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I would suggest having the president call and talk to the office managers of all the offices they have purchased. Ask them how it’s going. Ask them if they think Elite is living up to its promises. Ask them if they feel like their office is important to Elite. I think he would learn a lot if he called or went to any of the offices they have.

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Frustrated to the maximum! You will notice all good reviews are from 2016/2017. In addition, the good reviews are from the partners/owners. The are trying to "beef up" the reviews of a bad company.

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1-3 weeks. Telephone interview, personal interview.

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10 to 14 hours

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It varies based on tenure with the company, though most team members start with two weeks and go up from there as they grow with the company.

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Summarize your understanding and have them sign it.

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There is no consistency. The "rules" are fluid depending on the mood of the CED and RDO. There is no transparency. Changing this would increase employee satisfaction.

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They asked about my experience and what my career goals are. It was a very fun yet professional interview. The recruiting team was very honest and I think represented the company well.

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Needs a few improvements such as being more "employee first" and a better work-life balance.

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It depends on the location you work at, and department you work in.

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