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Yes, upon hire, if an incident occurs and they do random drug tests also

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The lack of a regular schedule and not getting your promised hours weekly

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Stressful. The company claims you'll be able to take 2 15 minute breaks as well as have a 30 minute uninterrupted lunch. Not true. You won't have time to take even a bathroom break, much less a half hour lunch. By the way, that time is deducted from your pay regardless whether you take it or not. God help you if you're the only one on the floor. When are you to take breaks then?

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For-profit company. Beautiful properties but cutthroat management who think of you only as a warm body. If you are not in the clique, you are disposable. You are fed a lies about "support" but it is non-existent when it counts. The residence director only shows up when it's time to be in the spotlight. If you want to be a warm body in a company where you run run the show, this is the place for you. If you value integrity, honesty, teamwork, advancement, and communication, do not waste your time.

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More extensive vetting of potential directors.

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9 hours. Lunch is forced, and frequently interrupted. Not enough time is permitted to leave and return.

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5-8pm M-F or 8-8pm S-S.

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Generally, the weekend receptionist has a pretty quiet position to fill. Job duties include answering the phones and relaying messages, helping visitors and family members with residents, entering work orders for maintenance, giving occasional tours of the community, stocking the copy room, breaking down files, and getting involved in resident activities. It is a great position for someone in school as it provides time for homework. Also a good job for someone interested in supplemental income.

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As long as you submit your pto thirty days in advance you might be able to use whatever time you have earned

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Benefits are very expensive!! 1,000 per month for family plan

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