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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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You get rotating holidays. If you choose Thanksgiving then you work Christmas and vice versa. However, there are select individuals "brown nosers" that are allowed to get both. One year I worked both holidays and closed by myself on xmas. They did this to me because I was listed as a part-time employee so I wouldn't receive extra pay for working the holiday. The other holidays through out the year are not relevant, meaning no negotiations on who gets it off. Typically you have to ask for time off on a first come-first serve basis.


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As an intern, I was not given any benefits.


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F you are benefits-eligible based upon the Health and Welfare Benefit Plan rules, you will enjoy the following benefits:

Prescription Drug
Tobacco Cessation Program
Employee Assistance Program
Long-term Disability
Life Insurance
Accidental Death and Dismemberment
Flexible Spending Accounts
Health Savings Accounts
Financial Benefits
(Full-Time and Part-Time Employees)
Retirement Savings Plan
Profit Sharing
Additional Benefits and Rewards
(Full-Time and Part-Time Employees)
Adoption Assistance (Full-time only)
Employee Discounts
Employee Referral Rewards
Service Award Program
Vehicle Rental and Purchase Discounts
Paid Time Off
Take some time to enjoy life. You’ll earn paid days off, depending on your tenure and status.

Holidays (Full-time only)
Vacation (Full-time only)
Choice Time/Personal Days (Full-time and Part-time)
Short-Term Disability (Full-time only)
Paid Leaves - Maternity, Adoption, Paternity (Full-time and Part-time)


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Yes! First year one paid day per month for the first 7 your also given 5 unpaid days after your probation ... yearly 17 paid days off


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Not unless you have a college degree which is required to further your career past the 10 dollar an hour drull.


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