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They go over some things bout safty and what they would expect from u as an employee and family member... They also did my drug test mouth swab right then

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I went in for interview it took them like 2 months to contact me after my application and I got hired at the interview and started the next day

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I left the job after 4 months. My first month of training was at a "standards" store and the employees and store director were fun and energetic. Every directive that came down from corporate was accomplished as a team. The store director was a hands on manager and was rarely in his office but out on the floor. After only one month I was moved to a non-standard store where customer service was in the weeds and had been for months. I ended up with a store director who only cared about how she may look to the senior leadership. Huddles (morning/afternoon) with employees were not consistent and did not give clear goals and instructions but only regurgitated what she saw in memos or heard in conference calls. I gave my notice after 3 months hoping someone from the district might be interested in my opinion but they were not and I was told they accepted my resignation. Apparently they were not looking for people to speak their minds but robots for the company. If you end up working at a managerial level it is a great way to apply your skills but do take the time to get to know those around you (your co-managers) and see what their goals are before you embark on your own.

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Managers need to take a training course in sensitivity.

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Weekly stick with a union position

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10.50 in California, starting July it will be 12 an hour

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Why I wanted to work there?
What would I do if...?

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On call 24x7

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Benefits depend on position & Division you hire into. Usually there is insurance available at the 1 year mark, also vacation and potentially personal days. There may also be paid holidays at yearly intervals. A lot of the benefits depend on what has been negotiated into the most current Union Contract. For the insurance there could be a length of service & minimum amount of hours worked qualifier, ask the Hiring Rep at the store for the accurate information.

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It depends on position and your store sales

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