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Absolutely a horrible company to work for. Know people that had almost 30 years in that were finally able to escape!

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No bonus, no commission, however a $25 Christmas gift.

Technician 1: daily completes 8 forklift services, receives 2 dispatched service calls, completes 2 PDI’s, Physically exhausted.

Technician 2: completed 1 forklift service, sits down most of the day, unproductive and inefficient.

Outcome: both technicians get paid the same

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Value hard work, reward effort and results with compensation, and treat your employees with respect.

Don’t play chess with your employees when the employees have only a few pieces on the board.

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First shift mostly starts at: 6:00 am - 3:10 pm

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The only felons they hire wear ties and pretend to manage.

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Hours are long, sometimes working weekends as well. They hire you low, therefore your 20 hours of overtime per paycheck does not dent their budget.

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Urinalysis and physical performed by the company physician, including eye and hearing tests.

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The male dominate atmosphere and fast pace.

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I worked with the Management team to interview for 4 months while they vested me and verified that I was the right person for the team.

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There is a tenancy in the company to keep the staff very thin to eliminate the corporate world of having someone hide in the background, and not work. The problem is that they tend to have people very overworked.

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