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Shuck and Jive and be Really Animated as a person of color. Be prepared to have toxic and dramatic behaviors as this is the culture and expectations for Ethnic Groups/ Individuals. If you are a non-white person it is NOT Ok to be informed or of a professional demeanor

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Repeated questions by unskilled workers _who do not like ea other, but are willing to pose as a "team". Pay attention -the questions are formulated to ask if you are willing to patronize and suck-up to others. You could very likely be a necessary hire for affirmative action status quo "token" needed

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Calling out sick needs 6 hours before start of shift and Doctors not after 3 days of absence.

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Get all the information upfront. Leave nothing to chance.

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Very structured and flexible

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Meet for interview, backround checks , second interview then training.

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8 hours on a average day

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The company will be around for a very long time

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Yes, they do drug test.

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My advice would be that he should be an advocate for his employee by making sure their plight is heard and concrete measures taken to address employees concern including but not limited to salary increment, career advancement opportunities, incentives and good working conditions. This would ultimately translate into work efficiency, high productivity and company growth thereof.

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