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Phone scan with recruiter, phone interview with hiring mgr, on site interviews

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Why do you want to work here? Tell me about your work background. Why did you leave your last job?

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Lack of consistency within management, No true training, everyone does their own thing. The rules change daily. What person gets away with others are punished for doing the same. The phone system is outdated and all calls are muffled. Lack of support from anyone. Longest CEO lasted 3 years.

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Better insurance. Better pay. 80% of your commission goes into reserves for 6-8 months until the client implements and uses it. If they never use the add on, you never get paid.

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Very negative. Lots of people are looking for something better.

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8 hours a day.

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Annually but extremely small.

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Honestly the company's various division are losing money daily, and they try to hide it. I foresee them closing shortly. As a software company, they cant even fix their own software.

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Embrace the diversity that comes with so many acquisitions, and value expansion over consolidation. Find what made these companies so successful and learn *something* from them. Preserve that "something", and challenge the current status quo to accept that their own culture and processes *may not be superior*, even if those things are more popular/accepted in the business/tech sector. Be the next tech company others want to emulate, not the one trying to imitate. Rely on *real* evidence, not unverified anecdotal success stories pushed by folks motivated by self-interest.

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Benefits? You call that Benefit when you give up over 1/2 your paycheck for Medical Insurance that pays absolutely nothing and expect the other 1/2 of your check to pay the extremely high copays and deductibles. Obama Care has better benefits.

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