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Well depends on the work ,but it depends on the submiton date ,so they work with fresh mind every day,as long mind is fresh work is done in a better way...

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These jokers evaluate you quarterly and has given 1 raise at the turn of this year, the first in 5 years.

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O vacation days, when we rotate home your considered laid off and draw unemployment threw the office in Minnesota

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Loram is ok to work for depending on management!!!

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Hiring. Every. One. Every. One. Needs. A. Jobs. Dont. Hole. A. Man. Back. Thank. You

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Anything more than a week or so would eventually result in short or long term disability...

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If you go to a shoulder ballast cleaner, you won't be constantly lifting(realistically anything unless you are fixing something) You will be lifting fairly heavy(40-50lbs +-) for the most part at least twice a day(wheel chocks and derail) unless its maintenance day. Mainly normal tools unless something big is broken.

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Most likely if someone can cover your position

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They will but you might not be able to drive the trucks. it depends how long ago it was. there are supervisors that work here that have been to prison before but it has been 7 years or more at least. because you will travel nationwide

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Mandatory breaks and pay increases after time served. Better motels..

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