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Only benefit I saw was the diversity and flow of clientele, n nice coworkers, but the pay and management are terrible at their jobs, n you really got to watch you pay to hours worked

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They like to 'earn' a living off the sweat of others.

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They pay whenever the manager remembers to put your hours into payroll. i worked there a month and some days with any paycheck. started aug 19, didnt get my 1st check until sep 29.

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Yes tips are welcomed to be received..

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My clinic claim to pay for online training. If you don't ask for them to make sure its on your check and then make sure it is on your paycheck...they won't pay. I've had numerous times where it wasn't on there after I asked. Also, we travel 2.5 hours one way for our training. They won't pay us for the drive time, or the training day, even when its during my normal scheduled work day! They try to justify it by saying that "we get 8 CEU's".

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At the location I am at the sales mean a lot. Currently we are being asked to make 15 sales in a month to keep our jobs but in the past 2 years the most sales an associate has ever made was 12. We are constantly threatened with sales and numbers. Some of the locations owned by the Reyes group have to make 10 sales a month or they don't get their commissions.

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At the Sunset Hills Missouri location they are required to stand for each customer that comes in. It's awkward and weird.

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Black work pants (my coworkers and I just wear black jeans), the ME polo and we are allowed to wear jean jackets/cardigans. We can also wear sandals if we want as long as they have a backing.

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As low as they can go.

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Time consuming to get through all the practicals.

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