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Fairly laid back for the most part, people can keep to themselves. Can be a bit stifling and claustrophobic. Most people in the company are pleasant coworkers.

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60 hours a week to meet your "goals" or you are put on a "PIP" or a "SIM" (about to get fired)

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More breaks, less micro managing, higher pay

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The company pays Biweekly and the commission check is given on the last biweekly check of the month.

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3 steps interview process with basic interview questions.

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Not a company where you should think long term, learn as much as you can and move on .

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About a week to get hired and another week to fully be hired and then you start training.

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We weren't required to take a drug test.

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