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If your living in another state, isn’t possible to do an phone interview

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Typically a couple of weeks. You apply online, they call you for an interview and you come in to interview with the HR manager. That person will then send you on to interview with a department manager of whichever department you applied for or which one they feel like you would be a good fit. Then, if that manager likes you he/she will have you meet the store manager. From there on that basically means you got the job and you just have to wait for new hire orientation. So overall the process should be a week or two

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I loved my job in the beginning, but became very disenchanted with the company and management.
I had 9 managers in three years. Finally had enough and left.

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Hours depend on the needs of the business. If you sell well, are a team player, show up on time and don’t ask to leave early, and take initive instead of waiting for a manager to tell you what to do you will eventually become an allstar and open majority of your shifts

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Almost everything!! Being a manager is OD stressful since you have to manage a team, make sure you get your managerial tasks properly done, AND make your sales goals. The pay is VERY SH*TY IF YOU HAVE BILLS and it is INCONSISTENT.

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Tha toxic managers that they hire and keep that don’t know anything about retail! Having to make rediculous sales goals when business is soooo slow which in Natick is everyday! Think twice about working here. Most people stay cause of the health benefits. That’s it! You can’t go anywhere in this Co. they just tell u so.

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Flexible with the ability to grow your business.

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Healthcare and dental for full time employees only, profit sharing and 401K

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Transparency! We understand change must happen in order for the company to remain in business. However, employees need 6 months notice so they can prepare rather than being blindsided with 30 days (if you're luck)

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