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Depends amount of time you have been there. Then you can have 10% of a department off per day. If on an experienced shift very hard to get days off in the summer.

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The company provides you a chance to go back to school , To advance into a career if you like, Increase stocks and in addition it provides with vision , dental, life insurances as well as vacations discounts and 401k

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40 plus is conidered full time.

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I don't know about the DC in Madison Alabama but at the stores in Illinois they don't give benefits.

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30 hours or more.

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It definitely varies by store and time of year. Time off has to be done at a minimum, two weeks in advance.

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Not as a part time seasonal employee

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After 90 days.

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