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Had a phone interview on Saturday, on Sunday I had my in person interview had to wait for background check then was hired on Thursday so 5 days.

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Well they don't want to train you to do better they want you to stay underneath them it seems.

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I filled out the application on indeed. I got no response so I called and they gave me an interview in about 2 days after. I did the interview and never got a call back so I guessed I wasn't hired, but after two weeks I called and spoke to the man whom interviewed me and he said he still doing the interviewing process. After a couple of days I just gave up never heard from anyone again.

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Hire people committed people from the start. There not always people with clean backround either. In my experiance those are the people that need the job the most and put their best foot forward every chance they get because yep you guessed it. They know they screwed up in the past and have to be better than the guy with no experiance and clean backround. The same guy that will probably quit 3 months into the job. Hire more felons is one. Communicate with the team about the goals of the company and how they fit into the grand scheme and 3 appreciate them.

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What were my previuos jon experiences and can I pass a drug test

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Yes, they pay weekly!

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Full time employees are pretty much expected to be available whenever. And then they tend to call part-time employees in whenever they need them.

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

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You would employ employees that would stay if you paid decent wages. You don't pay enough for an adult to live off of. That is why you have high turn over rate.

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Fellow associates are like a big family. Management and office people (customer service people in red vests) were just rude and uncaring.

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