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40 per year. If you are chronically ill and you have a doctor's note, they don't care. It's still an unexcused absence.

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Reward the good workers by steady wage increases to insure they stay, good workers are hard to come by and certain positions are very stressful and deffently needs
some help and accommodations.

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I applied online and got a call from a very friendly recruiter. She set up a phone interview and it was very easy.. From there she set up an interview at the lab with a supervisor...that too was great. He was very welcoming. All the ?? Were easy. Then the recruiter called back in a day or so to offer me a job. They do drug test and a background check and once you pass that you get a very nice welcoming email and a bunch of instructions. It was all a very positive experience.

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Hot weather all summer. Very strong odor from tomatoes juice.

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16 hours non exempt employee

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Do everthing you can to keep the hard workers especially the ones that follow the processes promote from within the knowledge your employees have will bring the company up to par instead of falling apart at the seems. They must have a fundamental platform for the process to keep it running smoothly and to accurately correct problems and train accordingly.

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You have a review every quarter to let you know where you stand or what you need to improve on. The down side you do get a raise once a year equal to cost of living increase, any where from 20 -50 cents depending how your reviews where the other quarters, but the plus side is you also get a bonus

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OK. Worked as a contractor so full time benefits did not apply

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