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The drug test is a mouth swab, you only get drug tested at the time of hire. UNLESS you get hurt on the job then they will definitely drug test you on the spot. ALSO... Just do your job and go home. It’s work not the BESTFRIENDS Association💯

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Be your self don't lie and tell them what they bring to table

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Keep trying

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Walkin somewhat computer-savy- you need to file out your application that way- Securitasjobs.com. Use common sense on the test. Do NOT show inconsistancy in answers, because they tend to ask the same questions 10 different ways. On the job site: Always differ to supervisors, when in doubt. Don't be afraid to ask questions. As a general rule- DON'T be afraid & also strive to NOT be caught "off guard"! Get plenty of sleep at home- falling asleep at this job is the 'kiss of death'! Too many people try to get away with things. Be honest and courteous- it will carry you farther in getting better posts!

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Find out if you can get a raise at whatever location you will be at. A lot of the locations do not offer raises.

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Make sure you get hired directly to a post and get all of the details about it before you agree to be employed

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Boeing objective would be my first admisson

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Pay attention to questions ask.Make sure of the question and answerhonestly

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Always be courteous polite and honest

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Understand that the interview is also you interviewing them. The interview is the time to negotiate your hourly pay. If you are not satisfied with what is offered, counter with a reasonable offer . The worst thing that can happen is that they say no. This is a business and your employment is also your business. If the two businesses (yours and theirs) can't come to terms, politely walk away.

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