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No family time they work so short handed and like dogs I think if employees have to be there 6/7 days a week everyone in the office should too!!! Then I guarantee the overtime will stop definitely don’t care if you have a family

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Hours are great 8 hours a day Monday to Friday With voluntary 4hrs overtime and occasionally work 8 hrs mandatory overtime on Saturdays

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Blame oriented and third grade mentality

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Not good at all. While working there, there were eight mechanics that were hired and none were qualified to do the job resulting in all eight being fired within months of their hire date.

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Through a temp agency

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Management and horrible supervisors they treat you horrible have no respect

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Lots of free time to complete life duties, while maintaining a constant work flow to keep one busy. There are continual changes in production that can sometimes cause crunch times. Plenty of opportunities to talk with coworkers and management throughout the day.

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I was working a minimum of 12 hours per day with zero compensation. upper management had absolutely no knowledge in import/export laws/regulations. I was asked numerous times to alter government issued documents

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