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It takes 2-3 weeks. They have to run your finger prints and your background check has to come back.

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The environment really sucked. always hearing hours are going to get cut. No compassion for out side family life. But if that is what you like then go for it.

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Career Builder

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Training for beauty associates,Cashiers and sales clerks
training for Liquor Specialist and inventory
Marta Breeze for parking

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People were not honest and unproffessional from the managemet team to the employees

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The most stressful part about working at this location is getting to your job through the airport going through security everyday and then there's no Grace period Also the micro management, someone is always on your back continuously sometimes I even time how long you go use the bathroom and come back

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If i could give just a little bit of advice. would be to have a more flexible schedule to their employees. they shouldn't have to be available every single day of their life to the place, we work there we don't own the place. if i owned the place or ran the place if an employee needs one day of week off put them on a different day. and rotate weekends off. people do have a life out side of that place, there is no way a person should be available 7 days a week if they are part time.

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Didn't want to leave, i really liked my job. but since i needed one day a week off, they let me go, good riddens. if they can't accept the fact you have a life outside of their establishment, i don't need to work there, my family is first before any job. if they need to go to dr appointments then its my duty to take them, when my wife is disabled and can't drive.

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Replace upper management and but new people in

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