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This is dependent on your department and position. Assembly, Logistics, Sales, Engineering, Quality Control, Accounting, and Technical Support are a few of our many departments. Each one has its own schedules, projects, responsibilities, work flow, and customer-related traffic. Some days are busier than others depending on the functions of your job and the role it plays within the daily operations of the company.

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FSL offers hourly positions from either 8am-5pm or 9am-6pm (both of which include a 1 hr unpaid lunch) as well as salaried positions that are typically 9-6, but can be different depending on if you are a manager or your job requires more time - as a salary position normally might. After your 90 day probation, the only mandatory days off are paid Holidays. If you are still within your 90 days during one of those Holidays, you do not get paid for those Holiday hours, but you do still get to enjoy the time off no matter your pay type.

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Actually, everyone gets 10 days of PTO every year, this can be used for sick time or vacation.

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Trending in the right direction, we are growing and growing pains are to be expected but the management takes growth seriously and is constantly working towards improving both the employee and customer experience

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After your 90 day probation has ended, you will start accruing PTO which can be used towards vacations and sick time. FSL offers each employee 10 total days of PTO which is accrued over the course of each bi-weekly pay period. If you are needing time off while still in your 90 day probation or you have used all of your accrued PTO, it is at the discretion of your manager to approve you for that time off.

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Pretty casual, showcasing your skill set, answering typical interview questions. nothing unusual.

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