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12 to 13 hours a day on average. Sometimes 14 days in a row, if needed.

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It's not bad a bunch of questions regarding things you would do in a factory setting dealing with problem solving..the Management is very friendly

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2 phone interviews then a interview with Human resources and supervisor. That took 2 weeks but after the Interview I was called the following Monday and offered a position.. and given a start Date .then a 5 step to finish the process..
background urine test physical and then a capacity test to test streghth and ability to do the specific job.and refrence check...once you complete that...your ready to go...all together 25 days from start to finish..

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Scheduling fir employees/production should be better to accommodate better hours.

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I would be grateful to say I worked for The Company...a new Hire but for what I see it's an amazing process and very interesting..

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Yearly at review

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Terrible work environment a lot favoritism.management do a terrible job in solve problems . equipment is not maintained properly to run to the standards that they want run the equipment .running out of materials needed to make products and hold the employee responsable for it and make them feel like is their fault. Again management likes to put in enployees hand a lots of hidden responsibilities that the employee does not noticed , and because the work load is very hard employees does not have time to notice them,

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Work/life balance. Constant employee issues. After hours calls.

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They frown upon you calling out sick

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I put in a application on the Web site..
Was E mailed and ask a good time for a phone interview about a week latter..
Then the manager of the Department I applied for followed up with a 2nd phone interview with a few questions and scheduled a on site interview...and a tour of the factory...very friendly individuals....

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