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Depends on the position you are looking for. i personally worked as a temp for over a year before i was actually hired. Others worked only a few days and got hired, some have worked for years and never got hired

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8:00am to 5:00pm

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As a truck driver you will never advance and move up. They allow other drivers from different Foodlion DC's to transfer and place in front of you on the delivery bid list if they have more seniority within the company. It's not fair to the original drivers in in those DC'S...

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When working there I felt like I was at a kindergarten school. Rules don't apply to "favorites", most of the management there was a joke. No teamwork felt like a number not a person. The pay is low and raises are a rarity for just about everybody. You can go to management if you have a problem but it doesn't do you any good. A lot of bad attitude with employees I'm glad I'm out of there after 6 years

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Make sure you finish your work on-time, so your not forced or coerced into staying past your time, removing time from your future work days.

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Are you able to lift 25 to 50 pounds, experince with riding a jack, working over 8hrs.

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The customers loved to test your patience

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Yes they do, but I am unaware of the benefits.

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Sinking ship for the company as a whole. Company wants operations done cheapest to maximize profits and compete with Amazon and Walmart

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