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As a previous employee for the farmingdale location working as a water technicion i can honestly say i dont reccomend anyone to work for this branch. As a employee not only can your hourly pay rate change weekly depending on how the company does, everyday you are not guranteed work. If the sales people can luckily sell a overpriced job than maybe you can go on a job while others stay at the shop sweeping for 5 hours waiting for a job to book. The first month you will train at 15 a hr than once you get a phone and comission starts your hourly will change to 11 a hr and go up depending on how many jobs your boss puts you on. If he likes you. To make it even better make sure to write down all the hóurs you work because for some reason a common WEEKLY OVERLOOK happens so every week your check may be missing a few 0's

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Continue sharing information about company initiatives with all employees.

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Paid vacation; paid training; 401k with profit sharing; medical, dental and life insurance; flexible spending accounts; and tuition reimbursement.

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Yes, our technicians look and are very professional.

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Varied shifts to accommodate varied lives.

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Have to sit with manager for interview guide you with questions and the service we provide.

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I would lower their prices a lot, and up the commission percentage for the employees so that they can make more money and some more product, and if an employee can't afford a brand new van, give him a chance and another department be loyal and humble. and being a company that makes a lot of money wouldn't hurt to supply work vans for their employees.

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