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6-14 for week 1
14-22 for week 2
22-6 for week 3
6 days a week
RIP sleep and free time

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Lazy, rude, impatient, half assed and rushed.

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Very productive and lots to learn time goes by fast and a workload is basically the same daily

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Just sign up to a temp agency. Doesn't matter if you're an obvious smack head, you'll get in no trouble as the turnover is too high for them to be picky.

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12hours or less

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Casual, slow, boring, not much to do. Culture wise its 90% polish with polish doing whatever they want.

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Can you drive a Forklift?
What's the most stressful job you have had?

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Standard DOT even if your not a truck driver

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They begin by asking for the 5 year vog which is normal enough. Then they demand you give all of your personal details and life story to a 3rd party company called validata. Validata will then call you asking about the job you had 10 years ago, then call the next day about why you didn't work for a few months 6 years ago, then call again asking if and when you have been receiving any unemployment benefit, then again to ask what kind of place you live in, then again to ask if you receive rent allowance. Extremely invasive to the point that I told them it was none of their business and now ignore their calls and mails. My agency, manpower, threatened to stop my work if I didn't comply but so far I am still working.

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Raise the pay. Get rid of the three week rotating shift because.. Whoever thought that up must have been high, its exhausting and blows any chance of wanting overtime. Our work place in the Netherlands is 95% polish, including the team leaders. Many don't speak English or Dutch. Favouritism is rife. The work is tedious. It's not worth working here and I can't wait to leave.

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