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Interview with the recruiter. Invited to second interview with Area Manager. Sometimes invited to third interview with regional manager if there is a need. They check your background. The branch you apply for may be in an area that has a need, unless you are hired in specific outlying territory. Be aware that working in outlying territories may stunt your potential fast-track. Conversely, working in an outlying area may shield you from scrutiny (big fish in a small pond vs small fish in a big pond).

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For service agent I was only given a background check. No drug test.

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To start out, it's all work and no life. But if you work hard and push through, within 18 months of thankless customer service and sales, you can make it to branch manager (I did) which allows a flexible schedule and a company car. The people who are saying there is little room for advancement here weren't successful because they either couldn't sell (it is a sales position) or they didn't have the chops to stick it out. As a branch manager, I work Monday to Friday, 7am to 6pm and the occasional Saturday from 8 to 12. It's a fantastic place to work if you are determined and willing to put in the effort. If you're lazy or entitled, you'll be miserable. I have a wife and son and I get plenty of time with my family, but I had to work hard for 18 months to get there.

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I believe at the airport you can

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Desktops are fine...laptops also...but with laptops you would have to use an additional keyboard...per talent acquisition specialist

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Pay more money, give managers more training,

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It’s my forever job!

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Yes. For the past 25 years. Its getting old

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Work from home customer service reps don’t earn commission, but can receive bonuses for their metrics, as well as their team’s metrics.

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