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No you do not need experience, but some managers play favortism!

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They're slow. At holidays they will call you. OUT of nowhere, come to work today at 6:00 PM. Not a lot of notice.

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$13.25 in Los Angeles

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No drug test during pre employment, if background check clears, you will receive an offer letter with a link to the new hire portal where you have to read, and complete additional documents. You will be paid for completing these documents, after completion, you will receive an official start date.

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They start off part time. If you do well in training and are fast on the register, you can get more hours, and get promoted to full time. Hours are very performance based.

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Appreciate your employees. better communication. be more organized.

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I feel good

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No drug test as part of the hiring process

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A lot of 'Explain a time when..' or 'Give me an example of..' or 'Tell me about what you would do if..' or 'In this situation, how would..' kind of questions.. the kinds that are kinda hard to think of on the spot when you don't really have experience or aren't very confident during interviews.

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Busy and stressful sometimes. it's a lot better to work the morning or night shift than the mid-shifts.

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