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You continue to get more and more jobs added to your current role while the yes person gets less and less. If you are a yes person you have it made if you challenge the system or protect your people from long hours, ask for help, ask any management for help you are on your own and they slowly push you out by watching every move you make or don't make. Watch out for the managers who can't do their job and leave it to the ones above them, and that manager is the one who can't do the job you do. You are managed by people who cannot do your job.

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Urine on hiring and random urine and hair follicle testing throughout employment

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10-12 hour days, no lunch. If you do take lunch you might as well just add that time to the end of your day

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PTO- you could use for sick or vacation, however you wanted to use it.

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Unmanageable work load for those that actually do the work. Middle management doesn’t do much of anything

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Hire HR people who know what they are doing, Fire half of the middle managers

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26 days but in UM they are so short staffed you have to beg for any time off and they don’t let you know of approval until a week before

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Any job is stressful at times

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Via opening in California

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Lengthy, indepth, may interview with up to 5 different managers in various positions prior to knowing if you will move on with the hiring process

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