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They did a Urine test.

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Healthcare and dental to employers who are HL2 and higher

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Last wk I got 2nd interview for goods flow manager job for batu kawan. But until know pending for status. May I kno how long need to wait

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Did the phone interview first. Week later was schedule for an in person interview. Got my offer the next day.

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IKEA is always looking for good people. There is so much turnover, that finding a job there shouldn't be an issue. Your pregnancy shouldn't make a difference. Schedules generally are pretty flexible. You can generally work as much, or as little as your pay grade allows. If you're looking for a few extra hours, that generally isn't an issue. If you're looking to stay under 20 hours per week, that generally isn't an issue. Realize that you will be on your feet for your entire shift (less breaks and lunch).

IKEA does offer maternity leave, albeit unpaid. You will NOT lose your job when you take leave.

Good luck.

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2 am is the normal time but it varies by location.

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Nothing is stressful

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Throw out the third party delivery service and invest in your own trucking company. Also, your customers deserve to have their refunds in a timely manner, not 3-4 months later.

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The systems and procedures we use to get customer resolution seriously needs to be re-evaluated. The man power in each department is truly lacking and it causes unnecessary stress for the front line customer service representative. Who have a set sense of urgency to get resolution for the customer versus the non telephone representatives,

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