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In my department they were awful. No flexibility and no heads up about weekend work. If you had weekend plans and were unable to come in the response was "Do your job or else". Again terrible.

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For contract work, excellent benefits.

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I walked in with my resume and cover letter as a Junior level college student. I got an interview request two months after dropping it off and got the job offer right after the interview.

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I don't even put this on my resume.

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Work is work. It can fast pace at times but challenging too.

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Very fast process; I got an interview for this job on a Tuesday, went in for a drug test on Thursday and started working on Monday.

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You get sick days but can never take them due to lack of staff.

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Hostile where all people try not to get into trouble. Fake it till you make it.

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Include more opportunities to do department cross training. The chemists expressed the desire for a change of environment and to work with other departments. Submerging them in a different dept. than their own would give them a greater appreciation for the whole company and it's progress as a whole.

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I would say look into the work environment of the volatiles department. The atmosphere in that department is particularity tense and undesirable. A daily treat of not having a job anymore had become the norm unfortunately. The dept. manager would use this tactic more than once to put fear in his workers which was completely unprofessional and unnecessary. Everyone in his dept. loved/loves their jobs and was happy to be a part of the Pace team when I was present.

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