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This is a commission job. The interviewer was sitting in a chair expressing personal views. It's not a normal job or interview.

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The company is run in a very efficient way. I really don't have anything I could add. I saw it go through some tough times and the crisis was handled very well.

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28 day rotating shift. 12 hour shifts of days and nights. Work 4 nights starting on a Thursday, get off Monday morning. Work 3 days starting on a Thursday, get off Saturday evening. Work 3 nights starting on a Monday, get off Thursday morning. Work 4 days starting on a Sunday, get off Wednesday evening for 7 straight days off. Then start it all over again. Basically working half of a year if you do the math.

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The company provides full health care benefits with vision and dental. 401K, yearly bonus (AIP), Appliance loans (payroll debuted) etc.

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I like going to work but it was too may chiefs and not enough Indians

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It is typically not a stressful environment, but it can become stressful in a work/life balance shifts when major projects come due or unplanned issues arise

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I think once they get rid of the virus they have there, things will be better.

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The dress code was business casual. It was really strict at first but later became horrible.

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Be upfront with your manager. If you see/hear of issues in your department, take them and address them right away.

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