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It does depend on the department. For instance, Participant Communications requires several rounds: the recruiter's phone screening, the phone interview with a panel of managers (called round 1), and several in-person interviews (round 2). A candidate may interview with 12-13 people during the entire process, and it takes over a month to get everything scheduled because there are so many schedules to coordinate.

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So long as you are a non-exempt employee, you will be compensated for any overtime. You will usually get time and a half for any time you actually work over 40 hours.

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6-8 hours a day, 3 days a week

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Stop making superficial changes. Employees who feel respected and appreciated will give everything they can.

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You will have 2 interviews if you are considered. The interviews are behavioral style.

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Urine test.

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They know pretty quickly if they want you or not - if it's been a week, I'd keep looking

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Slow to fix problems, quick to write you up for looking at someone wrong.
As far as the actual work goes, it can be overwhelming. The systems have a deadline to work to every day so there is a feeling you have to get through it as fast as possible.

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Never an FTE

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TRP is a wonderful company. Dedicated employees. Too many egos in corporate though. They are stable and will go on.

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