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Job was sent to the Philippines. I'd love to know how many US employees are left and how long till ALL of our jobs are gone.

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Yes, but LN is shady and continues laying off US employees 30 or so at a time. This has taken place for about 5 or 6 yrs. They're trying to appear as though they've not had a mass layoff yet most of our US jobs are now in the Philippines. Oddly they list 'Valuing employees' as one of their core beliefs. They never paid employees what they were worth, then laid off most everyone anyhow. Zero ethics and corporate greed have run LN in the ground! Shameful.

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Pay and benefits are horrible. Depressing environment as so many people continue losing their jobs to the Philippines.

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The pay was extremely low, but 7 yrs ago it was an okay company. I now spread the word about LN firing nearly everyone and sending our US jobs to Manila.

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No, absolutely not free. The health insurance is very expensive!! Before any bill is paid for 1 person, a yearly deductible of $4500 must be met. I can't imagine what the family deductible is. Terrible!!!

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PTO, 401k with matching first 6% and can step up to.9% after 7 years. Good healthcare options. Paid educational expenses. Drisp plan to buy company shares

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40 hours a week, for my department.

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Dread, pulling into the parking lot you could feel the gloom fall over you. The company is going down hill and the environment of stress and lack of appreciation coupled with low pay made going to work an emotional and mental drain every day.

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The day-to-day work fluctuated (predictably) between extremely fast-paced and incredibly slow. I think it depends a great deal on the part of LN/department in which you're working. The pace changed with the time of year, current events, and although the pace of work varied, that was a predictable variety, and even at a fast pace, the work was most suited for those favoring predictability & sameness of routine every single day.

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Why go through the stress of an interview? The job will end up in the Philippines!!

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