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Because they give me full time but for me is 40 hours not 34 or 37 never I work less than 40hours before

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Hire older people and not sioooo many young and see how much profits go up.....Personality means a lot

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In just about all nyc stores it's completely fine if I'm not mistaken

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In Portland Maine there is no raise.

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Went through two interviews. One from Store STL and another from ATL. Were very welcoming and easy going while interview. Basic question asking.

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Weekly or biweekly

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You accrue paid time off as you build up your service hours. But you can also request unpaid days off at any time. As long as they are within reason (i.e. you're not asking for the same day off as three other people) any decent team leader will try to accomodate.

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Friday's bi-weekly

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They had a rating system that I thought was very unfair. Your coworkers rate you on your performance and the shift managers listen to them. They only give you 60 days they told me 90 days but lied. The management was also horrible.

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Get with the times. (I think Amazon is going to help a LOT with that) Promote people who have leadership ability, not because they took the necessary preq. courses (some people don't have leadership ability. Their strengths might be somewhere else) Hold people accountable, set clear expectations, and have leadership lead by example. Their standards should be above everyone elses, if they want the job done right.

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