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Yearly and also when there is a new area learned

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3 months, training is very comprehensive. Read, observe, hands on until you are competent in your skills.

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Yes they do

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I was offered the job the day I interviewed. I started 2 weeks later. They give you two weeks from accepting the job offer to starting your first day. This gives you the opportunity to give your current employer a 2 week notice.

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The hours are fairly scheduled. Rotating schedules that allow employees to schedule appointments and enjoy family time

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They care more about the donors and their numbers. They never close on time you can be there until 8pm even if you are scheduled until 5 or 6. Dosent matter how hard you work others are lazy and get treated the same so why bother busting butt. Cigarette breaks by certain people are as many as 10 a day management overlooks a lot as long as they make there numbers they simply don't care. Some donors abuse staff but that's ok they are a donor that equals money. That's more important than staff.the pay is low for the job and u will earn every penny well some will.

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The flow of donor staff ratio depends on your hours per week. For example 900 donors for a week is POOR FLOW hours are cut

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Some of the center managers are running their own little scheme. You need to get the employees to share what really is happening.

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They need to inforce their own rules. The donors are allowed to run the center and not the employees. This allow abuse to occur that should not be tolerated!

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