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I think the quality of the interview would depend on the position. My interview was great. I was asked questions about my current and previous employment. Mostly open-ended questions that require a story of some kind. I think they wanted to here successful ways I accomplished tasks. Very kind, very upbeat. Seems like a great place to work.

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Operator starts out at 16.55 hr untill you work 4 months. 120 days. Then. Another interview .. and no lieing this time

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Depends on the location and position. Office jobs are typically 8-5. Field jobs (drivers, operators,etc) 12 hr shifts at least 4 to 6 days per week. The built in overtime is nice.

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Great environment. Relaxed atmosphere, everyone gets their work done but has a good time along the way. You really can't beat the culture here.

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Twice per month for salary
Biweekly for hourly

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Honesty. Savage looks for people who like to work hard and are reliably. That doesn't mean they don't like to have fun, just try to communicate your ability to work hard and have fun while doing it.

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What do you enjoy most about your work? Least?
Tell me about a time you did... and what was the result?

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Reviews to budgets are done annually. Most of the time increases happen at this time.

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Happy, because my goal is to make money and I do that here

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Replace the CEO and the good ole boys in theSenior Leadership Team!! Get some humble, servant leaders who are willing to look at the root of the issue. Listen to your teams! Shop the benefits and fight for a better package for the teams.....they deserve them!

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