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Work hours vary by department. Office positions have normal office hours and fulfillment centers have different hours depending on the season.

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Stagnant wages for all except top management.
No chance for advancement unless you are a favorite.
Management still wants to play soldier and runs company through fear and intimidation.
Harassment is overlooked and by management and HR.

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Why should we hire you?

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It does not take long to get hired if there is a position available, especially a seasonal position. Apply, go for an interview, pass a background check & drug test, and you're hired.

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Treat your employees that way you expect to be treated. You wouldn't except not getting a raise but you expect them to be OK with not getting raises. Your employees work hard and deserve your respect, appreciation and dedication. The same dedication to THEM that you expect them to give to YOU. Put yourself in their shoes and treat them accordingly.

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Full Time benefits include Medical, Dental and Vision plans starting on the first day of employment. 401k, paid time off, promise time, life insurance, short term and long term disability as well as discounts are also all available.

Seasonal employees receive 401k as well as discounts on supplies.

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Full time employees earn 120 hours or 3 weeks of Paid Time Off. In addition to Paid Time Off, full time employees also receive 24 hours or 3 days of Promise Time and 9 paid holiday's.

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I was a seasonal worker for two years so I didn't receive any benefits.

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People don't stay there for very long because they never get raises and it is a negative environment.

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