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It depends what company you want to work for. This is a Procter & Gamble location, but only has a few Procter & Gamble employees. It takes about 6 months or more to get on with P&G. But this location is operated by two main contractors who hire with much less lead time. Then both of those companies also use temp agencies who hire immediately on a regular basis.

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Agradable y eficaz empresa

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Where do u live do u have transportation a criminal record

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Okay, at the time it was just a paycheck. I didn't feel to bad about telling people I worked there.

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I enjoy going to work here because the staff members and other employees are very helpful and respectful of one another. They always kept everyone on their feet and made sure we were each doing our job right and with efficiency.

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P & G techs work 12 hour rotating shifts in Albany, GA. Day shift people are in plant 8 - 10 hours a day. Most of them don't work at all. Contractors are dependent on their program managers policies.

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Albany, GA plant pays every 2 weeks for technicians, monthly for managers.

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MLK Day, Memorial Day, Christmas, Easter, Labor Day

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This varies from plant to plant. In Albany, GA you can't work more than 4 consecutive 12 hour shifts. You can't work more than 7 days in a row regardless of the amount of hours. This is for technicians, even day shift technicians. Management does not have these guidelines as they rarely do any manual labor. It is a safety issue for technicians.

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