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Fix the communication and make the rules apply to all

Answered May 13, 2020

Everything revolve around corporate dollar.Meeting daily, weekly and Monthly and yearly goals while losing customers and not attracting any new customers to fill the shoes of the lost customers in the meantime making the employees of certain divisions to be the money maker with no support of the sales department. Requiring the workforce to work 10 to 12 hours a day plus weekends and if you ask for the time off if it is mandatory you are required to use pto or vacation time even on weekend days or you get written up and told you can lose your job if you accumulate your points in the year. Also supervisors and upper management refused to work anymore than 40 to 45 hours was like a dictatorship no respect to the employees doing the work all about the corporate dollar.

Answered February 15, 2020

If you have internal referrals you will be placed quite comfortably,even though you lack for knowledge with the competitors.
More politics towards hiring process.

Answered May 9, 2020

Nothing till you get hired ...they make temps work a lot save them on ot pay for full time people

Answered July 27, 2019

Depends but is mostly 10 to 12 hours plus 8 to 10 on Saturdays some months was mandatory 12 hours a day for 6 days (Monday thru Saturday) and Sunday every other 8 hours. Some days even went to 13 or 14 hours because management refused to come in early and ended up doing meetings late after time off and waiting around for management to appear and do the meetings.

Answered February 15, 2020

Mine is a highly specialized field so I was scheduled for a phone interview within 3 working days of speaking with the recruiter.
I then had an in-person interview with the Sr. Director 2 days later.. I was supposed to have a phone interview with the Sr. HR Manager 5 days after that but due to issues on their end they had to push it out to Tuesday next week. I expect to receive an offer by Thursday or Friday after that.

Answered October 18, 2019

I think they are prime to sell off into pieces

Answered October 3, 2019
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