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Offer fair compensation to employees so that they are not so negative and depressed about work. This feeling feeds into the whole company's culture and atmosphere.

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Very few company perks. They started cutting things like gifts and lunches. Very low pay and poor benefits - the total compensation package is overall poor. Pretty much everyone wants to leave, unless they're older. So many people are constantly quitting. Overall, a very depressing and demoralizing atmosphere to work in.

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They want customer driven, friendly energetic people who want a long term career, not just a job. Be personable and friendly. be career oriented.

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The completed a criminal, credit background check and required a current driver's abstract. Took about a day.

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Branch - work on different shifts within your availability
Office - No flexible options unless you are a higher-up. Expect to punch in and out, even for your lunch like you are a shift worker and not a salary employee. You work set hours every day.

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In 20 years, the company will crash and burn. Talented employees leave on a monthly basis. Once all the older employees who are loyal start retiring, the company is doomed because younger people get in, get experience, and go find better jobs. Absolutely no plan for employee retention so I fail to see how the company plans to grow and thrive with the short-term strategy of paying low and constantly replacing people as they quit.

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They are cheap with pay but expect a high level of work and that you do a lot of work. Recipe for high stress. Not only will you be stressed about your workload, you'll also be stressed about paying the bills!

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They promise bonus but most never get it.

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Hours per week follow provincial guidelines for full time

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