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The starting hourly rate is 10.80/hour.

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We were paid bi-weekly with one week in arrears.

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Asked you your experience, what you would do in situations, and how is your shoes laid out in your closet

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There were usually set in and out times. The hours were only slightly flexible, by a couple hours.

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I never had any idea what the dress code was because no one would tell me. They would just say “oh too casual” “I don’t like how that looks” “you can’t wear a sweater” even though I was cold. Once a wore a pair of leggings with a long blouse, no one said anything to me, but called me to the back weeks later to tell me that I can wear anything “athletic” when they weren’t athletic. Managers are HORRIBLE about informing you about the REAL dress code and come up with things they want you to wear themselves.

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They don't really care.

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It took me a week to get hired. I went to the group interview, and got called the same day and got a one on one interview and bam i was hired.

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How much do you want to get paid, what hours can you work, and how long would you be working for the company.

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Slow but fast pace.

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If applying as part-time be self motivated and don't let people discourage you from accomplishing whats best for you. Always try and have a synergy with your team. Be considerate and hopefully the staff and leadership will reciprocate. If not, don't be afraid to take action into your own hands through company procedure when necessary. If you don't it will only get worse. Be a hard and dedicated worker. Be open with your manager, and know your self-worth and have ambition. Don't let a bad work culture dissuade you from anything and be willing to take part in change for the good

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