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7 hours a day

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But agents are asking for registeration fee of 300$ and they are saying that they will start the documentation process after you pay the registeration fee , so what should i do now ?

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Hire competent staff, especially at the pursers front desk that have a 100% English comprehension. Stop making promises to passengers on the ship which won't be met. Don't be afraid to drag the supervisor out from her office to deal with passenger problems. Have a cabin supervisor with a white glove and good eyeglasses who can see when a cabin is not being cleaned right, especially in the Penthouse suites.

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3 sick days in a six month period before write up.

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No, they did not drug

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I like to work there my friend tell me to good

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Depending on the cruise and itinerary, you can expect to work more on sea days and slightly less on port days. Entertainment must be consistent at all times, but on sea days, passengers must have the most available options.

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Yes, they were flexible with time off.

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I took me 3 months from first call to acceptance.
Call, interview, personal interview, background check, final interview and then offer.

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