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Detailed testing

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Ford TPT contracts sucks worse than Trump. Never thought i see anything worse than him. But the sad part is they claim to be brothers. Yet they sold eachother and new hire plus TPT out.

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Professional, timely the interviewers I had were friendly and made you feel at ease. the questions asked pretty much directly related to my most recent job. Be honest upfront and refer back to previous work experiences. [ Not saying it was easy put the time in to prepare.]

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Wonderful flex time options.

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I had a two and a half hour drive and took a leave of absence.

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I always enjoyed working

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Expect to move around your life to work there. No exceptions to the rule it's based mostly on seniority

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Last yr I took the test in March, got the letter I passed in June and was called for my drug test in October. It can take awhile. Just be very patient.

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Passed physical, & drug test. Been waiting for over three months to be called to work. Was told I'm basically how'd but just waiting for a call date ... taking forever in Lou

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Health insurance, tespe, paid time off, yearly bonuses, free classes for you personal growth. pay for schooling, not including many discounts that come with being an employee. A-plan, or B-plan when ready to purchase a vehicle for yourself or someone close to you and receive a decent discount on your new vehicle.

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