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Your "excellent vacation policy" response back on 01/04/2017 was extremely vague. It did NOT state:

1. how many vacation days are provided to start
2. whether or not vacation days increase the longer an employee is with the company
3. whether or not there are different vacation policies for employees based on title. Some companies offer more paid vacation time for those in higher level positions (e.g. Executive level) than say for someone who works in Accounts Payable or is an Administrative Assistant at the company.

Everyone's interpretation of "excellent" vacation time differs. For example, me being in the HR field and very familiar with policies, I consider "excellent" vacation time to be a minimum of 20 days / 4 weeks per year to start for ALL employees at a company regardless of job title.

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Have had two different interviews with this company with no call back either times. was very persistent on letting them know all I wanted to do was work and I would be there on time no matter what but both interviews were just management sitting behind their computer screen the whole time, scratching their heads and face and having this boring bland melatonin look on their faces like they really didn't care at all

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I feel that General insulation has a very strong footing especially if there are employees General insulation hires that take the time and care for the individual customer. Small contractors were a very big parts of keeping workflow going, and when we kept them Well Serviced they kept us busy.

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I would focus on keeping my employees happy and feeling valued, they say customer is first, but that isn't true. happy valued employees keep and retain customers. when you walk over and abuse your employee's you're no better than a monster.

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It was stressful, people who know me well knew it was a terrible place, not the worst by far but happiness was a fictional concept for me.

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