Cons: manipulative hiring pretend process, forced lunch breaks, 1 minute late (you get an occurrence), repetitive brain killing tasks
Day 1: Fill out paperwork
-wait a long time among many in a room full of people (3 Hours+)
- wait again to take a computer assessment/kindergarten like test
- Test: first grade math, noticing mistakes, matching, etc.
Day 2: Come in for open house interview / group interview (3 Hours +)
- HR pretends to be nice/pretends to care about people
- HR creates – more... sociable team interview (you really think the company cares about you, IT DOES NOT at all)
- HR just can't find enough people to work here due to poor conditions.
- Wait until you need to fill out more paperwork. No say in job choices, pay starts at $10/hour (HR does not negotiate)
Day 3: Come to work for your shift. All day group training. very boring. no stimulation intellectually, get more paperwork about how efficient you have to be everyday (85%, 98.85% errors, robot work).
- Most people don't even bother after day 1 or 2 showing up. Slave labor.
- Do research on A&F (CEO is very judgmental/discriminatory,hates fat people-don't wear his clothes) A&F lost 30% in profit
- Avoid 1st Shift. Starts around 5AM everyday! (make sure you are very efficient! Be a robot!) – less