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J. Patrick O'Shaughnessy
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    Current Employee - Assistant Manager  in  Sidney, OH
    Current Employee - Assistant Manager in Sidney, OH

    I have been working at Advance America full-time for more than 3 years


    The daily work hours aren't too bad. Coworkers and customers become like family after a while. The Purpose card has good employee benefits. The benefits are a plus too.


    They expect too much of their employees without sufficient pay. A Full Time Assistant Manager should be able to afford to live on their own, I can't. The company doesn't care about their employees, only money. A job requirement is to have a vehicle for marketing or traveling to a different location if needed, but they only pay $0.25/mile. Also, there was a situation where my Area Manager told me to NOT follow policy and procedure in order to cash checks, I called my RDO and he promoted her! The dirtier you are, the better I guess?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Allow employees to actually have 40 hours a week! If you say you're going to look into a situation actually do it! Let managers run their store as they see fit! Also, before rolling out a product, actually know the product before doing so! And if you're going to ask so much of you're employees then the least you could do is provide better pay! After all they're getting plenty of money from their customers. One more thing: you should sell the write offs every so often. Collection calls are what take so long to do, which is preventing us from doing all the other daily tasks in a timely manner.

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