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BE ON TIME and take it from there!

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Come in ready to WORK.
Your typical duties depends on the needs at the time.
You could start off receiving and end up in picking or vice-versa.

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Good other than OT last minute coverage for call offs

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I have to work so many hours, don't remember that.

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When you start out as a temp, the pay is wkly...once hired, bi-wkly

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Hiring now...1st shift...
order filler/picker pay listed on company website job link

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They closed down you can't apply.

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You wouldn't be able to contact HR via Lithia Springs location as the HR Rep and home ofc is based in California.
There's no direct access unless you are hired on FT.
Once you fill out app, HR pulls the candidates resume/contact info, and forwards it to the prospective location.
You will then be contacted by the Ofc. Mgr. to come in and take a basic math test.
If you pass test, you will be contacted
(within 2 wks), and an interview will be scheduled.

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Why do you want to work @ Mitsubishi, and
what value can you add to our organization..
How do you resolve conflicts...
Can you work overtime when needed...
What are your short/long term goals...
Do you work well solo/with others...
Tell me something about yourself the resume doesn't portray...
Why should we consider you for employment....
How soon are you available?

Word of advice: Always tell a prospective employer you'd like to give at least a
1-2 wks' notice (if you're employed)
prior to beginning.
A good impression goes a long way!

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