but if you do get one expect 0.25 - 0.50 cents per hour. Managers are told to look for reasons to not give raises

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Embarrassed. This company is an industry laughing stock.

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You get no sick days per year out in the field. You get a paid day off on Thanksgiving and Xmas, only. You are given two 8 hour "personal holiday pay" days which you can use any day of the year but do not rollover into the next year. You do accrue PTO hours based off your on-site time but have to put in two weeks notice to use it. In an emergency, say your kid is sick, you may be given a day off but you won't be allowed to use your PTO to make up for the lost hours. Used to be able to rollover your PTO into the next year but a recent change has taken that away. All of the previous years' PTO has to be used by March of the next year or you will lose it.

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Sit around for most of the year begging for hours then in the summer they want to run you into the ground

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Four to six on average

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Pending your experience

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This company will provide and pay for the training and courses while you are employed. They will also provide the sponsorship requirements.

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