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Hard work little pay
Business Manager (Former Employee) –  Huntington, WVApril 8, 2019
Hard work little pay
Inequality between coworkers.
No health benefits
No vacation or paid time off
Long work commute plus work involves driving 80 % of the work day
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slow or fast
Tech (Current Employee) –  Merced County, CAMay 20, 2019
dont recommend working here ,never know if you work or not til last min. sometimes its fast , some times its slow. thrown out thtere to work, little training
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Poor Management & Leadership
Help Desk Support (Former Employee) –  Memphis, TNMay 20, 2019
If you are looking for an environment that is motivating, rich in culture and values, advancement, proactive, supportive leadership and management then this company is not it. Sure they do some good out and around the community and distract employees with ping pong tables and arcade games but what does any of that do for your career? If growth is what you seek.. Seek elsewhere.
Pros
Close to downtown restaurants, giveaways for local concerts and events
Cons
Poor Management & Leadership, high turnover rate
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