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Pretty laid back and very reactive instead of proactive. As long as you get whatever job you have to do done, it's pretty much what you make of it. For the most part management is okay with a couple of bad apples. Job titles are vague intentionally so they can ask you to do the work of 3 people and underpay you (this doesn't apply to every job but it applies to more than not). A lot of sweeping under the rug and people turning blind eyes until the issue gets big enough for management to get in trouble with ownership, then they look into them and it's pointing fingers with no accountability and then where there is accountability, it often becomes a double standard. It's not anything I've experienced personally but I've seen it happen more times than not. It's an okay place to work and a GREAT place to build your resume but that's about it.

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There's potential but at the same time, you can't help but wonder how the place stays in business with some of the decisions being made and a couple of the management they keep on board.

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Raises are intermittent and aren't on a consistent basis. I've been denied a raise twice with no explanation as to why but did get a couple and those were okay raises.

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Just make it known you want to work, you're a team player and you're always willing to take on new things/always learning and that already puts you in great position. Other than that, like any other interview, show/tell your experience as it relates to the job and really sell yourself.

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Pretty typical from what I've seen. Start with a 5 days paid and 5 days unpaid if I remember right with a float day. Year 3 and 5 get you another 5 days paid vacation respectively.

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I believe its my job to fulfill my role in the company and was dutiful to work the long extra hours to get the pricing put together a.s.a.p. to support the sales. That being said it wasn't what I hoped for in a company

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Pretty typical. Basically as long as you hit 40 a week (or whatever you have to do a week depending on your job) you can almost make them what you want in a way. They're very understanding with letting you leave early, come in late, make up hours, etc. As long as you communicate to them what's going on with you and keep them in the loop and give them a heads up.

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Standard questions from what I remember.

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