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Their pay is low for the industry, management is a bit chaotic, and work-life balance doesn't exist.

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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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Just depends on the person u are

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For Tier 1 CSR: Once you go through your application process, they will probably have you wait a week or two for your training period to start, once you start training you're looking at two weeks of in-class paid training 8 1/2 hour days with two 15 minute breaks and one 30 minute lunch break monday through friday, typically breaks are spaced out 2 hours inbetween each other. After you finish your first two weeks you will move into nesting for 1 week, during this point you will be taking live calls and getting better on the phones, at the end of the week you will take calls, go through a gradution ceremony of sorts, and then meet your supervisors who will take you on a tour of your area, have you sign in on a computer in your area, have you sign out and go back to nesting.

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Every 2 weeks

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401k Medical, dependent reimbursement.

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Depends on the position being applied for.

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No not at all.

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For the lower tiered jobs like Customer Service or Forman, it may be a quick hire however for software engineers who work on the higher end of the corporate scale it typically takes a few weeks to perhaps a month to get through the technical interview levels.

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