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If I remember correctly about a week and a half to 2 weeks. Waiting for the call back for my interview and waiting for the results of your drug test were the longest parts of the 2 weeks.
Filling out the Application, setting up the interview date, drug test, then hire date.

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It sucks you watch all the really well paid happy costco employees around you, but since you work for wireless advocates you feel like you're on an island which in a sense you are

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$8.25 for Wireless Sales Representative plus commission
$13 per hour for Wireless Manager who runs one location plus commission
$17.48 per for Wireless Manager who runs multiple locations plus commission only if you stores combined average 85% of performance

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I was not given an actual interview from this position to my conversion to full time. It was my performance on this and a previous contract that they based their offer of conversion to me.

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As I am a full time employee, I can only speak about my hours. I generally work between 7.5 and 8.5 hours per day. Between 37.5 and 40 hours per weeks.

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Interviewed once

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The benefits package is expensive but there are a ton of great options its one of the only ones in retail I'd heard that offered massage, acupuncture and chiropractic as a covered benefits. It however gets outrageous when you want to add a family member to it.

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Poor management, lacked support, very poor people practices.

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I felt at first really good but after the new kiosk manager tried to steal the sales it's one of those jobs I just want to forget about.

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