MoneyKey
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MoneyKey Employee Review

Not a long term career

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13 August 2019
Worked in Winnipeg location for 7 months. Paid 12.25 per hour. Serving broke people in USA (certain states only) . No proper management. Only learnt the work flow when I was put on the floor. Team leaders are the best part of the job. Very helpful and easy to talk to. This is job is a bridge make your expenses meet. Management push you hard to make loans
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Free Snacks
Cons
Bad pay for the stress of the job, bad management
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  1. Not a long term career