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At Montgomeryville 3 shifts 1st, 2nd and 3rd. When the work load gets heavy you may be asked or even pressured to do 12 hours. If it gets busy sometimes Saturdays and Sundays become mandatory too. When I started in 2009 some people hadn`t had a day off in months. It could get difficult planning anything other then working.

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Usually the following week after offer letter has been received.

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Security was very high, no windows, only one way in and out of the production area. They also watch your break times like hawks. No much fresh air either. More like a jail.

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In Atlanta, since most people go through a temp service it can take anywhere from 3 months to years depending on where the company stands and how you are progressing with the company

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Poor company and/or relocation

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Really intimidating, you will find yourself working seven days a week for months on end if you work on the production floor.

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Horrible. takes half a year to build up 4 days off. no raise in vacation time. maybe have a week and a half worth of vacation for the whole year.

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Technical skills, language skills, availability, future career plan... The usual stuff.

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Yes. They the upper management do not give second chance on mistake, evethou you are still training. They are more on numbers than the employee.

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No issues - it is a good learning experience but most will find it frustrating and not well suited for having much of a life outside of work.

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