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Put in the virtue of love which binds all together in perfect unity.

Answered May 27, 2020

Yes.
There is a pre-employment 10-panel drug test that will detect anti-anxiety and anti-depressant drugs along with the usual "street drugs".

Answered March 19, 2020

With the margins they pull in (some of the wines sold are 5 dollar bottles and people pay 40 or more) money will never be a problem. Labor will be the only issue. Right now they dont address cost of living and so in many stores they are shorthanded. This means more burn out. And since they dont reward those who shoulder the burden. Key employees are lost.balso the lack of advancement outside of management makes retention impossible. If a sales person is good then they should be kept in sales and paid more. Not forced to move into management to deal with emails and metrics.

Answered June 13, 2019

Not at the store level.
There is a position called "wine associate", but it doesn't require any wine knowledge to get.

Answered April 25, 2020

No.
This is just another retail job with night and weekend availability required.

Answered March 19, 2020

It is a 10-panel urine screen, so it will pick up any anti-depressants like Paxil and Lexapro and it will find anxiolytics like Xanax and Valium.

Answered April 25, 2020

Received a phone call about scheduling an interview.
Came in and interviewed with one of the Managers first and then was interviewed by the store manager right after.

Answered February 23, 2020

At the end I dreaded it. I liked quite a few of my coworkers but the managers were so unbearable. Too many employees didn't do their job so the bulk of the work fell on a few over-worked individuals.

Answered July 20, 2019
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