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I really enjoyed the schedule. It had long hours which included early mornings but there was no night shift. Some jobs had weekends off.
You are dealing with garbage and depending on your role you are dealing with the general public. They are not always reasonable to deal with.
Advice to Management
Continue to keep the schedules as family friendly as possible. It makes it easier to retain employees. Keep up the good work.
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Allied Waste Industries proves every day that one person's trash is another person's treasure. The US's second-largest waste-hauler, behind Waste Management, Allied Waste picks up the garbage of about 8 million residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Its vast collection, recycling, and landfill operations include a network of 291 collection companies, 161 transfer stations, 161 active landfills, and 53 recycling facilities in 124 markets in 37 states. Residential, commercial, and roll-off (dumpsters) collection accounts for about two-thirds of sales. Management...