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The safety of our employees is important to True, we have a Business Continuity Plan that enables us to respond in weather and emergency situations. We have a team that monitors the weather and makes decisions based off of many factors such as road conditions and the forecast of further weather. If we feel that it is necessary to have a late start or early release we will make those decisions at that time. We also give our employees time off benefits that if they feel that they need to use PTO for weather or emergency situations they have the ability to use this time also.

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Right now you get like 8 days PTO upon start. It get increase every year.

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True is a successful company that has a long history of stability. Safety is important to us as well as making a quality product while meeting our customers demands. We focus on ensuring that everyone is trained appropriately by knowledgeable mentors. People build long lasting friendships with co-workers as there are many opportunities to get involved through company sponsored sports teams, team lunches, family fun day and many other events.

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Team member receive 3 DU days upon hire. These days can be used anytime within the first year without being scheduled in advance. These days are excused but unpaid. Additionally at 6 months team members receive 5 paid vacation days, these days must be scheduled in advance. Thank you for your question.

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Thank you for your inquiry. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

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Give atleast 15 minute breaks. maybe start earlier then 7:45PM so people can go home at 6:00AM. I would put chairs at work stations so people can get a legitimate break. it’s also not fair that someone that has to get 90 parts done can’t get it done in 10 hours but others can get a quantity number of #600 done in 8 hours. maybe provide some kind of award like a 5 minute break. something to show you care.

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Phone interview followed by a 1-1 interview if you made it that far

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Like it was the same thing over and over. Not much room for advancement

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Great if you have a chance to work here go for it

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