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Give the backbone of your company, the CSR's, bonuses.

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Iwish they didn't move to another state

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Great pay and good benefits. But you could get fired without any previous warnings or actions against you (but management is really great)
it's a bit like a soap opera, they talk about everyone behind their backs doing a horrible job of hiding it, and some, not all, are rude to customers. They don't like you to take regular 15 min breaks unless you're a smoker. Work is hard but if you're smart and a hard worker I would still go for the job, just watch your back and know you could be let go at any time.

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8 to 9. your quarantined 40, 45 to 50 if your lucky which doesn't happen often

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They are once a year but you have no ideal what it well be for.In California it does not keep up with inflation.

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Okay, didn't bother me to explain why i quit

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Look to the future by investing in a user friendly computer system. You will continue to have staffing issues until you join this millennium with your technology. I understand the older workforce doesn’t like it when things change, but you can’t hold onto the past and expect to grow with this technology in the future.

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-Move to another company to grow as a business person to capture new and exciting opportunities

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6 months. You are called. Then you set up for a phone interview. Then you meet your potential manager. Then you are interviewed by all of the other area managers.

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