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Pay people a decent wage and stop screwing staff by designating them "contract workers" not entitled to overtime or holiday pay.

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If there was no morals or something illegal was happening, I would have to leave.

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Loooooong days, especially during the summer. No over time, no holiday pay.

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There is always change and learning to be flexible was a benefit.

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If you are unlucky to get a mean supervisor, life will be tough. They have a banner they put out that states, "We just love our volunteers". I say, "But we hate our employees".

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The interview process is great.

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Be honest and polite.

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Very bad company to work for. I had a very bad supervisor.

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Horses come in the spring and leave in the fall, so about 6 months of equine care at this camp. about 2 weeks of training, and 8 weeks of overnight campers. (during the rest of the time the horses are used for encampment, birthdays, etc.)

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Nothing. But I did get injuries taken care of by the camps workers comp.

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