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Free benefits. They pay for your health ins. And free gym membership also they have a lot of perks like free rampage tickets and stars tickets or VERY discounted spurs tickets. We're always getting free lunch catered to us. Major holidays off. It's honestly the best company I've ever worked for its kinda laid back. The managers or supervisors never look for you or micromanage you if your doing your job and doing it correctly. I'm a customer service associate (outbound) everyday I go in and my works already in my system so I just do the same thing all day everyday, take my breaks, take my lunch and leave at the end of the day. I don't talk to my supervisor everyday I talk to her maybe twice a week if that. Like I said if you just follow the rules nobody will ever have a reason to come looking for you and get on your case. Be advised though that attendance here is no joke. If you reach your max points that's it your out there's no excuses no exceptions. So watch your attendance!! Do not call in just because your sleepy cause all that adds up and doesn't fall off for a year!!!!!!!!!
Attendance: each time you call in its 1 occurrence and once you reach 9 your terminated. You cant be late either that's 1/2 an occurrence. They don't waive it for any reason besides bereavement not even if they send you home for being contagious. For me it's far to drive to lockehill Selma and 1604 everyday The break rooms are too small
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks – interviewed at SWBC (San Antonio, TX) in June 2015.
Found out about job fair from Facebook. Went with resume at 12:00 (it was from 10-7). There must have been about 100 people there. Apparently they had to bring in extra help to interview. Post had said they were hiring on the spot. After waiting two hours, finally called into a big room to interview (probably 29 tables in there with other interviews). Interview was about 30 minutes - went extremely well. I was given a choice of 2 positions with different responsibilities and pay. Recruiter said no reason not to proceed. Back to the main room and sat for another 39 minutes before being called into another room to take 2 assessment tests. Back to the main room for another 20 minutes. Finally called into a small room with about 6 other people only to be told the first training class was full, but they were making calls the next two weeks for July and August classes. Had I known, I would have been there when the doors opened! Regardless, got the call and offer this week for the July class!
- Challenging moments, strengths and weakness in last review at present job Answer Question
Negotiated at the interview for which position and pay scale I preferred. It was reiterated and confirmed upon the offer call that came in this week.