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i was my own.boss basically worked 3rd shift or can come in any time after 6 pm to do my job
Janitor (Former Employee) –  Chicago, ILApril 5, 2019
... it was easy did over night cleaned 3 floors of offices was alone did it in 6 hrs or less can get there any time after 6 pm till 6 am to go clean .........
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Auxiliary site supervisor (Current Employee) –  El Paso, TXMay 18, 2019
Scheduling is good and vacation is great giving when requested. Get to meet knew people every day. Are able to participate in fundraising along with FedEX for good cause.
Pros
PTO hours
Cons
short breaks
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Executive Assistant (Former Employee) –  Belmont, CAMay 16, 2019
There our two companies under one roof and owner. Some days were great and organized and management had scheduled everything accordingly. Other days it was stressful not enough employees to do jobs and everyone who works there was wearing multiple hats to say.
Pros
Lunch hour flexable, OT optional, pay is fare
Cons
Organization between the two companies
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