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I'll describe it like this, Question were pretty simple nothing too intense...Management will describe that company an have you thinking its the best thing since sliced bread, oh but you will soon see that it was just a bunch of empty words.

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Only open three days out of the week since being taken by another owner, busy when open, alot expected but, very little support or appreciation given to TCA's. Not a place to work if self-preservation is a focus.

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Your interview will be like 3 hours long, and they sit down with your resume and have two different managers to over it, one after the other. And they they bring in someone that has been there awhile to talk to you about the position. The first manager takes notes on your resume so you don't have repeat questions when the second manager comes in. They just ask what you did at your old job, why you liked it? If you had to choose, which would be your favorite and why? Why did you leave certain jobs?

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No Although the company is located globally they are owned by franchise businesses.

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Biweekly pay

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Would love to still work there

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Very good, feel it would be a great opportunity

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So, as far as sick times goes, it starts to accrue after 90 days, you have to put in your sick time in advance, the operate on an occurrence system, so any time that you take off you will get an occurrence if you do not put in your time. 4 or more will get you terminated.

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Onboarding was fast; don't remember all steps. Did involve being interviewed by the VP, then Office Mgr and a Q&A test where a minimum percentage was required for 'passing'.

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