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If you don't want respiratory and vision issues for life don't even consider about this place.

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It's only about the Benjamins.

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Several upper management staff involved and it is lengthy, intimidating and bizarre. I wish I had listened to my gut that warned me not to sign on with this corporation.

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The planned dispensing of product vending machines make sense as you certainly don't want caring and intelligent humans working there.

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Whiny people who think they should get paid to do nothing... this is a business- not a charity...

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If you work hard, have a good attitude, and are willing to learn there is so much room for growth here. It is a business- so, yes there is a corporate culture... you can’t expect it to operate like your home grow.

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Place so bad I wouldn't even want my enemies employed there.

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Our full-time (30 hours or more per week) employees earn 4 hours of PTO (paid time off) each pay period. Our pay period is bi-weekly. PTO can be used for sick, personal or vacation time. Total accrual works out to be 13 days of paid time off, per year. Part-time employees earn sick time, up to 40 hours per year. PT employees accrue 1 hour of sick time for every 30 hours worked.

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Less than 4 hrs each month, so the max an employee can get is 2 weeks total paid time off (this includes all vacation and sick time)

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