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I would make sure all employees are treated equally as well as the customers, and any situation would be handled in a positive manner and make sure that everyone is satisfied with their service and products.

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Computer generated. Hard to get past the VJT

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They do misdemeanors

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Depending on positions and availability and follow up

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Stressful environment nothing positive.

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Have a friend who has worked with the manager at a different location refer you.

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You really need to be aware of the extremely low pay the employees of your company receive. That is by far the most common negative comment about this company. It is a huge reason why there is a tremendous turn over rate. It is becoming more and more difficult to get qualified candidates to apply for employment and those who do apply practically laugh when they hear what their salary will be. It's pathetic that an apprentice for instance can make more money delivering pizzas or working at at a gas station! Would also be a great positive if when an employee finally receives a raise-because they richly deserve it-they get a deplorable amount-maybe a fifteen cent an hour increase-and that is "generous". What is an employee's incentive to stay and work hard-and employees do work hard. Give your employees a "living wage" not the "slave" wages they receive. No wonder there is such a high turnover rate. Don't you understand-that this company spends more money training someone who leaves and then hiring and training another employee. Isn't that "business 101". Pull your head out of the sand and pay your employees what they are worth-and they are worth a lot more than what they receive-not only $$$$-but recognition and respect -which they richly deserve.

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It will get worse and worse

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Hourly is your basic minimum wage, maybe more if you're hired on as a full time associate. Regardless, the commission structure is a joke where you only get .25% commission and the amount goes up if the store meets it's quota levels, which is rarely in a lower volume store.

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