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Around 60 hours

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12and 14 hours a day

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Started off as an excellent job work with other schedules. I was employed at Lifeline a little over two years. Boom cut my hours without confirmation. Didn't pay me for the Holiday or Pto days. Upper management is horrible. No one is on the same page. If your not sucking up than your irrelevant. I would never recommend anyone to work there..... I hope they get shut down!!

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You have to sit in your seat for 8 hours, you get two 15 min break TIMED and one 30 mins lunch, also TIMED and if you go over your break you will get marked off for your production and get wrote up and have to make up the time you went over, by staying over or coming in on your day off.

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I have anxiety attacks every morning on my way in..

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Make sure you can be away from your family a lot there is a lot of travel and long hours involved

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Not too good, But Good Luck.

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Greet client with friendliness, and explain each role of employees and maje e them feel more at ease and comfortable.

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$18 to $20 per hour

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