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The person who interviewed me was very professional and answered all my questions fully. I was pleased with the process which was completed in only a few days and I was glad to be working so soon afterwards.

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Management at the Belmont Lowes store in NC drinks alcohol in her car during lunch break. She had two employees go get her aderall during work hours. She begged for more but they told her no the next time. After that one of the reps who said no. Started getting written up for many different things and was on thin ice for saying no.

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Yes, never disclosed if someone did say they had a criminal background or not when doing background checks and only if your a driver will they do a check

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Have a reliable transportation and not have any other job .

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I had an interview today and was told no visible tattoos, no piercings, and no unnaturally coloured hair. “Older customers don’t appreciate it.”

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They still getting people out of they money and hrs they didnt fire me they never put me back on a job after i complain about not bein paid and still cant get in contact with nobody

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Whether this job will work for you really depends on your current life situation. If you have open availability, you can be scheduled for more jobs. The work is not as back-breaking as working at Fedex. I should know -- I've worked there before. You will be moving a lot, but you won't have to lift 50-100 lb boxes. The worst thing you have to do here is climb a ladder to count merchandise on top shelves, or squat or get on your knees to count merchandise on lower shelves. You can make more money depending on your productivity, and you there are opportunities to move up with the company.

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I wasn't getting enough work hours and pay. I worked at least once or twice every 2 weeks. They got mad when I asked for a day off which I hardly ever did.

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No, more like 15-28 hours a week average.

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