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I enjoy talking to members and helping them, trying to make their life better at least when it comes to phones, however, I worry a lot about being turned away one day. Not because of my boss or his boss, but because of the MPS.

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It really depends on the place of work. Some places are only commission OR only hourly pay. Whichever is higher. Low-volume stores are hourly plus a percentage of commission.

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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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I would probably just remove the MPS and provide different accessories, different budget devices, and work with Costco to provide more options for colors on flagship devices.

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Working open to close alone for many days

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I'm a full-time employee. I typically work 5 days a week, but I also get off at 6 on weekends, as do many others.

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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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I used to take pride in trying to recruit people to the company until the MPS was introduced.

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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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