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We do have a fleet of company vehicles, but they are all full at the moment. We allow those with truck, vans or SUVs to utilize their personnel vehicle for work purposes. Those individuals are reimbursed for the mileage they drive on company time! Keep an eye out for us as a vehicle may become available at some point!

We furnish all tools, equipment, ladders and ladder racks.

Thank you,

Knight Enterprises Team

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They secretly add missing boxes to your inventory and make you responsible to pay for them. This company acts very childish and dishonest

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None if your hired as a sub ....only if your hired as an employee which youll make even less money

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Better communication between dispatch, contractors and employees

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Rule of thumb: You will be disqualified for a misdemeanor up to 5 years or a felony up to 10 years.

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Be prepared to be a walking zombie and be lied to continuously about travel, and time off.

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All full time employees have these benefits, even our full time employee technicians:

- 401k with company match
- Health insurance, dental, vision
- Long and Short Term Disability
- Paid Time Off
- Statutory Holidays Off

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Our training period lasts 90 days. Once you are out of your training period, you fall into our tier progression which goes Tier 1 through Tier 3. Each tier has a starting hourly rate plus a percentage of each work order completed. The pay model in these tiers is a hourly plus production model. Depending on your tier, the hourly rate can be lower, but you are compensated more per hour due to your production pay.

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