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We have different shifts depending on the department in which an employee works. Below are examples of weekly shifts:
- Five 8-hours
- Four 10-hours
- Three 12-hours

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We typically reach out to candidates with an initial telephone interview or two. Candidates may be invited to up to two personal interviews prior to receiving an offer of employment. During the first personal interview, candidates typically meet with the hiring manager. The second personal interview is generally conducted by a member of management and/or an HR representative. Occasionally, candidates are invited to come in for an additional interview prior to receiving an offer.

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Full-time employees accrue Paid Time Off (PTO) based on their scheduled hours. Typically:
- 0 to 3 years of employment: accrue up to 128 hours per year
- 3+ years of employment: accrue up to 168 hours per year
In addition to PTO, we typically provide up to 8.5 paid holidays.

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Less Chiefs, more Indians. Less meetings to discuss what is going to happen. Execution is key. Where can cost reduction really happen? Is popcorn really necessary every Friday? Trust those who are genuine not putting on a facade saying "Oh, this is Perfect".

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We typically base our interview questions around the talent and skills needed to succeed in the position as well as the cultural fit. Candidates can expect a conversation that will include past work history, behavioral and opinion-based questions.

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Happy to be part of a growing and successful company.

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I enjoyed working there! With poor management it necessary impossible

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