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Love the job and serving the sunshine State but more pay is needed. I have to work part time job to make ends me.

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Base on my experience in excavator machine, 8am to 4pm that is Nigeria hours work

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I was told to email my superviser before I used the restroom and she would tell me if I could go based on current workflow and urgency of tasks.

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Embarrassed. I worked there seven years without censure or complaints from management. I was fired because of my Asthma, yet I am still elegible for rehire. How do I reccomend people to work at a contradictory place like that?

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The interview process is great. Fast and easy. Usually you're interviewed by a Judge.

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Depends on the program, in certain counties it's relatively quick in others counties it takes months as they keep "reposting" positions if they dont like the applicants

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Only agency that pays once a month is dma

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The hiring process could take any where from one to six months. I ts, varies, upon a number of things like budget, background checks etc..

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It is not good, everything is done based on how long you've been employed and who you know. Word of mouth is how they handle promotions instead of doing things the professional way. Managemement will never admit to any wrong doing.

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