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In the corporate office, standard hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. In the field, it varies based on the job site but is typically around 7 a.m. to around 4 p.m.

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Be prepared! It's always helpful going into an interview to have done your research on the company and the position. You may interview with one or two hiring managers, depending on the position. It's important to be comfortable with the culture, so be sure to ask questions that will allow you to make the best decision!

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The culture in the company is great. However, IT does not follow the culture of the company. Beware.

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We have a fast-paced work environment due to the nature of the industry. It's definitely work hard, play hard, but it's always rewarding!

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I was referred by another employee.

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Non stressed environment is beneficial to all.

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Organize the employees and put everyone of them to work at each designated location.

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Hi there! Yes, we do conduct background checks and drug tests during the interview process.

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A series of live environment tests to see in real time what you know vs what you say you know. Once you test for PDI you will know how much you do or do not actually know. The test facility is very professionally laid out for all scopes of work . Then you do a one on one interview as well as a group interview , establish their desire to hire and then discuss terms

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Too many projects given to employees therefore does not oversee the details of each project due to the workload.

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