You are always disposable as a Goodlife employee.
You can go work on time, in uniform, be passionate about your job, ready to work every shift, but you are no more valuable than the person who calls in sick every week and doesn't care about their job.
The harder you work doesn't equal job advancement. Job advancement is NOT based on job performance, availability or seniority but is based on the 'discretion' of the Manager.
Working hard at Goodlife means working until you are so burnt out and worn down, you finally get pushed out of a job.
That's why you see so may Goodlife jobs on Indeed.
HR also works hard at protecting management, so if you have any concerns, HR doesn't get you far, and you are safer and better off quitting.
That's why you see so many Goodlife jobs on indeed.