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There will be positive growth for them. They are very strategic about who then hire and what clients they take on. They have a strong management team that is growing and becoming even stronger to support their team.

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If the profit goals for the company are met, a team member working 20 hours per week at the entry level pay of $12/hr can earn roughly an extra $500 per year and a team member work 40 hours per week at the entry level pay of $12/hr can earn roughly an extra $1000 per year.

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They asked questions during the interview process that I've never been asked before. One thing that surprised me was that they asked what I was looking for in a company and what I needed to succeed in a job. That showed me they cared about what I wanted and not just what they want. I also had a 2nd round interview that showed me exactly what I would be doing and answered any additional questions I had. I really liked that.

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The offer vacation after a year of employment and it starts at 1 week plus 6 holidays for the first two years and then on your 3rd year you get 2 weeks plus 6 holidays.

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After the initial application, you get a phone call the same day or next day to schedule an interview after being asked some qualifying questions. After the initial interview, you then have a functional interview where you get to view the facility, try on equipment, and meet your manager. From there they make a job offer if they want to move forward. After the job offer, you go through new hire paperwork, drug screen, background check, and orientation. The whole process takes about a week give or take based upon the person's availability.

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My old manager used to check in with me frequently, stop by to say hi, tell me positive and constructive feedback! And she brought me candy and thank you notes!
Since she left, I don’t hear from any managers unless they want me to work extra or to tell me constructive feedback. I get no more checks in just because , no positive feedback anymore .

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