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Had pretty much a nervous breakdown over the stress and being treated as a second-class citizen. I was forced to quit in the interest of my own health. In my opinion, Human Resources did nothing to help me. But HR saw to it that I was pushed out the door in a prompt manner!

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All depends which group you are interviewing with. Favoritism does exist in a lot of places. Be sure you know how any salary offered compares to market place. GET EVERYTHING IN WRITING. They made me at least one promise that was never given to me!

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High stress, fast moving. Focus on numbers, not quality

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Yes. In the beginning you’ll get more overtime than you can handle. As time passes you’ll struggle to make 30/40 hours a week.

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There are different time-off policies for different divisions of Intertek.

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2-3 Weeks, Drug Screen Goes Quick. The Background Check Is Done Through Hire Rite And They Are Not Fast.

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Welcome and I get the offer, no technical questions

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Spend some money to fully integrate systems, processes and shared services organizations such as HR, IT, Finance, etc. This is costing you a fortune in the long run and is resulting in a support nightmare.]

Value your people. They are the key to any company's success.

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