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You have to take a test that is mostly math even if your position doesn't require math at all. Practice logic and IQ tests. Just for fun. You'll never use it, but it prevents most people from getting hired.

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Everyone is unhappy and it is an extremely negative environment. The management and supervisors are the only people who get an adequate wage. Work gets harder every quarter and nobody says anything or prevents it. There are way too many meetings. The pay is very sad. Like retail worker sad. You will feel upset you got an education.

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For some, never, for others, the potential arises once a year. If you get one at all (which is about a 50% chance previously, but now you must go through an arbitrary certification program) it is about 2%, or $600.

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A little embarrassed and then relieved because nobody knows what it is even though it is located on Main Street in Oshkosh.

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I would fire all middle management after replacing them with experienced individuals with proven results. I would work toward meeting industry standards for pay, and as a result, enjoy employees who have the skills and drive to make DealerSocket good. Right now it's just recent graduates who wish they were dead.

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I dread getting out of bed in the morning and struggle to go to bed at night, knowing a fresh day will start.

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Crazy busy for the department I was in.

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Modest, high deductible healthcare plans. Modest bonus tied to personal performance and to a lesser extent, revenue. Modest 401k matching. Nice facilities in Irving, Freestyle soda machine, ping pong tables, X-Box, recharge rooms, huddle rooms, stand-up desks, exercise desks.

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Hold your employees accountable

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I worked an average of 10 hours a day.

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