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Depends. When I started, 11-8, then my performance moved me to 8-5. Some employees work split shifts, some only 4 hours in morning or 4 hours in evening. They offer full and part-time schedules. Be honest about what you can and can't work up front.

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Yes. They ramp up for seasonal positions for January - April. There may be opportunity to work September-October.

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Because they are a software company and try to make the experience as personable as possible. Many tech companies use Google Meet or Hangouts for remote interviews.

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Depending on the position it could be on site in Mountain View, CA or online via bluejeans software.

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Questions online with google hangouts

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Performance Improvement Process - Written warning and 30, 60 day follow up. Correction to be completed within 90 days.

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Health, dental, 401k at 9.00hr impossible to afford

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They asked quite a few questions that were more personal than most interview questions.

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The team atmosphere when working from home is a one of a kind experience. It allows you to have others in the same position be available to help with any issues that you may encounter. In addition, the teams are usually a lot of fun. Management is always encouraging and have great personalities.

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Retention was a hard job but I succeeded and met all there needs

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