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Most repetitive boring welding job around

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I was laid off due to lack of work yet they have been hiring supervisors ever since, now they won't event take me back as a mechanic, this after getting suspended for using my allowed pto

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Worked an 8 hour shift, two 15 minute breaks and 1 very short 30 minute lunch.

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Yes, they absolutely will hire someone with a felony conviction including, but not limited to, drug related offenses (possession, trafficking, intent to sell, etc..), theft, just to name a couple. I have been employed by GDIT for over three years now and my criminal record posed no problem at all during the hiring process. However, GDIT greatly lacks professionalism, to put it lightly. Poor management, high turnover rate, uneducated trainers/supervisors.. but hey, it pays the bills, man (barely). You are practically guaranteed a job during the open interview seasons.

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The culture at the time that I worked at General Dynamics Chesapeake,Virginia from 1997 to 2007 was work oriented

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Every 2 weeks

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I was contacted by a recruiter from GDIT regarding an Information Assurance position. After a few email exchanges and one phone call I was setup for an interview with a hiring manager on a Wednesday at 10:30am. Wednesday comes and I received no phone call. I contacted the recruiter around 10:45 by email and phone and I received no reply to both my phone call and my email. This was by far the most unprofessional recruiting contact I've ever experienced. I don't know if there was some mix-up or they just decided that they no longer wanted to interview me. Likely the latter. However, a simple email to say they would no longer be interviewing me would have been nice. After all you spend time researching a company, gathering your questions, and preparing for an interview. They completely wasted my time and showed a lack of regard for it with zero response.

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For the entry level Tier 1 position you can get hired in one day. For anything else it takes at least a month and a half to get any replies.

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The working hours are great it's based on your team performance. Your shift is determined on how well your team is performing when it comes to the ranking in the site and well as all other sites within the company.

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401k Medical, dependent reimbursement.

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